Jury: Men not guilty in Yonkers beating

An NYPD officer and two other men were found not guilty Monday of beating a man outside a Yonkers bar two years ago. Michael McGhee, a New York City police officer, Thomas Wimmer, a former police officer

News 12 Staff

May 19, 2009, 12:25 AM

Updated 5,489 days ago

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Jury: Men not guilty in Yonkers beating
An NYPD officer and two other men were found not guilty Monday of beating a man outside a Yonkers bar two years ago.
Michael McGhee, a New York City police officer, Thomas Wimmer, a former police officer and another man, Patrick Tully, were all accused of attacking a Yonkers man outside the Rockin Robbins Bar.
The prosecution argued that the victim was beaten so badly he lost sight in an eye where he had suffered a previous injury.
After a two-week trial in Yonkers City Court and less than two hours of deliberations, the jury said it didn't believe the prosecution proved its case.


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