From the NY Post:
A cold-blooded ex-con killed one man and wounded another yesterday on a crowded Queens bus he was using to flee the scene of an earlier murder, police said.
Panicked riders surged toward the front of the Q111 bus in Jamaica when the gunfire erupted at 4 p.m. near a major transit hub.
Marvin Gilkes, 36, a student who worked at a nearby Home Depot, was hit in the back of the head and died instantly as he stood by the rear exit of the bus, talking on his cellphone, cops said.
Passenger Jojuan Lipsey, 29, a married dad of two, was struck in the face at the front of the bus and stumbled onto the sidewalk, officials said. He was rushed to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition.
Paranoid lunatic Damel Burton, 34 — newly released from prison after serving seven years behind bars for robbery — later told cops he killed Gilkes because “I didn’t like the way he was looking at me.”
Burton claimed he similarly targeted Lipsey “because he was staring” at him, sources said.
From the Daily News:
Police are chasing leads in the brutal assassination-style killing of a Queens man who was shot nine times early Saturday morning in Howard Beach.
Witnesses said gunmen in a dark-colored Lexus fired at the victim, a 29-year-old Hispanic male, as he tried to speed away from them in a white Acura sedan.
The victim, whose name has not yet been released by police, finally crashed into two parked cars at the corner of 155 Ave. and Huron St.
The shooters then approached the wrecked car on foot and shot the wounded driver again, said a witness who wouldn’t give his name.
The hunt is on for a man who brazenly opened fire on police in broad daylight on a Queens street.
Investigators say two officers were walking in Jackson Heights shortly before 4 p.m. Friday when they were told about a man acting suspiciously at 37th Road and 76th Street.
Police say the officers walked over and saw the man in the above surveillance video. He was wearing a fake beard, a hat and dark glasses.
When they asked him for ID, police say he pulled out a black revolver and fired twice before taking off down 77th Street.
The officers weren't hurt. They chased the man but did not find him.