The family of a cab driver fatally shot in New Rochelle last week is speaking out after the man suspected in the murder was arrested in New York City following a shootout with police officers.

It happened Sunday at Myrtle Avenue and Fleet Walk in the Fort Green section of Brooklyn, near a NYCHA building complex where New Rochelle police and the FBI had been keeping watch while searching for 52-year-old Percell Lamont Ross in the shooting death of 62-yearold Andres Valenzuela outside an event hall early last Thursday.

Authorities said no one was injured in the gunfire, and that Ross, of Covington, Virginia, surrendered to officers when he ran out of bullets.

FORT GREENE, Brooklyn (WABC) — The family of a cab driver fatally shot in New Rochelle last week is speaking out after the man suspected in the murder was arrested in New York City following a shootout with police officers.

It happened Sunday at Myrtle Avenue and Fleet Walk in […]

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