Queen’s shooting spree on illegal scooter charges suspect with murder

Queen’s shooting spree 

In a shocking turn of events, the recent Queen’s shooting spree on an individual suspected of illegal scooter charges has sent shockwaves throughout the nation. This incident has ignited debates surrounding the appropriate use of force, the legality of self-defence, and the complexities of policing in modern society. 

As the public grapples with the ramifications, it is crucial to delve into the details surrounding the incident and explore the broader context that led to this unfortunate tragedy.

Queen’s Shooting Spree

Recently, a scooter-riding gunman tragically killed an 86-year-old man. He also wounded 3 other victims in a shooting spree across Brooklyn Queens, NYC

The suspect on a scooter reportedly shot a 21-year-old man in the shoulder near the intersection of Ashford Street and Arlington Avenue in Brooklyn, initiating the shootings around 11:10 a.m. Police stated that they brought the victim, in stable condition, to Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, and expect him to survive.

Seventeen minutes later, authorities discovered Hamoo Saeidi, 86, with a gunshot wound to his back in front of 108-19 Jamaica Avenue in the Richmond Hill section of Queens. Saeidi was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, and he later succumbed to his injuries.

A 44-year-old man sustained a gunshot wound to the face at Hillside Avenue and 126th Street at 11:35 a.m. Medical personnel rushed him to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in critical condition.

Just two minutes later, at Jamaica Avenue and 134th Street, someone shot a 63-year-old man in the right shoulder. Emergency services transported him to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in stable condition.

Queen’s Shooting Spree Suspect

Furthermore, Police took Thomas Abreu, 25, into custody on Sunday and charged him with:

  • murder,
  • attempted murder, 
  • and criminal possession of a weapon 

Moreover, They also recovered a 9 mm handgun with an extended magazine and a scooter.

In addition, Shortly afterwards in Queens, witnesses observed a man on a scooter. He was firing randomly into a group of people standing at the intersection of 108th Street and Jamaica Avenue. Fortunately, nobody sustained any injuries.

Further ahead, police also came across a sixth shooting accident. At 11:36 p.m. a 40-year-old man was shot. He was standing at the intersection of Jamaica Avenue and 131 Street when it happened. The suspect however fled the scene. 

Police Investigation

Though, the suspect fled the scene still NYPD Acting Police Commissioner Edward Caban called for a critical message. Hence, quite possibly the image of the suspect’s image was sent to the NYPD officer on the street. 

Fortunately, It helped officers from 103rd and 113th Precincts recognize and arrest the suspect in Queens just after 1 p.m.


 The Queen’s shooting spree on an individual suspected of illegal scooter charges has sparked a national conversation about the appropriate use of force, self-defence, and the challenges of policing in the face of a growing criminal trend. As the investigation into this tragic event continues, it is crucial for authorities, lawmakers, and the public to carefully consider the legal and ethical implications involved. 

Ultimately, the incident should serve as a catalyst for implementing effective measures to address the scooter epidemic while upholding the principles of justice and preserving public safety.



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