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Authorities said that around 3 p.m. on September 27, an 18-year-old man was shot 4 times after having a verbal dispute with one of the suspects.
Police say plainclothes officers were in the area on a routine patrol when they saw 30-year-old Jerry Benoit standing on the corner adjusting his waistband.
Police said the teenagers were approached by a man with a gun and shot near East 39th Street and Avenue J.
Shots rang out around 12:30 Sunday morning at the intersection of Nostrand Avenue and Fenimore Street. Police say it started over some sort of dispute.
The shooting happened just after 5am Sunday as gunfire erupted on Avenue W in Sheepshead Bay, according to police. Three people were hit and two of the victims, a man and woman, were killed.
The Brooklyn district attorney says 53-year-old Kings County Hospital worker Easton Royal falsified records to show he had been checking in on patients.
At 11 p.m., police responded to a 911 call of a man shot in front of 55 Linden Blvd. in the Flatbush section where officers found a 23-year-old black man shot in the torso.
Trevonne Winn, 24, was gunned down around 7:40 p.m. on Saturday outside a restaurant on Nostrand Avenue.
Candles were left on an East Flatbush sidewalk for Trevonne Winn, murdered on a spot far from home. Relatives said the 24-year-old from Red Hill, South Carolina, was in the area to visit his Aunt.
Investigators said Officer Anthony Pressley was already inside the auto repair shop waiting for his car to be fixed when armed men walked in.
An off-duty bridge and tunnel police officer is recovering in a Brooklyn hospital after being shot while breaking up an attempted robbery on Saturday night.
Three people are recovering from gunshot wounds as police continue to investigate a possible attempted robbery in Brooklyn on Saturday night.
Police said they responded to a 911 call at 2:25 a.m. about an assault at Fenimore Street and Rogers Avenue where police found the three stabbing victims.
A source familiar with the investigation told CBS 2 the victim was an attendant who worked at the site.
His relatives issued a statement Friday calling him a “compassionate, gentle, intelligent, spiritual and loving man” who was “not well” before Yanick Brea’s death Tuesday.