Shots Fired In Dyker Heights, Suspect Arrested

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Photo: NYPD

Photo: NYPD

Cops have arrested a suspect they believe was shooting his revolver out of a car window in Dyker Heights.

A 911 caller told authorities that a man wearing a blue top and black pants fired a handgun from inside a black suburban on Friday, April 8, at 10pm in front of 1202 66th Street, according to the NYPD.

The 66th Street block where the shooting allegedly occurred. (Source: Google Maps)

The 66th Street block where the shooting allegedly occurred. (Source: Google Maps)

Upon arrival, 68th Precinct plainclothes officers Dwayne Hodge and Mikeljan Agolli saw a male standing on the street who fit the description. The man was stopped and a witness identified him as the shooter. A Rossi USA .357 revolver was subsequently recovered, along with two live rounds and six spent shell casings, from the his suburban.

Fernando Montesino, 32, a Dyker resident, was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.

  • ROSALIE907

    I wonder if this is the same person that every so often has also been firing his gun on or around Avenue X between East 2nd & East 3rd. Every so often we’ve her a gun being fired in this area but it stops in a few minutes and is usually late at night. At first I thought it was fireworks but my sister and a neighbor who lives on East 2nd have also heard it too.

  • Robert D

    Typical lower class from the 60’s, that would never happen to us bourgeoisie in the 80’s.

    • tonigirl1113

      12th ave and 66 st. is not considered dyker heights, but i wouldn’t say they are lower class robert

      • Sean F

        66th and 12th is definitely Dyker Heights. Dyker runs the length of 14th from the shore to 61st, then up to 9th, back over to 65th, then along the BQE to 86th, then along 7th to the Fort.

        And definitely not lower class.

        • Robert D

          I was being facetious, of course they are not lower class people. Just describing in a comedic way the difference in real estate and house hold income from homes in the upper 80’s compared to 60’s.