A Heat Wave, a Crime Wave
As mentioned on the newspaper front page in Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing," while Bed-Stuy burned in the 1989 summer heat, it looks like a helter swelter out there. And it's a damn bloody one.
comes to us from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where, unfortunately, a majority of these deaths occurred. When a passerby realized that Valentino Fashion on Fifth Avenue was still open with the lights on way past its closing time, the spectator called the police to investigate. Soon after, Mohamed Gebeli was found dead in his own store, with a bullet wound in his neck. As of now, cops are unsure as to what the motive was behind Gebeli's death.
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