The Latest on the off-duty New York City police officer accused of striking pedestrians in his SUV (all times local):

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7:15 p.m.

Police say an off-duty New York City police officer has been arrested on charges including manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated after his SUV struck four pedestrians in Brooklyn, killing one of them.

Authorities say 28-year-old Nicholas Batka lost control of his vehicle at 3 a.m. Saturday and it mounted a sidewalk, hitting four people.

Police spokesman Officer Brian Magoolaghan says Batka has worked 1½ years in the New York Police Department Transit Bureau Manhattan task force. He says Batka has been suspended from the department. It was not immediately clear who will represent him in court.

Police say Batka's vehicle hit two men and two women. A 21-year-old man was pronounced dead at Bellevue Hospital. His name was not immediately released. The other three victims are in stable condition.

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11:30 a.m.

Police say at least one person has been killed after an off-duty police officer's SUV struck four pedestrians in Brooklyn.

Authorities say 28-year-old Nicholas Batka lost control of his vehicle and it mounted the sidewalk, striking four pedestrians. Batka faces driving-while-intoxicated charges after the accident at 3 a.m. Saturday.

Police spokesman Officer Brian Magoolaghan said Batka has worked 1½ years in the New York Police Department Transit Bureau Manhattan task force. He said Batka has been suspended and remains in custody. It was not immediately clear who will represent him in court.

Magoolaghan said two women and two men, all believed to be in their 20s, were struck. Police say a man at Bellevue Hospital was dead while at least one other person was seriously injured.