What to Know
- Gregory Haskins, 25, was shot and killed right outside his apartment in Jamaica, Queens, police say
- No arrests have been made as police search for the shooter
- Distraught family members described the victim as a "good kid" and they have no idea why he was shot
Distraught family members of a 25-year-old man who was shot and killed in Queens Tuesday night say he was a good guy as authorities search for the shooter.
NYPD officers responded to a call about a man shot on Sutphin Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens just after 10 p.m. and found Gregory Haskins on the pavement right outside the apartment complex where he lived with a gunshot wound to his chest, according to police.
Witnesses say they heard about 4-5 shots and saw Haskins leaning out of his car that was parked outside the apartment. Emergency personnel transported him to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
"He's a good kid. He's never hurt nobody. I don't know why," a devastated family friend told News 4.
No arrests have been made and a police investigation is ongoing.