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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

State Plans Full Probe of Road-Rage Shooting Off-duty NYPD officer has been placed on administrative leave after incident

State Plans Full Probe of Road-Rage Shooting
Off-duty NYPD officer has been placed on administrative leave after incident
By Mark Morales — Wednesday, July 6th, 2016  ‘The Wall Street Journal’ / New York, NY

Officials for the New York state Attorney General’s office announced Tuesday they plan on going forward with a full investigation surrounding the circumstances that led an off-duty New York Police Department officer to allegedly shoot and kill a man in a road-rage incident, authorities said. 

Officials said they expected to execute a search warrant on Tuesday for the officer’s vehicle.

The officer, identified by a law-enforcement official as Wayne Isaacs, has been placed on administrative leave, standard procedure in cases where officers fire their service weapons, according to another law-enforcement official.

The move isn’t a disciplinary action, the official said. 

The incident took place early Monday morning near Atlantic Avenue and Bradford Street in Brooklyn, police said.

Mr. Isaacs was stopped on Atlantic and Bradford just after midnight when he was approached at his window by Delrawn Small, police said.

Mr. Small, 37 years old, believed the officer had cut him off as he was trying to turn onto Atlantic, according to a law-enforcement official. So Mr. Small followed him for seven blocks before exiting his car, running up to the officer and punching him through the open window, the official said.

Mr. Isaacs reached for his weapon and shot Mr. Small three times, hitting him in the shoulder and torso, police said. Mr. Small was declared dead at the scene.

The state attorney general’s special-investigations and prosecutions unit is examining the case, officials said.

Democratic Gov.  Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order last year requiring the attorney general to investigate and, if warranted, prosecute cases in which unarmed civilians are killed by law-enforcement officers.

Officials for the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, the union that represents Mr. Isaacs, declined to comment on the investigation.

The NYPD said it is deferring to the attorney general’s office.