July 6, 2017 | 1:00pm     


Slain NYPD cop’s grieving twins emerge from family home

By Lorena Mongelli and Bruce Golding

Slain NYPD officer Miosotis Familia's 12-year-old twins Peter and Delilah and leave their residence in the Bronx . Richard Harbus

Two of slain NYPD cop Miosotis Familia’s grieving kids emerged from their Bronx home Thursday morning amid preparations to bury their hero mom.

An unidentified woman escorted 12-year-old fraternal twins Peter and Delilah past reporters without comment shortly after 11 a.m.

Familia — who’s also survived by adult daughter Genesis, 20 — was shot in the back of the around 12:30 a.m. head while working in the rear of a police truck parked in a Bronx neighborhood wracked by a string of recent shootings.

Cowardly ex-con Alexander Bonds ran away, but was gunned down around the corner when he fired another shot at two cops racing to the scene.

A male bystander was accidentally wounded by a stray round fired during the exchange of gunfire.