VILE: Vandals Slash NYPD Tires During Vigils for Murdered Cops

This photo combo of images provided by the New York City Police Department shows NYPD Officers Wilbert Mora, left, and Jason Rivera. The two officers were shot while answering a call about an argument between a woman and her adult son in the Harlem neighborhood of New York, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. (Courtesy of NYPD via AP)

The depths of depravity know no limits.

A number of NYPD vehicles had their tires slashed on Wednesday during a vigil being held in honor of two officers who were shot and killed in the Bronx.

Four NYPD patrol cars, an auxiliary van, and a police vehicle from Darien, Connecticut, had their tires slashed around 6:30 pm in Harlem, just a few steps away from a vigil being held at the NYPD’s 32nd Precinct station house.

The murdered cops, Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora, were shot on Friday while responding to a Bronx apartment for reports of a domestic dispute. A third officer shot the suspect, Lashawn McNeil, mortally wounding him.

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