Officers shot on the job honored by community

Two NYPD officers injured during a shootout while trying to arrest a suspect in Bed-Stuy received honors from the 81st Precinct Clergy and Community Council Tuesday.

Two NYPD officers injured during a shootout while trying to arrest a suspect in Bed-Stuy received honors from the 81st Precinct Clergy and Community Council Tuesday. (4/12/16)

BROOKLYN - Two NYPD officers injured during a shootout while trying to arrest a suspect in Bed-Stuy received honors from the 81st Precinct Clergy and Community Council Tuesday.

Officers Andrew Yurkiw and William Reddin were both injured after a foot chase led to a shootout with suspect Jamal Funes, police say.

They've both recovered, and Funes was arrested.

The ceremony ended with a reception where the officers were able to chat with neighborhood residents.

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