Ex-NY cop shot; wife, current officer, is held
BY LUIS PEREZ. STAFF WRITER
Copyright 2006 Newsday, Inc.
A retired city police officer sitting in his car in Brooklyn early yesterday was shot and seriously wounded by his wife, an active city officer who drove up to her husband's car and fired a barrage of bullets, officials said.
Todd Jamison, 43, who retired in January 2005 from a Community Affairs post at Brooklyn's 70th precinct, was sitting in his red late-model Mercedes-Benz at Van Siclen Avenue near Linden Boulevard in East New York at 10 a.m. He had stopped on the way to a nearby bank, officials said.
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