Video shows arrest of NYPD cop after she allegedly shot ex, new lover

A new video shows an off-duty NYPD cop getting patted down and cuffed after allegedly shooting her ex-girlfriend and new lover in Brooklyn.

Yvonne Wu, who has five years on the job, fired on the duo around 5 p.m. Wednesday at the ex-girlfriend’s house on 19th Avenue near 79th Street in Bensonhurst, police and sources aid.

The video, taken by a neighbor, shows the 31-year-old officer next to a police cruiser as a uniformed cop searches her and puts her in the back of the car.

Wu was waiting for cops outside and admitted in a “calm and collected” that she shot “someone,” NYPD Assistant Chief Michael Kemper said at a press conference.

Police found Wu’s ex-girlfriend Jenny Li, 23, lying on the bedroom floor, shot in the torso, police said.

Yvonne Wu getting patted down at the scene of the shooting on Oct. 13, 2021.

Li’s new lover, Jamie Liang, 24, was shot once in the chest and was lying on the living room floor, police said.

EMS rushed the duo to Maimonides Medical Center, but Liang could not be saved.

Li was in serious but stable condition, according to cops.

Video shows Yvonne Wu getting patted down at the scene.
Wu was waiting for cops outside and admitted that she shot “someone,” NYPD Assistant Chief Michael Kemper said at a press conference.

The officer was taken into custody and was being evaluated at a local hospital.

Cops believe Wu was already in the home when Li and new beau arrived.