NYPD Seeks Public’s Help in Identification of Officer Alastasia Bryan’s Murderer
Officer Alastasia Bryan, Thank You For Your Service
New York City – Fallen Hero New York Corrections Officer Alastasia Bryan, age 25, was murdered on Sunday, December 4th. She was born on September 3, 1991.
According to news sources, NYC Officer Alastasia “Stacey” J. Bryan’s first visitation/wake will be held on Monday, December 12th from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., at First AME Zion Church, 54 MacDonough St., Brooklyn. Her funeral service/homegoing will be held on Tuesday December 13th, at 10 a.m., also at First AME Zion Church in Brooklyn. Officer Bryan will then be interred and laid to rest after her service, at Canarsie Cemetery, 1370 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn.
New York Corrections Officer # 5510 Alastasia Bryan was executed last Sunday night as she sat in her parked car at Avenue L and East 73rd St. in Flatlands, in front of her mother’s home, while waiting to go to work her shift at Rikers. In a video released by police, a suspect is seen walking up to the driver’s side of her vehicle, firing several shots at Officer Bryan, and fleeing in a dark-colored four-door vehicle, perhaps a Honda Civic or a Hyundai Elantra. She was off-duty at the time, and was struck by gunfire from the unknown assailant in her head and torso. NYC Officer Bryan was a recent Academy graduate and had been visiting family and friends in the neighborhood. She was a resident of Brooklyn.
The NYPD has released photos from the surveillance video of the attacker who murdered Officer Bryan, a second suspect who stayed with the vehicle, and the vehicle. The agency is asking the public for help in identifying the two suspects and the vehicle. Anyone with information is urged to call 911, the NYPD, or the.NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.
According to an unconfirmed source, airline Jet Blue has offered free transportation for two officers from any law enforcement agency to be able to attend NYC Officer Alastasia Bryan’s funeral. This information is unconfirmed and Jet Blue would need to be contacted directly for further information.
We thank you for your service, NYC Officer Alastasia Bryan. Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Bryan’s family and blue family.
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