From the Daily News:
A young Queens woman was killed by a party crasher who fired shots through a closed door after she helped toss him from the bash Sunday, cops and her family said.
Police announced the arrest of the suspected murderer early Monday.
The victim, Avalisa Morris, 26, had planned the surprise party in St. Albans for a close friend's birthday. She spent all day Saturday cooking Caribbean food for the special occasion, her stunned family said.
The man who crashed the party at a two-story home on 119th Road came to see a female guest over a previous dispute, police and Morris' family said.
O'neil Mairs, 23, of Springfield Gardens, Queens, was kicked out and had a basement door locked behind him shortly before 4:30 a.m. Morris was the one who made sure he and others involved in the argument didn't get back inside.
Furious over getting the boot, Mairs ruthlessly fired at least two rounds through the closed door, cops said. Morris was hit in the head and the abdomen, police said. She fell to the floor and died.