Teen shot outside school

Teen shot outside school

A teen was rushed to the hospital Monday afternoon after two gunmen opened fire on him outside a local school.

Officials said that the victim was near Intermediate School 285 on Beverley Road near East 59th Street on the afternoon of January 11 when the unidentified gunmen opened fire.

The wounded victim managed to stumble into the school’s parking lot, where a teacher’s aide rendered assistance until police arrived, according to published reports.

The victim, 18, who was rushed to the hospital with minor injuries, told police that he came to East Flatbush to take his girlfriend to McDonald’s.

The gunmen fled and were still being sought by authorities.

Cops are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to come forward. Calls can be made to the NYPD CrimeStoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Pistols and parking spots

We know parking in Flatbush is at a premium, but it’s never been this bad.

A quarrel over a parking spot in Flatbush reached an unprecedented level when one of the men pulled a gun and threatened the other.

Prosecutors said that the alleged trigger-happy motorist, identified as 45-year-old Rawl Abrams, was on East 31st Street near Glenwood Road at 7:23 p.m. on January 8 when he tried to maneuver his car into an open spot.

When he realized that the spot was already claimed, he allegedly flew into a rage and pulled a pistol.

“Do you want to die for this parking space?” he allegedly asked.

The victim answered him by giving up his spot and calling 911.

Cops charged him with menacing in the second degree, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment.

Gunning for bags

A 35-year-old man was arrested last week in connection with an attempted robbery on Flatbush Avenue.

Police said that Richard Sibilly was taken into custody shortly after the robbery on Flatbush Avenue and Beverley Road on the afternoon of January 7.

The victim claimed that she was walking down Flatbush Avenue when Sibilly allegedly ran up and punched her in the face.

“I am going to rinse my gun in your face,” he allegedly said while reaching at her waist to grab her bag.

The victim managed to fight Sibilly off and called the cops, who charged him with attempted robbery, assault, menacing and harassment.

Ghost bullet

Cops are trying to figure out a New Year’s morning shooting in East Flatbush that may only exist in the victim’s mind.

Officials said that the victim, who had been legitimately shot in the arm, showed up at a local hospital on New Year’s Day claiming that he had been shot on East 45th Street near Glenwood Road at 5 a.m.

He said that he and his friend were driving away from a club near the corner when they got into an argument with another pair in a second car.

Someone from that car opened fire, hitting the victim in the arm, the man claimed. His friend immediately hit the gas and sped off.

But what the victim didn’t know was that there was a warehouse across the street from where he said he was shot that had been converted to a night club.

That club, it turns out, was having the mother of all New Years Eve parties and the 67th Precinct deployed a squad of cops to the area to make sure the celebration remained peaceful.

At the time the man claims he was shot, there were over two dozen uniformed officers in the same vicinity, police sources said.

“He couldn’t have been shot there. We would have heard it” the source said, adding that no ballistic evidence or witnesses were ever found.

Still, detectives are investigating the shooting, which will remain an active case until it’s closed or the victim changes his story.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to come forward.

Calls can be made to the 67th Precinct at (718) 287-3211. All calls will be kept confidential.