NEW YORK -- New York City has lost its fourth police officer in 11 months. Thirty-three-year-old Officer Randolph Holder was killed last night during a gunfight and chase in Manhattan's East Harlem neighborhood. Holder was shot in the head. The suspected shooter was shot in the leg and is in custody.
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PHOTOS: NYPD officer shot in East Harlem
An NYPD officer was shot Tuesday night after he responded to shots fired and chased a suspect to a footbridge at the FDR Drive. (WABC Photo/ WABC)
OFFICER RANDOLPH HOLDER