NYPD Officer Pleads Guilty in Attempted Westchester Murders

On Tuesday a New York City Police officer was seen in court for charges against him in an incident that took place in April 2014. 28-year old Brendan Cronin of Yonkers, was arrested last year for firing his weapon at two New Rochelle men in Mount Vernon. According to authorities the man was drinking after training at a shooting range and came across Robert Borelli and Joseph Felice while driving home. On Tuesday Cronin pleaded guilty to charges of attempted murder and first-degree assault, as well as a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated, for shooting into the vehicle at the two men 14 times, seriously injuring Felice, who was hit six times. Cronin will be sentenced on December 2 and faces nine years in prison following a plea deal accepted by his lawyer.

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