Officer Brendan Cronin pleads not guilty to randomly shooting victim in Westchester

A police officer in the Bronx accused of randomly shooting a man in Westchester pleaded not guilty today in White Plains Court.



Police say in April, Officer Brendan Cronin was drunk when he got out of his car at a stop light, walked over to another car and fired six rounds at the passenger.



Court documents say the 27-year-old told Pelham police officers that he had 10 beers and whiskeys before the incident.



He faces charges of attempted murder, assault and drunken driving.



 


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