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Trapped AT HOME: NYPD official’s mom shot dead after she addressed entryway in Queens

Trapped AT HOME: NYPD official's mom shot dead after she addressed entryway in Queens

Trapped AT HOME: NYPD official’s mom shot dead after she addressed entryway in Queens

The mother of a NYPD official was lethally taken shots at her Queens home Wednesday evening in the wake of noting her entryway — and her supposed executioner gave up to police about an hour after the fact, specialists said.

Anna Torres, 51, was shot two times, remembering for the head, by a her shooter to the entryway of her two-story, single-family home at 94-59 109th Ave. in Ozone Park at around 2:30 p.m., cops said.

Torres was articulated dead on scene. Two of her family members were inside the home at the hour of the lethal shooting, NYPD Deputy Chief Jerry O’Sullivan said at a Wednesday night public interview.

The suspect in Torres’ passing, Giuseppe Canzani, 41, escaped in a dark Chevy Traverse after the shooting.

Presently before 3:30 p.m., Canzani pulled up to the 106th Precinct in a similar vehicle prior to leaving and setting a .45-type silver gun on the walkway, O’Sullivan said.

Two officials outside the stationhouse at the time captured Canzani without episode. O’Sullivan said the suspect would be accused of homicide and criminal ownership of a weapon.

He was accused of homicide and criminal ownership of a stacked gun, police affirmed early Thursday.

It wasn’t promptly clear what persuaded Canzani to lethally shoot Torres purportedly.

Family members hug outside the home where a woman was shot and killed.
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While the two knew one another “somewhat,” the specific idea of their relationship was not promptly known and didn’t seem, by all accounts, to be heartfelt, cops said.

He has no earlier captures, as per police.

The occurrence is the main deadly shooting in the 106th Precinct this year, police measurements show.

Three earlier non-deadly shootings, with three casualties, were accounted for up to this point this year inside the region limits, insights show.

Three individuals were shot and killed inside the region limits the previous summer and late-summer, cops said.

A 31-year-elderly person was shot on various occasions in the back at the edge of 134th Street and Rockaway Boulevard in Ozone Park around 1:30 a.m. Oct. 2, cops said.

The person in question, whose name has not been delivered, was articulated dead at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center.

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Investigators observe the scene of the fatal shooting.
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Back on Sept. 6, Jermaine Dixon, 46, of Georgia, was gunned down on South Conduit Avenue near 132nd Street in South Ozone Park, cops said.

Dixon was entering his car around 8 a.m. when the suspect, dressed in Hasidic-style clothes, ran up to him and fatally shot him at point-blank range, according to video, police and sources.

Cops were investigating whether the suspect was impersonating a Hasidic man.

Dixon had recently been incarcerated on drug charges and had $10,000 in cash in his pocket at the time of his murder, law enforcement sources said at the time.

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The shooting took place at 94-59 109th Ave. in Ozone Park.
Dennis A. Clark

And on Aug. 29, Pablo Antonio Nolasco Gonzalez, 54, of Elmont, Nassau County, was gunned down on Rockaway Boulevard near 99th Street, authorities said.

He succumbed to his injuries on Sept. 20.

A 53-year-old man shot in the same incident was critically hurt, cops said.

Jhovanny Mejia, 31, was arrested months later and charged with murder, attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

 

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