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The logic of the ninth, and New York City police officer to die by suicide this year, says he warned the department about the guns to her brother, in his house, and that he would one day use them to kill himself.

Robert Echeverria, a 20-year NYPD veteran, shot himself at his Queens home last Wednesday, and was pronounced dead at a hospital. The 56-year-old’s death came a day after a police officer from the nearby Yonkers self to be killed.

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Echeverria, sister Eileen Echeverria, told the New York Post, she expressed her concern about the guns in her brother’s possession, of the department of the interior, Bureau of a e-mail will be sent the 11th of June.

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The department was involved with Echeverria, but for only a short time, according to his sister, who said that the guns were taken away but then returned a few days later with a doctor, in particular, the NYPD veteran was not a threat to himself or herself or to others.

“I told them,” My brother is going to kill himself, and the blood shall be to you,'” she told the Post. “For almost two months to the day my brother killed it, and now I’ve got to bury him.”

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In June, Police chief James O’neill, who described the increasing number of suicides among New York City police department as a “mental health crisis” and said that the deaths “can not be allowed to continue.”

The department, the NYPD’s union, the Police Benevolent Association, encouraged the officers, who may be thinking about suicide to seek help.

“When you’re on the edge of suicide, don’t f—ing do it. Come on, come on, it won’t solve anything, and leave desolation behind you. Just don’t do it,” PBA President Patrick Lynch said last week.

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He called on politicians to use the city’s officers, to stop the demonizing of them, and it can do more than what he has described as “a couple of tweets, and the mental health awareness fund.”

Echeverria’s sister, said her brother had long suffered from mental health problems. She said that the department of mental health and push it hasn’t helped much.

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“The NYPD’s destroyed my whole family. [They] don’t give a s—,” she said. “If they get on TV and say they care about the mental well-being, and they don’t give a s—. It’s a shame what they have done. They killed my brother.”

They are also called Mayor Bill de Blasio — who has invited the officers in to the need to reach out to for help, in spite of the signing of the public enforcement of the law during his term of office, — “a piece of s— a mayor who does not care about the police.”

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According to the Blue H. E. L. P.), a non-profit organization that tracks law enforcement people, at least 124 police officers have been put in by 2019.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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