Police have arrested a suspect for the deadly shooting of Corey Scott, aka "Young Classik," at the Good Stuff Diner on West 14th Street last month. Earle Barranco, 24, was found in North Carolina, enjoying Saturday's Charlotte Bobcats game against the Orlando Magic at the Time Warner Cable Arena. The Post reports he was arrested inside a VIP room, but the Wall Street Journal says he was arrested peacefully while entering the arena. He now faces extradition to New York.

Police suspect Barranco, a Brooklyn native, of shooting Scott several times in the back of the head in the early hours of October 23rd. Officials say Scott confronted Barranco about a debt inside the diner just before the shooting occurred. Scott reportedly has a record of arrests, including being charged with manslaughter for the fatal beating of 57-year-old Gene Hop in 2004.