Police say they've captured parolee who killed Queens gang member nicknamed "Shots Fired"
Added 09-11-19 07:25:02pm EST - “Members of the Regional Fugitive Task Force tracked down Tevin Jackson, 28, in Oyster Bay, L.I., on Tuesday, charging him in the Aug. 30 killing of Crips member Tyrell Rice, 29.” - Nydailynews.com
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An ex-con has been collared for the fatal shooting of a Queens gangbanger nicknamed “Shots Fired," authorities said Wednesday.
Members of the Regional Fugitive Task Force tracked down Tevin Jackson, 28, in Oyster Bay, L.I., on Tuesday, charging him in the Aug. 30 killing of Crips member Tyrell Rice, 29.
According to authorities, Rice was arguing with someone on Rockaway Blvd. near 134th St. in South Ozone Park , just a few steps from a storefront medical center, when Jackson shot him in the chest and ran off.
Rice had been arrested several times in the last decade for crimes including robbery, assault, drug possession and criminal possession of a machine gun in 2010, police sources said.
Jackson, who was sentenced to five years behind bars for robbery in 2010, was released on parole in April 2018, public records show.
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