NYPD Officer Brendan Cronin arrested in Pelham Bay shooting

An NYPD officer who works in the Bronx has found himself on the other side of the law for his alleged role in a Westchester

Cops say the five-year NYPD veteran has been

Cops say the five-year NYPD veteran has been charged with assault and suspended without pay.

THE BRONX - An NYPD officer who works in the Bronx has found himself on the other side of the law for his alleged role in a Westchester County shooting. 

According to authorities, Officer Brendan Cronin fired his gun at least 13 times at a car sitting at a stoplight in Pelham Bay Tuesday night. 

They say a 47-year-old man was wounded, but is in stable condition at the hospital. 

Cronin, a five-year NYPD veteran, is being charged with first-degree assault. He has been suspended without pay. 

It remains unclear what led to the shooting.  

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