Tuesday marks four years since Allan Feliz died following a traffic stop in the Norwood section when he was shot by an NYPD officer.
Still seeking justice on his behalf, three generations of family members gathered outside of City Hall Tuesday fighting back tears as they spoke of the four years of heartbreak they’ve lived through without their son, brother and father. They said seeing Sgt. Jonathan Rivera, the officer who shot him, fired from the police department would be a start to bringing them peace.
In October 2019, Allan Feliz was pulled over on Bainbridge Avenue for a seatbelt violation. They say they ran his driver's license and after seeing multiple active warrants, officer-worn body cameras captured a struggle between Feliz before he was fatally shot.