[The Villager] Family of Kawaski Trawick Waiting for Justice Three Years After He Was Fatally Shot
The parents of Kawaski Trawick said Thursday that they are still waiting for “accountability” three years after their son was shot and killed by two NYPD officers.
The Trawick family appeared outside of One Police Plaza on Thursday afternoon alongside their attorney, as well as Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and Council Member Pierina Sanchez, to lament the lengthy court proceedings that they say continues to get delayed.
Ellen and Rickie Trawick had flown into the Big Apple on Oct. 20 from Georgia to reiterate their accusations against Police Officers Herbert Davis and Brendan Thompson, who shot their son in April of 2019. The couple alleges that the cops illegally entered their son’s home inside a Bronx supportive housing complex and shot him to death while he was cooking.