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Brooklyn Man Gets 9.5 Years For Shooting at Marked Police Car

Woolridge, 28, fired at the police car during an altercation with a 23-year-old man.

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced on Thursday that a Brooklyn man has been sentenced to just under a decade in prison for opening fire in Brownsville and striking a marked police car that was on patrol. In a press release regarding the sentencing, Gonzalez said the “NYPD detective was spared more serious injuries when this defendant fired a barrage of approximately nine rounds in broad daylight.” The defendant, Jah-Mike Woolridge, 28, is a Brownsville resident. Woolridge pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted assault on Jan. 10. Click here to read more on