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Charges dropped against rapper C-Blu accused of shooting NYPD officer

NEW YORK - Charges against rapper 16-year-old Camrin Williams, also known as C-Blu, have been dropped after he allegedly shot an NYPD officer, drawing outrage from multiple groups.Police say that in January, Williams allegedly shot an officer in the leg when the two struggled after he refused police orders.Williams was also on probation for a prior gun case.The officer has recovered from his wound.RELATED: Teen charged with shooting NYPD officer in the Bronx freed on bondOn Friday, the New York City Law Department announced that Williams could not be prosecuted, without providing further explanation. The decision drew a furious response from New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch."This absurd decision should outrage every New Yorker who wants to get illegal guns off our streets. There is no dispute that this individual was caught carrying an illegal gun for the second time.

If perps like this face absolutely no consequences, even after shooting a cop, we have to ask: why bother sending us out to get the guns at all?" Lynch said in a statement.Police Officer Kaseem Pennan was shot in a struggle with the teen in the Belmont section of the Bronx in January. Williams was released after the shooting when he posted $250,000 bond, reportedly using cash he had received from a record company. At the time, New York City Mayor Eric Adams condemned the release.Advertisement"New Yorkers should all be outraged that a repeat offender, accused of shooting at a police officer, is today walking free on bond because judges are precluded from even considering danger to the community, like every other state and our federal courts. It is further proof that our current system is failing us.

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NEW YORK - Charges against rapper 16-year-old Camrin Williams, also known as C-Blu, have been dropped after he allegedly shot an NYPD officer, drawing outrage from multiple groups.Police say that in January, Williams allegedly shot an officer in the leg when the two struggled after he refused police orders.Williams was also on probation for a prior gun case.The officer has recovered from his wound.RELATED: Teen charged with shooting NYPD officer in the Bronx freed on bondOn Friday, the New York City Law Department announced that Williams could not be prosecuted, without providing further explanation. The decision drew a furious response from New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch."This absurd decision should outrage every New Yorker who wants to get illegal guns off our streets. There is no dispute that this individual was caught carrying an illegal gun for the second time.
NEW YORK - The NYPD is investigating after a suspect reportedly opened fire on a New York City subway train on Sunday morning, shooting a man and killing him.The New York Post reports that a 46-year-old man was riding a northbound Q train that was pulling into the Canal Street station around 11:45 a.m. when he was shot in the chest by the suspect.The gunman fled the scene before police arrived.

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