May 22, 2015
Gentleman Who Shouted Profanities at Police in Court, Sentenced To Multiple Life Sentences For Shooting Four NYPD Officers
Judge Neil Firetog sentenced him to 25 to life on two counts of aggravated assault and 20 to life on three counts of attempted aggravated assault, all to run consecutively.
He also received 20 to life on multiple counts of criminal possession of a weapon and one year on a menacing charge.
The terrifying chain of events began when Foxworth, 36, became furious with movers at his Sheepshead Bay apartment building, as he, his pregnant girlfriend and their stroller-bound baby arrived home.
The mad man pulled a gun on one of the movers and threatened him, before retreating to his sixth-floor apartment to barricade himself, his girlfriend and the child and load a cache of weapons in anticipation of a police shootout.
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The officers all miraculously survived thanks to [NYPD Det.] Ayala — who took bullets to the thigh and ankle but fiercely held onto the cops’ bulletproof shield to protect them.
Ayala thanked the judge before leaving.
Last month, Foxworth told a courtroom full of cops to “suck my d—k” as he was convicted of aggravated assault, attempted aggravated assault and other related charges but acquitted of multiple counts of attempted murder.
Man who shot 4 NYPD cops grins at 110-year prison sentence
By Lia Eustachewich
New York Post
May 21, 2015 | 2:03pm