Second suspect acquitted in death of NYPD Detective Peter Figoski

NYPD Detective Peter Figoski was killed during a

NYPD Detective Peter Figoski was killed during a botched drug robbery in Brooklyn in 2011. (February 13, 2013 6:30 PM)

The man accused of driving the getaway car on the night that a celebrated NYPD officer was fatally shot has been acquitted of all charges. Michael Velez, 22, of Queens, was acquitted of two charges, burglary and second-degree murder. Prosecutors had said he was one of five men who took part in a botched robbery that ended with the death of officer Peter Figoski, a father of four from West Babylon....

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