Police are looking into the deaths of a father and son in a Brooklyn apartment building, where the neighbor, who was apparently upset over the noise, killed them.
Just after 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to the authorities, they were discovered on the fourth story of the East Flatbush apartment building.
According to the authorities, their downstairs neighbor allegedly got tired of the commotion and went upstairs before grabbing a revolver and shooting them both.
The victims were identified by family members as Bladimy Mathurin, 47, and his son Chinwai Mode, 27.
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According to Marie Delilles, the tenant below them was upset about the noise emanating from their apartment and was pounding on his ceiling. She claimed that after a heated disagreement, the suspect opened fire on the victims, hitting her 10-year-old daughter with nine bullets.
The Haitian family, who had been living in a larger apartment, had to adjust when Delilles’ younger siblings needed to grow up.
For years, there has been a disagreement over noise.
Family friend Mickael Louis stated, “Kids make noise all the time; it doesn’t dictate for someone to come up with a firearm and take someone’s life.”
The investigation is underway and no one has been taken into custody.
The bereaved family, who are requesting security, is receiving assistance from Assemblywoman Monique Chandler-Waterman. While the family is being searched for the culprit, the assemblywoman stated she will cooperate with the authorities to make sure they are safe.
The family is currently clinging on memories.
Delillies remarked, “My son is a good boy—he’s not violent.” Why would you bring your gun to shoot my family when my husband doesn’t have a gun or any other weapon? Why would you come to my family and use a pistol to kill them?”