2 teens charged in Red Hook shooting
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the shooting of five people in Red Hook Monday night.
Police have identified the suspects as 19-year-olds Marquise Frederick and Quamari McAllister. Both are facing five counts of attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon and assault with serious injury.
News 12 obtained exclusive video of Frederick being walked out of the 76th Precinct Wednesday night. Cops say he has had previous run-ins with the law, including arrests for criminal possession of a weapon and assault.
According to investigators, the suspects pulled up in an SUV to the Red Hook Houses on Dwight Street and opened fire, hitting two men and three women. One of the women was pregnant, but lost the baby after being shot.
Authorities are calling the shooting gang-related, and say they are still searching for a third suspect, believed to be the driver of the SUV.
All five victims are expected to survive.