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Jury Finds Man Guilty of Shooting NYPD Police Officer Randolph Holder

A NYPD Officer was killed in the line of duty. The 33 year old cop was shot dead during a chase.

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NYPD Officer Randolph Holder.

Photo by: Officer Down Memorial Page.

Nassau County, NY - March 6, 2017 - A NYPD Officer was killed in the line of duty. The 33 year old cop was shot dead during a chase. The jury came to a verdict against suspect Tyrone Howard today. He was charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of NYPD Detective Randolph Holder.

''The jury showed courage and made a proper  verdict in the name of law and order. Officer Holder was a fellow officer that dedicated his life to the residents of New York. My heart goes out to his family that had to suffer so long until today's announcement, that justice was served.''
-Statement by James Mcdermott, President of Nassau County Police PBA