Two fifty something Jamaica hood rats, 52-year-old Michael Myers and 53-year-old Brady Hollenquest prove the adage once a low-life hood rat, always a low-life hood rat, even after 50.
Both hood rats have criminal records and Michael Myers, not of Halloween fame, spent 22 years in prison for manslaughter. Guess he learned shit and now will return probably for the rest of his life. Well, at least that takes one hood rat (well two) off the streets, hopefully for good.
All of this over a double parked car, which is a major problem in Jamaica, but not one to lose your life over. It seemed that the victim, Noel Samuels, was also packing heat as well.
Excerpt from The Daily News:
Noel Samuels, 28, was summoned by a friend to the corner of 120th Ave. and 140th St. in South Jamaica at about 11 p.m. on May 27 after the buddy got into an argument with two ex-cons over a double-parked car, police said.
Samuels had a loaded gun in his waistband, but it didn’t save him — he was shot in the head, and died at Jamaica Hospital.
Damn, it is the wild wild west here in Jamaica where so many knuckleheads are packing and killing each other.
From Queens Courier:
UPDATE: Two neighbors arrested for fatally shooting a man in south Queens last month
UPDATED June 9, 9:45 a.m.
Detectives arrested two Queens men on Thursday for allegedly shooting and killing a 28-year-old man in South Jamaica over a double-parked car during the Memorial Day weekend last month, police reported.
The shooting was reported to police at 11 p.m. on May 27, and officers from the 113th Precinct responded to a 911 call of a male shot at the corner of 140th Street and 120th Avenue — a short distance from the suspects’ homes.
Upon arriving at the location, officers found Noel Samuels of 197th Street in Hollis with a gunshot wound to his head. Responding EMS units rushed the man to Jamaica Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.
According to the New York Daily News, Samuels was shot after getting into an argument with the two suspects over a double-parked vehicle.
The investigation eventually led detectives to Myers and Hollenquest, both of whom were charged on June 8 with second-degree murder and manslaughter. Hollenquest faces additional charges of criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of narcotics, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Both Myers and Hollenquest have prior arrest records, according to reports; Myers was released from prison in 2010 after serving 22 years for a 1988 manslaughter, while Hollenquest has three prior robbery convictions.