A used car dealer was fatally shot by three men attempting to rob his store on Saturday night in Brooklyn. The Daily News reports the suspects were in the store earlier in the day, putting a deposit down on a car, and when they came back around 6:30 p.m., they demanded money, which 35-year-old Bobby Carnival (pictured) refused to hand over. Carnival, the married father of two, "was wrestling with one gunman in the office of his Cars on Utica lot when another suspect shot him in the chest." Saturday night. Another person was also wounded in the shooting. And a 15-year-old Brooklyn boy, Troy Zapata, was fatally shot in the back as he tried to flee gunfire in a Bronx housing project early Sunday. The News describes the Adams House as "gritty"