Vigil held for slain correction officer

Law enforcement officers and community members joined Monday to mourn a correction officer gunned down in front of her mother's home.



As News 12 Brooklyn has reported, Alastasia Bryan, 25, was shot multiple times while sitting in her car on East 73rd Street and Avenue L in Flatlands Sunday night. Police say they believe the killer was waiting for her and sped off in another vehicle.



The New York City correction officiers union is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the whoever shot Bryan. 



Mourners held flickering candles in a show of support for Bryan's family. They also called for justice.



Police have not yet said whether Bryan was targeted due to her job as a correction officer.


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