Brooklyn cop who killed man in 2016 road rage incident will face internal NYPD discipline trial

Officer Wayne Isaacs is still on the job after he fatally shot Delrawn Small while off-duty on July 4, 2016; an internal NYPD review determined Isaacs didn’t violate use-of-force rules in the slaying.

The killing, and Isaacs’ acquittal of murder and manslaughter charges in a November 2017 trial, left criminal reform justice advocates outraged, and Small’s family devastated.

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The NYPD will bring disciplinary charges against an officer who killed a man in a 2016 Brooklyn road rage incident — more than three years after a jury cleared the cop of criminal responsibility.

Officer Wayne Isaacs is still on the job after he fatally shot Delrawn Small while off-duty […]

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