An NYPD officer who works in the Bronx has found himself on the other side of the law for his alleged role in a Westchester County shooting.
According to authorities, Officer Brendan Cronin fired his gun at least 13 times at a car sitting at a stoplight in Pelham Bay Tuesday night.
They say a 47-year-old man was wounded, but is in stable condition at the hospital.
Cronin, a five-year NYPD veteran, is being charged with first-degree assault. He has been suspended without pay.
It remains unclear what led to the shooting.