A man in Brooklyn went on a deadly rampage killing three men after losing a game of dice. It all came to an end when a bouncer fatally shot him. According to the police, two men and a woman were shot during the shootout.
Sources claim that the enraged shooter was finally gunned down by the security guard. The police initially took the unnamed security guard into custody but later released him. It is unclear whether any charges would be levelled against the security guard who, according to the sources, was only defending himself and those inside the rented place.
The furious gambler unleashed a fusillade of bullets that killed three men after becoming enraged about a dice game at the Triple A Aces club on Utica Ave. near Dean St. in Crown Heights around 7 a.m. Saturday, police sources said.
Family members of the victims of the carnage reeled from the senseless bloodshed.
“I woke up and couldn’t believe it,” Eddie Baldwin, 35, the brother of victim Terrance Bishop, told the Daily News. “The detectives told us a guy at the club was cheated and wanted his money back.”
Bishop, 36, John Thomas, 32, and Dominick Wimbush, 47, all of Bedford-Stuyvesant, along with Chester Goode, 37, of Canarsie were pronounced dead at the scene. Dashawn Kearse, 38 escaped the carnage with a gunshot wound to his hand.
Police have not yet said which of the four men was the gunman.
Cops recovered a .9 mm handgun and a revolver at the crime scene. Results of the victims’ autopsies were pending Sunday.
Bishop’s death added to the grief Baldwin still fees over the loss of their father, who died of cancer earlier this year.