Listen: Richmond Hill, NYPD And David Willis discussed on 24 Hour News
"The common. Virginia. If people are recovering from gunshot wounds after a fight outside a club in Richmond hill, the patrons are celebrating here at the rose lounge into the wee hours just before four AM what a fight broke out one of the men pulled out a gun and dozens of patrons stampeded to the street in front of eighty nine dash twenty-five one hundred and thirtieth street, then the man with the gun began firing hitting five people for women and one man none with life threatening injuries. According to NYPD chief, David Barrera victims range in age from twenty three to thirty five years old having been transported to area hospitals where they're being treated for non-life threatening injuries, some neighbors here say this isn't the first time shots were fired. And cops say they've now been here ten times since the club open. Drew, Scott ten ten wins. Richmond hill queens wins. News time to twenty four in Yonkers a suspected attempted murder suicide under investigation that left one person dead and two others wounded police say the three work correction officers to were in a relationship. One was an axe. They say the X broke into the home on Buckingham road where the couple. Were staying last night with one of their mothers, all three officers were armed and there were multiple shots fired. Police say the axe died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. He's identified as forty year old Edward Quesnoy of Tarrytown. At least one of the two wounded officers is in critical condition. The mother of the victim who was at the home not hurt. The NYPD is looking for the person who attacked an MTA employee who was cleaning a subway car in the Bronx this week, and they have identified a suspect say the victim was cleaning a five train at the dire avenue stationed in Morris park when twenty two year old David Willis came up to him and began punching him in the head repeatedly. It's not clear what the motive was. But police wanna find. Well, listen to put out a photo, but."