‘How are they even on the force?’: NYPD cops allowed to keep jobs after not getting out of car before Brooklyn woman’s murder

Officers Wing Hong Lau and Wael Jaber drove to the home of victim Tonie Wells but never left their car the morning of Dec. 22, 2017, as temperatures hovered in the low 20s.

Wells, 22, had called 911 from her Crown Heights home saying her husband was acting odd. A neighbor called about a half hour later saying Wells victim was screaming, “He’s going to kill me.”

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Tonie Wells, 22, was found dead inside her apartment on Sterling Place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn on Dec. 27, 2017. (Facebook) Two NYPD cops who failed to get out of their patrol car while responding to a domestic violence incident involving a Brooklyn woman who was then murdered by […]


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