A Brooklyn police officer was released from rehab Monday, nearly a year after he was critically injured during a traffic stop.
Dalsh Veve, 36, had been recovering at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in New Jersey.
Veve suffered brain damage during a car stop in East Flatbush on June 3.
He was questioning the people inside a stolen car when a teenage driver peeled off, dragging Veve over two blocks down Tilden Avenue.
The officer fired his gun twice before he was finally released from the car on East 53rd Street.
The driver was later charged as an adult with attempted murder.
The NYPD promoted Veve to detective in October.