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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

[NYPD] Police Sgt. Chaparro gets 10 measly years for killing NYPD Officer Sonia Garcia

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Cop gets 10 years in Bay Shore fiancee's slaying
Victim Sonia Garcia, 27, was also with NYPD

Newsday
BY ERIK GERMAN erik.german@newsday.com
12:05 PM EST, February 25, 2009

A New York City police academy instructor was sentenced in Riverhead Wednesday to 10 years in prison for fatally shooting his fiancee.

Alexis Chaparro, 28, pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter, a crime that carries a maximum prison term of 25 years.

Chaparro had initially been charged with second-degree murder after police found Sonia Garcia, 27, also a New York Police Department officer, shot to death in the bedroom of the couple's Bay Shore home last year.

Prosecutors said Chaparro shot his fiancee, Sonia Garcia, 28, a mother of two girls from a previous relationship and a four-year veteran of the New York Police Department, in the chest on Sept. 29, 2007. He then called 911 and told police that he had heard a shot and found her dead.

"She's shot, she's bleeding. Oh my God! Jesus!" said Chaparro on a 911 tape played in court hearings earlier this year. "I'm trying to do CPR, I'm pumping her chest. . . Just get over here, please!"

When police questioned Chaparro, he first said he had not fired his service pistol, then said he did not remember firing it, a detective said in court during hearings in the case.

Police found only 15 rounds in Chaparro's Smith & Wesson service pistol, not the 16 rounds he insisted were there. Chaparro said he hadn't shot Garcia, while still saying he and Garcia were alone in the house, detectives said.

He was indicted nearly three months after the shooting.

Chaparro's lawyer William Keahon of Islandia has said that his client only remembers falling asleep the night his fiancee was shot and killed and that he had worried about burglars entering their home in the days leading up to her death.

Garcia's family has insisted that Chaparro was abusive and the likely killer.

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10 comments:

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  2. I SAY DAMN HIM INVOLVMENT WITH THE NYPD HIS ASS SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN THE MAXIMUM PENALTY THE LAW WOULD HAVE SEEN FIT

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  3. SHORT SENTENCE AND ITS OBVIOUSLY NOT BECAUSE HE IS A COP...

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    1. AnonymousJune 06, 2012

      THAT'S A STUPID COMMENT TO SAY.

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    2. I didn't even catch that. I will deleted that AWFUL comment.

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  5. That made no sense... just so you know.

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  6. iTs Ok. Im sure the boys in the Island will restore justice at least i pray Garcias vengance comes in that form. She look kind. Fucking maricon.

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  7. I hear Alexis Chapparo got out of jail on 7-13-16.

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