Per ABC 7:
Eyewitness News is told NYPD officers responded to a report of a man with a knife at 6:40 a.m.
One man was shot and taken to Bellevue Hospital with injuries described as non-life-threatening.
Will continue to update as more information becomes available.
Updated 7:50 a.m.
The incident reportedly occurred at the Healthy Greens Gourmet deli on the northwest corner...
BREAKING: NYPD investigating after sources say police shot a knife-wielding man who approached two officers inside a deli near East 10th and 3rd Ave. in #Manhattan this morning.— Spectrum News NY1 (@NY1) June 4, 2020
Details from NY1:
According to police, two officers were inside a deli when a man entered and got into a dispute with the clerk before pulling out a knife.
Police say officers ordered the man to drop the knife but he refused.
Police say officers then shot the man, hitting him once.
Updated 4:30 p.m.
A more complete picture of what happened is emerging. Here's the Post:
The officers walked into the Healthy Greens Gourmet on Third Avenue near East 10th Street around 6:40 a.m. when a 55-year-old man, holding a knife in his right hand, followed them inside, cops said.
The man then menaced the officers with the knife, prompting one of them to Tase him — but it did nothing to stop him, police said.
The suspect then got into a squabble with the store clerk, before making his way for the exit and shoving the second female officer on his way out, authorities said.
Outside of the store, he continued to motion toward his waistband and refused the officer’s repeated demands to stop advancing, cops said.
Several minutes before this encounter, the man was picked up on surveillance footage at Westside Market on Third Avenue at 12th Street taking a taking a bottled drink from the shop without paying for it.
A store manager said that the man "had been coming to the store for years and sometimes gets a bit agitated."
The Times has more of narrative here.
One of the officers tried to stop the man with a Taser, but the device did not work, according to a police department statement. The man shoved the second officer, and as he rushed outside, and she followed him. He was shot moments later, as he reached for a sheath on his belt, the police said.
“Once outside, the male continued to motion toward his waistband and refused the officer’s repeated demands to stop his aggressive advances,” a police summary of the incident said. “The officer, as well as an additional responding officer to the location, discharged their firearms and the suspect was struck in the arm and torso.”