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A minor arrest in a Brooklyn nail salon and spun wildly out of hand Friday night for the leaving of a cop fighting for his life from the injuries to his head after the shooting death of a crazy T-shirt vendor, who would have punched him in the face with a chair, police said.
The injured officer, a 21-year veteran of the force whose name has not been released, remained in a medically induced coma on Friday night, authorities said.
The mayhem began at about 5:40 a.m., when a panhandler walked up and down the gold Mine to the nail salon on Mother Gaston Boulevard near Sutter Avenue in Brownsville, and began to urinate in the store.
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The NYPD veteran and his rookie partner happens to pass by in a store, and they were waved into the store to be disgusted workers.
However, if the two agents have been arrested for the alleged urinator which also had an open warrant for criminal mischief, a T-shirt shop outside of the store, burst in and confronted the officers, police said.
In the shop, as identified by sources such as Kwesi Ashun, 33, of Brooklyn, picked up a chair during the fight, and swung him in the head, as the veteran cop, the NYPD’s Chief of Patrol’s Rodney Harrison said.
The rookie officer zapped Ashun with a Taser during the melee, but it’s not slow in his attack, police said.
Thus, the veteran cop drew his gun, firing at the Ashun six times and hitting him at least once in the head, authorities said.
Medics responded and rushed the injured officer to Brookdale Hospital.
Ashun was pronounced dead at the scene, and the rookie agent was taken to Kings County Hospital to be treated for ringing in his ears.
“We had officers respond to a call for help from the public, and it was set to,” Pat Lynch, the head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, fumed at a news conference after the shooting.
“This is a police officer’s career are spent in our busiest shopping areas, to serve the community. He was there on the set. For no reason!” he added.
The residents of the area are described in the shot, man, as an attachment to the block, the company received from the sale of T-shirts.
State Assemblywoman Latrice Walker, happened to be walking in the vicinity of the store, the scene began to grow, and I was even contacted by the seller for the sale.
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“I was talking to him in the moments before it happened. He asked me if I would be interested in buying the T-shirts he was selling,” Walker told The Post.
“He was a quiet young man,” Walker said of the man who was to be killed. “He has been in the promotion of a company, and that he was trying to kick off.”
Ashun peddled T-shirts that he designed and hand-stitched herself, according to an Instagram page to promote her products.
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