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The victim and the suspect were allegedly co-conspirators in a cross-country cocaine ring.
And there were supposed to be two more victims.
The shocking broad daylight shooting of a Los Angeles man as he walked West 58th Street this month may have been the result of a big drug deal gone bad.
Judging by the victim's behavior in the moments before his death, investigators believe a professional hit man may have used text messages to lure his target.
Police are currently questioning a suspect in the execution-style murder of an L.A. law student who was fatally shot in the head on 58th Street on Monday afternoon.
"The number of people they burned, and people who lost their homes, is huge," says Tony award-winning actor Tonya Pinkins, who has had a long-running feud with the mother of the midtown "assassination" victim.
A car similar to the one the suspect climbed into before driving away was spotted after it passed through the Midtown tunnel around 2:15 p.m. but no license plate match has been made just yet.
The NYPD has released surveillance video of the man who shot a law student from California in the back of the head on 58th Street yesterday afternoon.
Police are searching for a man who sneaked up behind Brandon Woodard in midtown yesterday and killed him with a single bullet to the back of the head, then escaped "like a ghost."
The shooting occurred just before 2 p.m.
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