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A Los Angeles man has been nabbed for fatally shooting someone in East New York last year, police said.
The suspect, Dashawn Garland, 28, of Inglewood, is charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon, cops said.
Police responding to a 911 call April 19 found New Jersey resident Michael Ingram, 33, shot in the chest outside a BP gas station at Linden Blvd. and Pennsylvania Ave. about 8:55 a.m., authorities said.
The NYPD’s Violent Felony Squad apprehended Garland with the assistance of the LA County Sheriff’s office Major Crimes Fugitive Task Force, police said.
Garland was indicted last month and arrested in Inglewood Jan. 29, police said.
The suspect was brought to the 75th Precinct Friday, said an NYPD spokesman said, who had no immediate information on the motive for the slaying.
A witness ID’d Garland out of a lineup back in June, and investigators during the probe learned the murder suspect had split to SoCal, police said.
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