2008_09_nypd2.jpgTwo NYPD police officers were suspended without pay after allegations they beat an off-duty Long Beach firefighter over the weekend. According to Newsday, Douglas Rome, 25, and Jason Ragoo, 26, plus a third man, allegedly assaulted 32-year-old Brian McNamara, after he "objected when the men made a rude remark to [his 22-year-old] sister." McNamara ran away after they punched and kicked him, but the men followed him and beat him again. McNamara's sister helped the police find the assailants, who "were covered in blood." Rome and Ragoo, who work at the 101st Precinct in Far Rockaway, were charged with third-degree assault. McNamara was treated and released from a local hospital.