Yeah, I know it is not big deal when one criminal element kills another some say, one less dangerous person around. And while I agree with that to an extent, it is too easily for innocent bystanders to get shot, plus the fact that these individuals engage in bad behavior in the community from drug dealing on corners and robberies to shootings and killings and hold this community hostage with their behavior.
The victim, Niheen Donigan, 36, back in 2001 shot and killed Aswald Walker from Jamaica just one mile from the spot that Donigan meet his maker. This spot, 109th Ave & Merrick is a notorious area for ghetto bullshit, especially drugs and there have been several shootings in that area. The block on the west side is where you will find the corner deli, 24/7 selling drugs at this spot and all along Merrick to the end of the block, which has your typical ghetto bullshit such as a crappy dirty Chinese take-out, wireless phone store, liquor store and another dirty deli. Just one long block of individuals with not a damn thing to do but play gang banger in the continuous sage of SHOT IN JAMAICA QUEENS. Now how many shootings and killing does this make just this year, well over 15.
Ironic this hot spot for bad behavior is just a few blocks from Rev Flakes Money Kingdom Greater Allen AME. Yep, FUCKING IRONIC. I still do not know why they don’t shut down that notorious deli (and several others like it) and put an end to constant loitering by men whose only purpose in life is to hang out in front of delis and corner as opposed to being real men and working a damn job.
Man Shot to Death on Jamaica Corner, Police Say
Niheen Donigan, 36, was shot to death on the corner of 109th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard, police said.View Full Caption
JAMAICA — A man was found shot to death on a Jamaica street corner early Sunday morning, police said.
Niheen Donigan, 36, was found by police at the corner of 109th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard about 2:15 a.m. Sunday, with a gunshot would to the head, the NYPD said.
He was rushed to Jamaica Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, according to police.
There have been no arrests, and the investigation is ongoing, police said.
Niheen Donigan, 36, was shot to death on the corner of 109th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard. Photo from Facebook
Paramedics rushed Donigan to Jamaica Hospital, where he died from his wounds.
Donigan had a long history with crime and violence, police said.
On April 14, 2001, Donigan fatally shot Aswald Walker, 28, in Jamaica — about a mile from where he was killed.
Police arrested Donigan about five weeks later after tracking him down at his cousin’s Massapequa home on May 23. He barricaded himself inside and held a five-hour-long standoff with cops, but was ultimately arrested and charged with murder.
Donigan served nearly 10 years at Wallkill Correctional Facility before being paroled in July 6, 2012 with five years of post-release supervision.
Sunday’s mayhem began in Harlem, where an unidentified suspect shot a 20-year-old woman in the buttocks inside the lobby of the Drew Hamilton Houses on W. 143rd St. around 1:15 a.m., cops said.
Emergency responders took her to New York-Presbyterian Columbia Hospital. She is in stable condition.
Later, a gunman blasted three men outside an apartment building in the Bronx, authorities said.
The shooter fired at the people — two teenage boys and a 20-year-old man — on W. 165th St. near Woodycrest Ave. in Highbridge around 2:45 a.m., cops said.
The youngest victim, just 15 years old, was struck in the right leg. A 17-year-old was hit in the chest and the oldest victim was shot in the back, police said.
The trio was taken to Lincoln Hospital, where officials said they are expected to survive.
On the Lower East Side, a shooter wounded another three men when an argument turned violent just after 6 a.m., authorities said.
The suspect sprayed bullets on Ridge St. near Stanton St., hitting a 25- and 35-year-old in the leg, and a 23-year-old in the leg and stomach.
“I heard five shots, really loud,” said Johnny, who witnessed the shooting and declined to give his last name. “It looked like three guys got hit, and taken away in an ambulance.”
The three men were taken to Bellevue Hospital, and are in stable condition.
“I was out here about five hours ago, and the same guys were fighting down the street,” the witness said. “One guy got punched in the face pretty hard.”
“I see them around all the time. They’re all kids from the neighborhood,” he added.
There were no arrests in any of the shootings, police said Sunday morning.