The men, Long Island natives Quincy Homere, 36, and Jamar Hill, 26, — who were taken into custody — were already serving time for a string of charges unrelated to Chinx’s murder.
Chinx, born Lionel Pickens, was struck with 15 bullets while driving his silver Porshe with passenger Antar Alziadi, when the vehicle stopped at a red light on Queens Boulevard at 4 a.m. in May 2015. Pickens was rushed to Jamaica Hospital but later succumbed to his injuries.
“GOD is good and he hears your prayers ??—-,” Pickens’ wife Janelli wrote on a Facebook video — exclusively shot by FOX 5 reporter Lisa Evers — of Homere being taken in for questioning at the detective bureau, with his head down and palms covering his face.
“In another example of the mindless gun violence plaguing our country, a young, up-and-coming musician had his life and career dramatically cut short by a burst of senseless shooting that also wounded an acquaintance,” District Attorney Richard A. Brown told the New York Daily News, adding that “such violence has no place in a civilized society.”
The district attorney’s office was not immediately available for comment.
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#breakingnews #EversExclusive video(credit required) 2nd suspect arrested in #Chinx murder — to the #NYPD Queens South Homicide Squad who cracked this rap murder mystery! @chrissobel @hit97 #hot97 #fox5ny @fox5ny pic.twitter.com/QIWcdMhc3S
— Lisa Evers (@LisaEvers) December 14, 2017