New York Lawsuit: Love Triangle Murder-Suicide In Hudson Valley
A lawsuit was filed after a love triangle led to a police officer and a Hudson Valley resident's death outside a popular restaurant.
On Mother's Day, Sunday, May 8, 2022, around 10:34 p.m., members of the Wallkill Police Department responded to a report of a shooting at the Middletown Buffalo Wild Wings located at 567 Route 211.
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Wilkins’ mother Helena Dow sued the NYPD this week, the New York Post reports.
The mother believes the NYPD shouldn't have allowed Armstead to have a gun because the police department should have known Armstead was suffering from mental health issues.
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"(Armstead was) “negligently permitted to take possession of his service handgun and three clips of ammunition (and) suffering from mental illness, was a known risk to engage in violence, and was psychologically and emotionally unfit to be a police officer,” the lawsuit alleges.
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