Shawn Peace, Nabbed in Shooting of Cabbie Trevor Bell, Accused in 6 Other Holdups

Thug Shawn Peace, nabbed Tuesday in Buffalo by the NYPD for shooting cabbie Trevor Bell in Queens on December 3 and leaving him for dead, has been charged with six other holdups, says the Daily News.

Not saying he's guilty, but . . .

Peace, who served eight months in 2009 for robbery, may have pulled off at least half a dozen other holdups, police sources said. In each heist, Peace dressed in football gear, posing as a player who just left practice, prosecutors said.

The Daily News says he's accused of, among other things, robbing a McDonald's in Glen Oaks on July 15, shooting the manager of a Rosedale Popeyes, and sticking up a McDonald's in Springfield Gardens.

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