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Uncle shoots nephew and injures woman in Queens, cops and witnesses say

A man was reportedly killed by his own uncle and a woman was injured in a shooting outside their home in Queens, police and witnesses said on Sunday.

Chevaughn Millings, 25, was shot dead around 11:15 p.m. Saturday night on Pineville Lane in Jamaica, police said.

Cops responding to a 911 call said they found Millings and an unidentified 20-year-old woman with multiple gunshot wounds.

Authorities took the two to the Jamaican Hospital Medical Center, where Millings was pronounced dead.

The woman was in stable condition. It was not immediately clear if she was related to Millings or her uncle.

One of Millings’ cousins ​​who lives with him told the Post that it was his uncle who pulled the trigger.

“He was his uncle – he was our uncle,” the man said on Sunday. “Shoot him. It happened so fast. It happened so fast. His own uncle. Outside. They were outside. It happened so fast.

Chevaughn Millings was killed on Saturday night, believed to have been shot by his own uncle.
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The Queens crime scene
Neighbors say the family who live on Pineville Lane haven’t made many friends since moving in about three years ago.

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Chevaughn Millings and another woman were shot on Saturday, cops said.
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Millings’ mother was sitting in the passenger seat of a red Nissan sedan driven by her father on Sunday morning when she also confirmed that her brother had shot her son.

She broke down when asked why he would do that.

“I don’t know why,” she said, tears streaming down her face. “I don’t know.”

Cops said they made no arrests.

The Queens crime scene
It is unclear what led to the shooting, or why two people were shot in the Queens home.

In a Facebook post on Sunday morning, a man claiming to be Millings’ brother mourned the young man’s death.

“You were the only brother I grew up with and went through things,” Nse Tay Robinson wrote.

“We had our ups and downs but never like brother never came to a bad disagreement, I really miss you, I always have you near. Watch over the family because you haven’t left yet “, he continued. “I love you I miss you.”

Neighbors said the family – who live on Pineville Lane in the 113th precinct – have been in the neighborhood for around three years but haven’t made many friends.

“A lot of people live there,” a woman who lives next door told the Post. “They fix cars from the back, like a business. There are always cars coming and going and there is very loud music.

“They don’t talk to any of the neighbors,” she said. “None of the neighbors here know them.”

New York Post

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