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NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan and his wife Janet (Credit: Handout)

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan and his wife Janet of Garden City Park. Officer Brennan was shot in the head while on duty in Brooklyn on Jan. 31, 2012.

Kevin Brennan, NYPD officer from Garden City Park, shot in Brooklyn

Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was in critical but stable condition after being shot on Jan. 31, 2012, by a suspect in the East Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, authorities said. (Feb. 1, 2012)

Kevin Brennan, center, holds his daughter, Maeve, with
(Credit: Howard Schnapp)

Kevin Brennan, center, holds his daughter, Maeve, with his wife, Janet, by his side after he was released from the hospital and arrived home in Garden City Park. (Feb. 10, 2012)

Robert Masi, whose wife is the sister-in-law of
(Credit: James Escher)

Robert Masi, whose wife is the sister-in-law of NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan, speaks to media outside his home at 95 Second Street in New Hyde Park. (Feb. 1, 2012)

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan and his wife Janet
(Credit: Handout)

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan and his wife Janet of Garden City Park. Officer Brennan was shot in the head while on duty in Brooklyn on Jan. 31, 2012.

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NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan's infant daughter Maive.
(Credit: Handout)

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan's infant daughter Maive.

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan, 29, of Garden City
(Credit: NYPD)

NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan, 29, of Garden City Park, who was shot in the head while on duty in Brooklyn on Jan. 31, 2012.

A photo of the firearm that was recovered
(Credit: NYPD)

A photo of the firearm that was recovered by New York City Police Department officers at the scene of a shooting in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Officers said suspect Luis Ortiz used it to shoot Officer Kevin Brennan of Garden City Park. (Jan. 31, 2012)

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, speaking at
(Credit: Office of the Mayor)

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, speaking at a news conference, holds a jar containing the bullet he says was removed from officer Kevin Brennan's head. (Jan. 31, 2012)

Police search with flashlights outside an apartment complex
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police search with flashlights outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. (Feb. 1, 2012)

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Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. (Feb. 1, 2012)

Police conduct an investigation outside an apartment complex
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police conduct an investigation outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. (Jan. 31, 2012)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. Brennan, 29 and the father of an infant, is expected to recover from his injury. (Jan. 1, 2012)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn
(Credit: C.S. Muncy)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn after Kevin Brennan, an officer from Garden City Park, was shot. Brennan is being treated for his injury and is expected to recover. (Feb. 1, 2012)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin
(Credit: C.S. Muncy)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin Brennan, an officer from Garden City Park, was shot. (Feb. 1, 2012)

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NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin
(Credit: C.S. Muncy)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin Brennan, an officer from Garden City Park, was shot. The alleged shooter, Luis Ortiz, 21, of Brooklyn, was in custody Wednesday after his arrest at 390 Bushwick Ave. in the fifth-floor apartment of his uncle, a resident there. He had gone there to elude police after the shooting, authorities said. (Feb. 1, 2012)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin
(Credit: C.S. Muncy)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin Brennan, an officer from Garden City Park, was shot. Brennan, 29, who has an infant daughter, is expected to survive. "Thankfully tonight I think there's no reason to think her daddy won't be there to see her crawl for the first time -- and in good time, dance at her wedding," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday night about the officer's daughter. (Feb. 1, 2012)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin
(Credit: C.S. Muncy)

NYPD officers search 370 Bushwick Ave. after Kevin Brennan, an officer from Garden City Park, was shot. Police said Brennan, an anti-crime officer, along with two others, was in plainclothes and had responded to a public housing address Tuesday night at about 9 p.m. (Feb. 1, 2012)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the officer was conscious and talking although he was drowsy from pain medication. At one point, the officer told a nurse, "Don't touch me, it hurts," Bloomberg said. (Jan. 31, 2012)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Police outside an apartment complex near 370 Bushwick Ave. in Brooklyn, after Kevin Brennan, a New York City police officer from Garden City Park, was shot. NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said Brennan, 29, is expected to survive, calling him “one lucky young man" as he held up the bullet that had been removed from the right side of the base of the officer's skull. Brennan is a six-year veteran and a married father with an infant daughter. (Jan. 31, 2012)

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