In New York, a fashion worker (fired last year) was shot to his death by NYPD; after he allegedly gunned down his ex-boss on Friday morning. The incident occurred at 34th St. between 5th and 6th avenues in New York. The disgruntled worker identified as Jeffrey Johnson, allegedly sprayed bullets; leaving his boss dead while 9 others injured.
According to the details, Johnson who used to design women’s accessories, showed up at the 34th street, wearing a grey suite in the morning hours. When he reached near Midtown, the iconic New York skyscraper, all of a sudden, he pumped as many as three bullets right into the victim’s head.
After killing the unnamed 41-year-old, Johnson then started strolling pretty casually away from the murder site, informed a construction worker. Chris Ogden, 23, further said that carrying a briefcase, Johnson was shot down when he was confronted with two cops within minutes after he targeted his boss company offices at 10 W. 33rd St.
However, when approached by the cops, Johnson pulled a handgun out of a black bag, started shooting and leaving pedestrians and terrified tourists diving for cover. NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly explained the cops returned fires too and after exchange of at least one dozen gunshots; Johnson was killed just after 9 a.m.
At least nine people were injured in the chaotic shootout in the streets around the Midtown building that were later completely choked with emergency vehicles. Meanwhile, it was further learned that a Manhattan native Johnson had a .45-caliber handgun that he used to kill his former Hazan Imports’ boss.