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THE COURIER/Photo by Terence Cullen
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Darrell Fuller, the accused killer of a Nassau County cop and an innocent motorist, was taken from Jamaica Hospital to Nassau County.

Darrell Fuller, the suspect wanted in connection with killing a veteran Nassau County police officer and a civilian yesterday, was transferred from Jamaica Hospital to Nassau County for booking this afternoon.

Under guard of Nassau County Police and NYPD, Fuller appeared sluggish as he walked out of a side entrance of the hospital into a black car. Fuller, who police say shot himself yesterday following the deadly rampage, was in a yellow shirt and wearing a sling. Bloody bandages could be seen as he lazed into the car — a police officer on each side.

The charges Fuller faces in Mineola are unknown at this time.

 

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