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CrimeCops nab suspect in murder of Brooklyn man found dead atop trash pile

16:12  11 june  2019
16:12  11 june  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Cops nab suspect in murder of Brooklyn man found dead atop trash pile © Theodore Parisienne

Police have arrested a 21-year-old suspect they say killed a man found fatally shot atop a pile of trash on a Brooklyn street, police said Tuesday.

Darrien Weekes was arrested Monday and charged with murder and gun possession for shooting Malik Russell, 29, on Chauncey St. near Thomas S. Boyland St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant the morning of June 1. Members of the NYPD’s Brooklyn North Warrants Violent Felony Squad made the grab, cops said.

Detectives on Tuesday were still trying to determine why Weekes had targeted Russell.

Cops were brought to the scene after receiving an alert from the NYPD’s ShotSpotter system — a series of state-of-the-art microphones designed to pick up the sound of gunfire. Neighbors heard gunshots, but no one reported seeing a disagreement between Weekes and Russell or anyone fleeing the area.

Medics rushed Russell to Interfaith Hospital, where he died of his wounds.

Russell, shot in the chest, had just become the father of a baby boy, his family said.

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