News NYPD detective shoots man in East Harlem who pointed gun at him and his partner, police say Police officers converge on East 102nd Street and 1st Avenue after a police-involved shooting around 8 p.m. in Manhattan on Tuesday night, June 9, 2015. Photo Credit: James Carbone By CANDICE RUUD / NEWSDAY firstname.lastname@example.org @CandiceRuud Updated June 10, 2015 6:21 AM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email An NYPD plainclothes detective shot and wounded a man in East Harlem Tuesday night after the suspect turned his gun on the detective and his partner, police said. The two detectives, assigned to the Special Victims Unit, were near East 101st Street and First Avenue at about 8 p.m., when they saw the gunman running south on First Avenue before shooting another man in the torso and leg, police said. The shooting victim, 21, then fled north on First Avenue with the suspect, 26, in pursuit, police said. The two detectives confronted the gunman, identified themselves as police officers and told him to drop his weapon, police said. The unidentified suspect pointed the gun at detectives instead, police said. One of the detectives fired two rounds, hitting the suspect in the torso. A .22-caliber semi-automatic pistol was recovered at the scene, police said. The suspect was taken to Harlem Hospital Center in stable condition, police said. The 21-year-old shooting victim brought himself to Metropolitan Hospital Center and also is listed in stable condition. Charges are pending, police said. By CANDICE RUUD / NEWSDAY email@example.com @CandiceRuud Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.