The third police-involved shooting of the weekend occurred in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens last night around 8:30 p.m. The NYPD says two officers responding to a 911 call regarding a female stabbing victim were confronted by a 39-year-old old man who "lunged" at them with a pair of scissors, pictured above. The officers opened fire, shooting him in the hand and torso. EMS pronounced him DOA at the scene.

According to police, the man had stabbed a 38-year-old woman in the shoulder inside a second floor apartment at 60 Clarkson Avenue. NBC New York reports that EMS was already treating the woman when police arrived; that's when the suspect allegedly burst from a back room and charged the officers with scissors. The stabbing victim was taken to Kings County Hospital, where she is listed in stable condition. Both officers, meanwhile, were transported to Maimonides Hospital for tinnitus.

Earlier on Sunday, a 23-year-old man who was shot and wounded by an NYPD officer in East Harlem after he allegedly pointed a gun at police during a foot chase. The suspect, identified as 23-year-old Michael Schultz, has been charged with Attempted Assault on a Police Officer with a Deadly Weapon, Criminal Possession of a Weapon, and Menacing a Police Officer. Schultz is still hospitalized in critical but stable condition.

On Friday afternoon, a suspected UES pharmacy robber was shot dead by cops on a service road near the FDR. The suspect, Scott Kato, was quickly located by police because the pharmacist gave him a decoy bottle of pills containing a GPS tracking device. Police say the opened fire after Kato reached for a gun.