NYPD cop in fatal love triangle is quietly arrested by AG

The New York attorney general has filed murder charges against NYPD officer Yvonne Wu for the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend’s new lover, officials said.

Wu allegedly injured his ex-girlfriend Jenny Li and killed Li’s new girlfriend, Jamie Liang, in a shootout.

Wu, 31, was quietly brought to justice before Judge Joshua Glick before Judge Joshua Glick for second degree murder and attempted second degree murder, New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement Monday evening.

The cop is accused of shooting his 23-year-old ex, Jenny Li, and killing his new girlfriend, Jamie Liang, 24, last week at Li’s Brooklyn house.

Court documents on the charges were not immediately made available.

Wu, who has five years of work and works at the 72nd Police Station and lives in Staten Island, opened fire on the two after finding them inside Li’s house on 19th Avenue near 79th Street in Bensonhurst around 5 p.m. on October 13.

She remained outside and was “calm and collected” when police arrived, telling them that she had shot “someone” in the house, officials said at the time.

Jamie Liang, who died in the shooting.
Jamie Liang, who died in the shooting.
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Officials said Wu was under psychological observation at NYU Langone Hospital.


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