Alleged Bronx cop-shooter Robert Williams still wants to draw more blue blood, threatening from his hospital bed to shoot more police upon his release, prosecutors revealed Monday at his arraignment.
“I’m going to shoot one of you when I get out,” Williams snarled to cops while laid up in Lincoln Hospital on Sunday, according to prosecutors.
Williams made the threat while recovering from injuries sustained during his bust for the second of two alleged attacks on NYPD officers in less than half-a-day, according to authorities.
Roughly a hundred NYPD cops packed the Bronx courtroom for the arraignment, glaring silently at the career criminal accused of trying to shoot dead their fellow Finest.
Wearing a gray hoodie and dark gray sweatpants, Williams kept his head down and uttered not a word as he was ordered held without bail, and charged with 13 counts of attempted murder.
Williams, 45, allegedly began his anti-cop rampage around 8:30 p.m. Saturday when he fired at two cops sitting inside a marked NYPD patrol van near the intersection of East 163rd and Fox streets, according to authorities.
Officer Paul Stroffolino was grazed on the neck and chin by bullets that nearly struck his carotid artery, while his partner was unharmed, according to officials.
Less than 12 hours later, Williams allegedly stormed into the 41st Precinct station-house on Longwood Avenue around 8 a.m. Sunday and opened fire with his 9mm SIG Sauer, hitting Lt. Jose Gautreaux in the upper left arm, authorities said.
Gautreaux returned fire, but missed Williams, who allegedly continued to unload on the cop-shop until he ran out of ammo and surrendered, according to police.
Both Stroffolino and Gautreaux were treated at Lincoln Hospital and released.
Williams has been described by NYPD officials as a “career criminal” whose lengthy police record includes a 2002 attempted murder conviction for a Bronx crime spree that ended with a shoot-out with cops.