Police: Corey Brown charged in Bed-Stuy shooting death of Nicoleia Taylor
BROOKLYN - Police have a man in custody who is believed to be the shooter who killed a young mother in Bed-Stuy with a stray bullet.
According to authorities, 21-year-old Corey Brown shot and killed Nicoleia Taylor in broad daylight on Dekalb Avenue on Oct 1.
The 24-year-old woman was visiting family at the Lafayette Gardens housing complex at the time of the shooting.
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Police say they identified Brown as a suspect immediately after the shooting. Authorities tracked him down in Connecticut this past week and took him into custody.
Brown has been charged with second-degree murder.
Allen Shaw, 34, has also been charged with criminal possession of a weapon in connection to the case. Police believe Shaw handed Brown the gun before the fatal bullet was fired.