JUDGE'S QUEENS HOME SHOT UP
By JOE MOLLICA, MURRAY WEISS and LUKAS I. ALPERT, NY Post
A gunman opened fire at a the home of a Queens judge today in a shocking attack on the day the jurist was set to sell the property.
Acting Queens Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho's home in Oakland Gardens was empty when the gunman struck. No one was hurt.
At about 4 a.m., someone fired four shots at the two-story Cape Cod-style house. Three went through a wall into the dining room and one hit just below a bedroom window on the second floor, police said.
Cops recovered four shell casings beneath a car across the street, sources said.
Camacho, 47, was in Montauk with his family at the time.
Camacho had put the house up for sale for $799,000. The deal was set to close today, police said.
As a handyman worked to patch the holes in the façade of the house, Camacho left to complete the sale.
"I'm all right," he said. "I appreciate your concern but I really cannot say anything right now."
Camacho primarily handles domestic violence and matrimonial cases.
Investigators initially looked to see if the judge had received any threats related to a case he handled, but could find none. They were also looking into the possibility that the wrong house was targeted.