WILLIAMSBURG — Willamsburg Shomrim reported that police have made an arrest on Friday night in connection with the shooting of Jewish man last week.
YWN has learned that the NYPD has made an arrest on Friday night in the recent shooting on Boruch Halberstam, in Williamsburg.
As YWN had reported, on August 10, at approximately 12:20AM, a 25 year old male was shot during an attempted robbery while walking in front of 156 South 9th Street and Driggs Avenue in the confines of the 90th Precinct in Brooklyn.
Williamsburg Shomrim Coordinator Yanky Itzkowitz tells YWN, that the suspect is 22-year-old Jaquan Vaughn, a black man, and was charged with attempted murder, and robbery.
Shomrim thank the NYPD 90th Pct Commanding Officer Michael Kemper & the 90 Squad Commander, Lieutenant Anderson, for their extreme hard work in apprehending the suspect.
It Should be noted that Shomrim were the first at the scene the evening of the shooting, and they were responsible for locating the vehicle used in committing the crime.
Additional arrests are expected to be made.