1800 Pitkin Avenue in Brooklyn drew the attention of narcotics investigators after a was killed by a stray bullet while picking up her child from school.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Andrew Lopez, 18, confessed to the shooting death of Zurana Horton last Friday. Two others were also arrested in the deadly gun violence.
Zurana Horton died instantly when bullets hit her in the face and chest, but thanks to her, 11-year-old Cheanne McKnight was only shot in the cheek and arm.
“She didn’t even think. She stepped in front of those kids and she saved them and she didn’t deserve to die like that,” said Brownsville resident April Grant.
Zurana Horton, 34, was killed in crossfire Friday afternoon as she was picking up her child from P.S. 298 in Brownsville. Witnesses at the scene said the woman was pregnant. Another woman and 11-year-old girl were also hurt.
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