Less than 48 hours after one of their own was shot and killed, Rochester, NY Police officers, both on and off-duty threw a B-B-Q party.
On Wednesday night, Rochester, NY Police officer Daryl Pierson was shot after he and his partner Michael DiPaola attempted to stop Thomas Johnson III, who according to Rochester Police was wanted for a parole violation.
Officer Pierson was pronounced dead at Rochester General Hospital an hour after being shot.
Friday afternoon, throngs of RPD cops and City of Rochester officials gathered at the Rochester, NY Police Locust Club, the RPD's union, located on Lexington Avenue, and devoured lobster tails, Alaskan king crabs, burgers and hots on the barbie.
Rochester Police officers and even a City of Rochester parking enforcement vehicle parked illegally on Colfax Street.
Some Rochester Police officers even showed off their muscle cars, while others held drinks, and shared laughs.
Be sure to check out the photos below of Rochester Police officer Thomas Rodriguez (white polo shirt) standing with other RPD officers oohing and ahhing over a blue and white Shelby Mustang.
Who paid for all this, you may ask.
Rochester, NY taxpayer dollars at work.
IS THE ROCHESTER, NY POLICE DEPARTMENT INVOLVED IN A COVERUP?
According to neighbors in the Hudson Avenue neighborhood where Rochester, NY Police officer Daryl Pierson was shot, RPD officials have threatened them if they come forward with what they are saying really happened.
That Rochester Police officer Daryl Pierson was shot and killed by his own partner, RPD officer Mike DiPaola.
Myself, I never believed Rochester Police Chief Michael Ciminelli's story.
Check out the photos below!
Rochester, NY Police Locust Club, 1425 Lexington Avenue in Rochester
Wait... A car show?
RPD cops even showed off their cars!
When taxpayers are paying the bill, they spare no expense!
Fresh lobster and crab catered by a seafood restaurant.
City of Rochester, NY parking enforcement vehicle and RPD cruiser illegally parked.
A city of Rochester, NY parking enforcement vehicle illegally parked.
As Rochester, NY Cops Mourn Loss of One of Their Own, Let's Remember Those Killed by Trigger-Happy RPD Cops.