Friday, September 22, 2023
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Friday, September 22, 2023

Man Previously Convicted for Paralyzing NYPD Officer in Stolen Car Incident Arrested Again in Stolen Car Chase While on Bail




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A man who had served a mere 14-month sentence for dragging an NYPD detective with a stolen car, resulting in the officer’s paralysis, has been apprehended once more, Your Content has learned.

Justin Murrell, 20, led Port Authority officers on a pursuit involving another stolen vehicle at JFK Airport.

Remarkably, Murrell was out on bail for a separate car chase that occurred in May 2021, during which he had run a red light and crashed into three parked cars.

Both incidents bear a striking resemblance to the fateful event in June 2017 when Murrell’s actions left NYPD Detective Dalsh Veve permanently paralyzed and unable to communicate, confining him to a wheelchair, according to The Daily Mail.

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