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Man wounded in 2021 shooting gunned down near Yankee Stadium

A person wounded in a shooting final year — and out on bail in connection to the identical case — was fatally gunned down near Yankee Stadium final week, cops stated Tuesday. 

Malik Bright, 22, was shot twice in the again of the pinnacle as he walked previous the doorway of Mullaly Park at East 164th Street and River Avenue — steps from the stadium — round 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, authorities stated. 

He was taken to Lincoln Medical Center, the place he succumbed to his accidents two days later. 

It was unclear Tuesday whether or not he was the supposed goal. 

No arrests had been made by Tuesday morning. 

Bright, of Brooklyn, was beforehand harm in a Sept. 7 shooting that claimed the lifetime of 27-year-old Tysheem Ceruti, authorities stated. 

The gunfire broke out round 12:30 a.m. on Putnam Avenue near Howard Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, cops stated. 

Ceruti was blasted in the groin, arm and chest, and brought to the Kings County Hospital Center, the place he was pronounced useless. 

Bright was shot in the elbow and leg, and was taken to Interfaith Hospital, the place he was listed in steady situation. 

Malik Bright was previously hurt in a Sept. 7 shooting that claimed the life of 27-year-old Tysheem Ceruti,
Bright was beforehand harm in a Sept. 7 shooting that killed 27-year-old Tysheem Ceruti.
Christopher Sadowski

Three months later, on Jan. 6, Bright was charged with prison possession of a loaded firearm and reckless endangerment in connection to the incident, cops stated. 

His precise function in the case was unclear. 

He was out on bail in connection to these fees, the Brooklyn DA’s office stated. The precise financial quantity was unclear.

Nicholas Seabrook, 24, was arrested on Jan. 17 and charged with homicide and prison possession of a loaded firearm in connection to the slaying of Ceruti, cops stated. 

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