City Honors Slain Correction Officer

City Honors Slain Correction Officer

Photo Courtesy of
Councilwoman Adams’s Office

Family, friends, and fellow Boldest gathered on Sunday at the intersection of 111th Street and Liberty Avenue as the City honored the life and work of Jonathan Narain by co-naming the corner “Correction Officer Jonathan Narain Way.”
Narain, 27, was gunned down in September 2018 at 120th Street and 103rd Avenue following an alleged road-rage incident. Gifford Hunter, 30, of St. Albans has been charged with second-degree murder in the incident.
City Councilwoman Adrienne Adams (D-Jamaica) called Sunday’s ceremony “a beautiful celebration of life.”



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