Gunman who ‘ambushed a NYPD cop in a patrol car then shot a lieutenant at a police precinct hours later’ was recently RELEASED from jail and has a long rap sheet that includes attempted murder

Sunday, February 9, 2020
By Paul Martin

NYPD lieutenant Jose Gautreaux was shot in the arm on Sunday morning, the second incident of its kind in the Bronx in the space of just 12 hours
Footage shows a dozen cops respond and subdue the suspect around 8am
EMS requested a blood bank and were seen taking the victim out on a stretcher
The shooting was believed to carried out by the same suspect cops launched a hunt for after Saturday night’s shooting incident
Robert Williams – who was arrested on murder charges in 1992 and 2002 – was in custody shortly after the shooting
Another police officer is expected to survive after being shot in a patrol van in nearby on Saturday night
The suspect is said to have fired multiple rounds into the van occupied by officers Paul Stroffolino, 31, and Brian Hanlon, 33, before running away on foot
The incident occurred in the south Bronx on Simpson Street around 8.30pm

9 February 2020

An NYPD lieutenant has been shot in the arm inside a New York precinct and the suspect is believed to be responsible for two police-involved shootings in the Bronx borough in just 12 hours.

Robert Williams – who was arrested on murder charges in 1992 and 2002 – was taken into custody after he strolled into the 41st precinct and fired at Lt. Jose Gautreaux before 8am.

Police believe Robert Williams is responsible for the latest shooting and the one involving officers shot at in a patrol car just blocks away from the station on Saturday night.

He has a lengthy rap sheet and was paroled from prison in 2017 after an attempted murder conviction, Shea said.

Williams had only recently been released from custody on charges of heavy weapon possession and was due in court in the coming days.

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