At a news conference Thursday, First Deputy Police Commissioner Myron Patterson said homicide detectives have determined that Plowden was not connected to the Dec.
“We promise a very thorough investigation,” Kinebrew said.Both got out and repeatedly ordered Plowden, who had gotten out of the Hyundai, to show his hands, police spokesman Capt. Plowden had at least one hand in his jacket pocket while sitting on the sidewalk and did not heed the officers’ commands, he said. They just killed another little black kid, unarmed. It’s horrible.” Mc Coy said this is her second grandson to be slain over the last two years. 1, 2016, Plowden’s brother, Darryl, 20, was shot and killed in an unsolved homicide, she said. Most recently, she said, he was living with his wife, their 6-month-old son, and his two stepdaughters in the Oxford Circle area.That’s when one of the officers shot Plowden in the head, Kinebrew said. “They murdered my grandson like all the other black kids out here.” “I want justice for my grandson,” she said. Police said Darryl Plowden was shot on the 5700 block of Keystone Street in Wissinoming. Plowden was attending night school to get his high school diploma while taking care of his kids, including an 8-year-old daughter who lives with her mother, Mc Coy said. 10 trial on DUI charges stemming from an incident this year.“He was unarmed,” his grandmother Stacy Mc Coy said Friday in the living room of her West Oak Lane home.“They shot him like a godd—ed dog.” Plowden, 25, was shot by a plainclothes police officer on the sidewalk on Opal Street near Nedro Avenue on Wednesday night.