Police still investigating Crown Heights shooting

Police are still investigating the Crown Heights shooting that left two dead after the West Indian Day Parade. Authorities released a new video yesterday that

CROWN HEIGHTS - Police are still investigating the Crown Heights shooting that left two dead after the West Indian Day Parade. Authorities released a new video yesterday that they say shows one of the victims, Eusi Johnson, running from a Park Place apartment after being shot in the neck by suspect Leroy Webster. After Johnson sprints off, the video shows Webster shooting another round at the victim, police say. Webster then returns to the door of the building, and fires at approaching police officers. The same shooting also claimed the life of Denise Gay, who was sitting on her stoop on the same street. NYPD ballistics tests proved that Webster's gun did not fire the bullet that killed Gay. Report: Identity of Crown Heights shooting suspect unknownWoman killed in Crown Heights shootout

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