A spate of violence over the long weekend left one man dead and three others hospitalized with gunshot wounds from separate incidents.

A Brooklyn father of five was fatally shot in Crown Heights after an early morning dice game took a violent turn. The victim, 42-year-old Keith Jaffery, was shot in the chest and neck around 3:30 a.m. He was taken to Interfaith Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, the Daily News reports. The shooter ran away and has not been caught.

“He was killed over a dice game,” friend Cecil Cruz tells the News. “He was killed for no reason. Why? So you can prove you can shoot a gun? It’s never gonna make sense — if it’s here or in Colorado or in a church.”

Police sources tell the tabloid that Jaffery has "an extensive criminal record," but his wife counters, "He was a good man. He was a father of five."

A short time after Jaffery was killed, a 21-year-old man was shot four times in Flushing. He was taken to New York Hospital and is expected to survive. No arrests have been made.

In the Bronx, a 19-year-old man was shot in the foot around 1:10 a.m., and another was shot in the leg near the Breukelen Houses in Canarsie.

Cops also arrested 15-year-old Tyrone Whidbee after he opened fire on a group of people barbecuing in Sumner Playground near Throop Avenue around 6:30 p.m., striking one 63-year-old man in the back.

Officers tracked Whidbee down at Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Flushing Avenue. Police say he ran while clutching his waistband, and tossed a black handgun onto the street at the corner of Humboldt Street and Debevoise Street. A police car blocked his path near Debevoise Street, and he was arrested without further incident.