Those highs and lows have helped Zarrilli in her current role — instructing future classes of ESU cops, with her latest crop graduating Wednesday.
As a young girl growing up in the West Brighton section of Staten Island, Zarrilli always wanted to be a cop.
“I come from a family full of police officers. My father was a New York City detective and my oldest brother is a retired lieutenant,” she said proudly.
“Emergency Service and the Police Department is something I not only grew up with but knew I was going to do from a very young age.”
A man who murdered a rival in the Bronx had been arrested 90 times in the past for crime such as selling drugs and forgery, cops said.
A New Jersey jury deliberating in the first trial for the fatal 2013 mall shooting wants to know whether someone can be convicted of murder just by being there
Court officers have been told not to tangle with federal immigration agents — unlike the NYPD cops who are under orders to keep the feds off schools grounds