WPIX 11 News
April 14, 2011
NEW YORK (PIX11)— As the investigation continues into the shooting of Danroy “D.J.” Henry, the popular Pace University football player shot by police last year, a police union decided to give the “Officer of the Year” award to the man who gunned him down.
In response to the award, the victim’s family lashed out against the Pleasantville Police Benevolent Association, saying it wasn’t that much of a surprise.
“I’m glad the world gets to see the arrogance we’ve been dealing with since Oct. 17, from the district attorney’s office all the way to the Police Benevolent Association,” said Danroy Henry’s mother, Angella Henry, in a statement Tuesday.
The US Department of Justice is still investigating the circumstances surrounding the Oct. 17 fatal shooting of Henry who was killed outside a Thornwood bar. Officers on the scene claim the student drove his car into Police Officer Aaron Hess and another officer, prompting Hess to open fire.
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