An investigation of the Times Square pipe bombing has NYPD investigating one of their own. Although, Joseph Rodriguez, has not been charged, police
believe he planted the bomb after he finished his shift at the transit bureau.
Cops are now searching for clues in the apartment of one of their own that is the cop injured when it exploded.
Early Thursday morning, detectives and investigators left Joseph Rodriguez's apartment. They had been on the scene for more than eight hours.
Investigators pulled out bags of evidence out of his apartment including several pieces of computer equipment. They hoped to find clues to solve the
pipe bomb mystery in the subway.
Executing a search warrant, NYPD detectives and federal agents want to know what's inside transit cop Joseph Rodriguez's little Italy apartment.
They also searched his car.
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Hate to say it, but we are lucky. Look how easy it happened. That is not something to be taken lightly. Crowded subway on a weekenight in the middle
of NY. This means anyone carrying a backpack could walk in and...bang. There is no reassurance in the fact that it may have been a 'mentally
challenged' officer. The thought of someone we write off as crazy was able to detonate a bomb to begin with in amazing in itself. There should be a
NG in every entry and exit to the subways.
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