The NYPD has arrested a Brooklyn man on charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon after a Tuesday night shooting.
Police say Herman Lancaster, 30, is responsible for shooting Kerwim Craigwell, 42, in front of a deli on Nostrand Avenue near Flatbush Avenue.
Craigwell was shot in the lower back, and later pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital.
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Lancaster allegedly shot Craigwell for not respecting his status in the “Insane Gangsta Crips” gang, the Daily News reported, citing a police source. Lancaster has been arrested in the past for burglary and trespassing, and served a year and a half in prison, the News reported.