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Old 02-03-2012, 17:00   #1
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Another 9mm Gold Dot 124+P (one shot, one stop)

The incident began around 3 p.m. Thursday when a six-officer street narcotics team observed Graham and two cohorts make a drug deal at a bodega on East 228th Street.

Some members of the team radioed that they believed Graham was carrying a gun – and later radioed that they saw the butt of a gun in his waistband, Kelly said.

Graham ran with the others into a building at 728 East 229th Street. Then, when he came out, a witness said she heard two cops say “Stop! Police!”

Graham then ran into 749 East 229th St., where he lived with his family in a second floor apartment.

As three of the cops burst into that apartment, they saw Graham run from a bedroom to a bathroom.

According to Kelly’s account, as Graham tried to flush drugs down the toilet, one of the officers yelled: “Show me your hands! Show me your hands! Gun! Gun!”

That officer then fired at Graham with his service weapon, a 9mm Glock. The bullet struck Graham in the left clavicle. He was declared dead later at Montefiore Hospital.
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Old 02-03-2012, 20:49   #2
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Dying in a bathroom is no way to go through life, son.

/well, fatally-injured anyway
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Old 02-04-2012, 05:40   #3
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Hopefully his mellon ended up in the toilet.
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Old 02-04-2012, 10:59   #4
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How do you know the bullet was a 124-grain Gold Dot +P?

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Old 02-04-2012, 11:01   #5
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The incident began around 3 p.m. Thursday when a six-officer street narcotics team observed Graham and two cohorts make a drug deal at a bodega on East 228th Street.

Some members of the team radioed that they believed Graham was carrying a gun – and later radioed that they saw the butt of a gun in his waistband, Kelly said.

Graham ran with the others into a building at 728 East 229th Street. Then, when he came out, a witness said she heard two cops say “Stop! Police!”

Graham then ran into 749 East 229th St., where he lived with his family in a second floor apartment.

As three of the cops burst into that apartment, they saw Graham run from a bedroom to a bathroom.

According to Kelly’s account, as Graham tried to flush drugs down the toilet, one of the officers yelled: “Show me your hands! Show me your hands! Gun! Gun!”

That officer then fired at Graham with his service weapon, a 9mm Glock. The bullet struck Graham in the left clavicle. He was declared dead later at Montefiore Hospital.


He died from being shot in his collar bone ???
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Old 02-04-2012, 14:47   #6
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He died from being shot in his collar bone ???
It tickled his innards?

He thought it was a .45?


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Old 02-04-2012, 14:56   #7
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How do you know the bullet was a 124-grain Gold Dot +P?
That's the standard load for NYPD. If it were another department it could be something else.
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Old 02-04-2012, 14:58   #8
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He died from being shot in his collar bone ???
Probably hit an artery? Or deflected into his heart?
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That's the standard load for NYPD. If it were another department it could be something else.
I know the Speer 124-grain Gold Dot +P is the issue ammo for uniformed officers but is it the same issue ammo for undercover NYPD or do those officers have some discretion in weapons/ammo?
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Old 02-05-2012, 02:34   #10
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As the details read, it was a street narcotics unit, so it would be the official duty load that was used. These are the units going around observing hand to hands not the ones undercovers using a different alias. But, you are correct. U/C's have some discretion in the "funny guns" they are allowed to have. Since perps know what the police carry, it makes since to have U/C's carry guns that would be more likely found being carried in the street by the typical hood.
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As the details read, it was a street narcotics unit, so it would be the official duty load that was used.
Thanks, that's what I was wondering.
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