Police shot and wounded an enraged man who took his NYPD cop wife’s gun in Queens and pulled it on her early Tuesday — prompting the woman to jump out the window to escape, law enforcement sources said.
The officer — who works for the 101st Precinct — called 911 around 9 a.m., reporting that her husband was menacing her with her own loaded gun in a home at 130th Street and 133rd Avenue in Wakefield, the sources said.
“You committed adultery, you cheated on me,” the husband admonished his wife, while holding her at gunpoint, according to the sources.
“He’s pulled a gun on me,” the woman reportedly told the female dispatcher. “He will shoot.”
The woman also said that there were “multiple guns in the house,” the sources said.
At some point, the woman jumped out of a window in the home to escape, according to the sources.
The husband later fired at responding cops, prompting them to shoot back, striking him in the arm, the sources said. He was taken into custody.
No further information was immediately available.
“Please avoid the vicinity of 133 Avenue and 129 Street in Queens due to a police incident,” the NYPD tweeted around 10 a.m. “Expect heavy traffic and emergency vehicles in the area.”