Three wounded in club shooting

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One person was dead and two others were wounded following an argument outside a neighborhood nightclub, police said Tuesday.

Cops from the 67th Precinct said that they responded to a call of shots fired on Clarkson Avenue near East 51st Street at 4:21 a.m. on November 3.

When they arrived at the scene, they found two men on the ground suffering from gunshot wounds.

Both men were rushed to Kings County Hospital where one of the victims, a 21-year-old who had been shot in the head, died of his injuries. The second man, 18, was listed in stable condition after being treated for a gunshot wound to the neck.

A few minutes later, a 26-year-old woman wounded in the same skirmish came into the hospital, suffering from a gunshot wound to her right arm.

Cops were still investigating the shooting as this paper went to press.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to come forward. Calls can be made to the NYPD CrimeStoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

A driver was taken into custody after he allegedly stopped and punched another driver in the face %u2013 right in front of a NYPD police chief, officials said.

According to published reports, Aron Dombroff, 26, was driving along Ocean Parkway in Ditmas Park when he got into a cat-and-mouse game with the other driver.

The two motorists reportedly swerved around, cursed and cut off each other at 2:30 p.m. on October 28 before Dombroff thought enough was enough, police alleged.

He allegedly blocked the other car with his Volvo, jumped out of his vehicle and attacked the other driver, never knowing that the police chief was watching.

Dombroff learned this fact soon enough when cops quickly arrived at the scene and charged him with reckless endangerment and assault, police said.

A thief trying to boost some food from an East Flatbush grocery store ended up fighting off three workers with his fists and a can of noxious chemicals, police alleged.

Officials said that Malik Delima, 19, entered EMJ Meat and Fruit on Church Avenue near East 95th Street at 4:42 p.m. on October 31 and started perusing the aisles.

When Delima allegedly grabbed up some meat and aspirin and made a bee-line for the door, three employees raced to stop him, officials were told.

Delima allegedly punched two of the men as he fought his way to the door. When that didn’t work he pulled out a canister and sprayed its contents into their faces, officials alleged.

Responding officers took Delima into custody without incident on charges of robbery in the first degree, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

None of the employees were seriously harmed, officials said.

A thief pulled a gun on two men on Clarendon Road only to have the gun pulled away from him, cops were told.

Officials alleged that Manouche Desir, 23, approached the two men near Flatbush Avenue just before midnight on October 31, pulled a revolver and demanded their money.

He had just taken some cash off one of his victims when the other man reached out and snatched the gun out of his hands, police alleged.

Desir allegedly ran off, only to be caught by cops from the 70th Precinct and charged with robbery a short time later.

The victims happily turned the gun over to the police when they arrived, officials said.

One of them is a light touch. The other isn’t.

That would aptly describe two women arrested last week during a shoplifting skirmish in an East Flatbush Duane Reade.

Workers told police that 28-year-old Sassoony Derameaux and 29-year-old Monifa Cox walked to the New York Avenue pharmacy together at 4 p.m. on October 31, but only Cox went inside.

Derameaux waited outside, pacing back and forth by the front door as Cox pinched clothes and cosmetics from store shelves and discreetly placed them in a bag she had with her, police alleged.

When Cox allegedly headed for the door with her loot, a manager ran up to stop her. That’s when Derameaux charged in and punched the manager in the face as she assisted Cox in her escape, officials alleged.

The two women were ultimately apprehended and charged with assault, petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, officials said.

A 16-year-old has been arrested in connection with a break-in at a Flatlands home, police said this week.

Officials said that they apprehended Neville Adams in connection with the looting of a home on Brooklyn Avenue near Avenue I on October 21.

The homeowner told police that she returned to her home that night to find that someone had removed a laptop computer, several pieces of jewelry, two iPods and a PlayStation 3.

After a week-long investigation, cops questioned Adams, who admitted to taking the property.

He was charged with burglary in the second degree, grand larceny and criminal trespass.

Cops are continuing to look for the male involved in the heated argument that ended in a man’s death in East Flatbush last month.

Cops said that they were called to an address near Snyder Avenue at 6:04 p.m. on October 17 when they found a 56-year-old man lying on the street.

The victim, who was later identified as Charles Bulze, had been shot twice in the torso. He was rushed to Kings County Hospital where he died of his injuries.

Police said that Bulze was gunned down in front of his house during an argument with another man.

As of this writing, cops didn’t have a suspect or a motive.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to come forward.

Calls can be made to the NYPD CrimeStoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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