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A Russian-speaking cop detained a killer in the New York subway: this is not his first heroic act in the NYPD


Alina Prikhodko

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The NYPD employs many Russian-speaking immigrants. They are all trying to make life in New York safer. Recently, one of them detained a criminal in the subway, whom the police had put on the wanted list back in 2020.

Sergeants of the 34th Transit District and members of the RAOA (Rolling Anti-Crime Unit) Makaryan and Drazhin stopped a man for vaping in the subway. They soon learned that he was wanted for a sidewalk murder in Queens that he committed back in 2020. Now there is one less dangerous person in the subway.

Sergeant Artem Makaryan was born in Ukraine and grew up on Staten Island. He became a police officer to help people. He enjoys interacting with the community as a Neighborhood Coordination Officer. In his spare time, he enjoys playing softball like his partner and enjoys going to the beach.

On the subject: How a Russian immigrant became an NYPD detective

This is not the first such case in his practice. In 2016, as a simple officer, Artem Makaryan, together with his partner, Sergeant Kara Malham, helped deliver a child on the road. In such extreme conditions, thanks to their dedication and professionalism, a new New Yorker was born.

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