News 4 NYPD officers killed in the line of duty since December 2014 By AMNY.COM Updated December 20, 2015 9:54 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email It's been one year since two NYPD officers were gunned down execution-style in Bed-Stuy. Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were killed on Dec. 20, 2014 by Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who then shot himself in a nearby subway station. The NYPD has lost four of New York's Finest since December 2014: Liu, Ramos, Brian Moore and Randolph Holder. Scroll down to learn more about these four fallen officers. Oct. 20, 2015, Randolph Holder Photo Credit: NYPD Officer Randolph Holder, 33, was shot in the head on Oct. 20, 2015, as he responded to a call of shots fired and the theft of a bicycle, the NYPD said. He was pronounced dead at 10:22 p.m. at Harlem Hospital Center. Tyrone Howard, 30, was charged in connection with the fatal shooting. Authorities say Howard had been wanted in connection with a September gang-related shooting. Police Commissioner William Bratton said that the suspect was out of jail on a diversion program. Holder had been with the NYPD for five years and was assigned to the housing bureau. May 4, 2015, Brian Moore Photo Credit: NYPD Officer Brian Moore was in plainclothes when he was shot in the head in Queens Village on May 2, 2015, authorities say. He died two days later. Moore's partner, Erik Jansen, was not hurt. Demetrius Blackwell, 35, was charged in connection with the death of the 25-year-old officer, who had worked for the NYPD for five years. Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu: Died Dec. 20, 2014 Photo Credit: NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu, 32, and Rafael Ramos, 40, were shot execution-style by Ismaaiyl Brinsley. Brinsley called the NYPD "pigs" on Instagram, and posted "They take 1 of ours, let's take 2 of theirs" with the hashtag RIPEricGarner and RIPMikeBrown. After the shooting, Brinsley fled to a nearby subway station, where he then fatally shot himself in the head. In a press conference shortly after the shooting, de Blasio said, "Our city is in mourning." PBA President Pat Lynch, who had vocally criticized de Blasio's remarks after the Garner grand jury decision, slammed de Blasio after the shooting, saying that "there's blood on many hands tonight ... That blood on the hands starts on the steps of City Hall in the office of the mayor." By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.