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Updated 2 hours ago M ore than one police officer at the scene of the fatal shooting of Pace University student Danroy Henry Jr. fired at the car, but one officer was shooting at the cop, not at the man behind the wheel, according to a witness
N.Y. (AP) — Passengers riding in the car in which a college football player was fatally shot by a New York police officer both mentioned that condensation made it difficult to see out the windshield. It's not clear if the
N.Y. (AP) — Almost all the evidence gathered in the fatal police shooting of a college football player can be made public, a federal judge ruled Thursday. A lawyer who represents the student's family said immediately afterward
The parents of a college football player have sued the policeman who shot and killed him, calling the shooting an "unconscionable use of force." In a complaint filed Wednesday in federal court, Danroy Henry Sr. and Angella Henry of Easton, Mass.,
The parents of a college football player from Massachusetts who was killed by a suburban New York policeman are taking the case to federal court. Danroy Henry Sr. and Angella Henry said Tuesday that a civil rights lawsuit would be filed Wednesday.
A police union has given its Officer of the Year award to the policeman who shot and killed a college football player during a disturbance in the New York City suburbs. Parents of the student, 20-year-old Danroy Henry Jr., of Easton, Mass., called
The parents of a Pace University football player shot to death by a police officer last year said Tuesday they are not surprised that a grand jury refused to indict the officer, as they believe the jurors heard faulty evidence. "The presentation of
Updated 5 minutes ago Text size The Easton family of Danroy D.J...New York grand jury brought no charges against a police officer who fatally shot the popular Pace University football player...For them, the tragedy is that he could be treated so
N.Y. (AP) — A grand jury determined Monday that a police officer did not commit a crime when he shot and killed a college football player through the windshield of the student's car. Westchester County District Attorney Janet
A New York grand jury has found there was no crime in the police killing of a college football player. The Westchester County district attorney said Monday jurors found no reasonable cause for an indictment in the death of 20-year-old Danroy Henry Jr.