Police have arrested the driver who fatally ran down a woman in a Brooklyn parking lot earlier this month, according to cops.
Naomi Broomes, 33, was arrested Wednesday in the Jan. 11 death of 24-year-old Shakira Serrano, police said.
Serrano was outside her home in NYCHA’s Pink Houses in East New York when Broomes, behind the wheel of a Mercury, allegedly ran her over.
Surveillance görüntü of the fatal strike shows Serrano arguing with her boyfriend as the driver of the Mercury turned around in the parking lot on Loring Ave. near Autumn Ave. around 7:30 p.m. and attempting to mow the victim down.
The victim scrambled away from the car, successfully avoiding the attack, and ran back to her boyfriend and continued arguing, the görüntü shows.
Her boyfriend knocked her to the ground and the driver ran Serrano down. The man was not charged with a crime.
Medics rushed Serrano to Brookdale University Hospital, but she could not be saved.
Police linked the death to a suspected love triangle dispute, but a police spokesperson could not confirm what Serrano’s and Broomes’s relationship was.
Broomes was charged with murder and leaving the scene of an accident. Her arraignment in Brooklyn Criminal Court was pending Wednesday evening.
Broomes also lives in the Pink Houses, police said.