NYPD officer indicted in Brooklyn shooting allegedly fueled by road rage
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WPIX - "The beating allegedly continued despite Isaacs identifying himself as an NYPD officer. He then pulled his gun and shot Smalls at least three times."

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- (WPIX) -- NYPD officer Wayne Isaacs has been indicted for the July shooting death of Delrawn Small, according to Small family attorney Sanford Rubenstein.

"This is the first indictment of a police officer for the killing of an unarmed civilian as a result of Gov. Cuomo executive order," Rubenstein said in a news release.

The Small family filed a $25 million wrongful death lawsuit against the city, according to court documents.

The NYPD said Isaacs will be suspended pending disposition of his court case.

Isaacs shot Small in an alleged act of road rage on July 4, 2016. Isaacs was off-duty.

The two men began to argue as they drove in separate cars along Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills.

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