Who is Sundance Oliver? Meet the dangerous suspect who involved in 3 separate shooting across NYC

Sundance Oliver

Homicide suspect, Sundance Oliver, is in custody with charges pending, the NYPD says. Sundance Oliver was the suspect in connection with three different shootings that occurred in New York City in a couple of hours. Let’s see who is Sundance Oliver in detail.

Who is Sundance Oliver?

The New York Police arrested Sundance Oliver, 28, who was involved in three different shootings in the New York City.

Earlier on Tuesday, NYPD looked for a suspect in connection with three different shootings that occurred within hours in New York City.

Homicide update:

Commissioner Sewell, NYPDPC updated about the homicide incident.

The statement released by the commissioner reads, “Homicide suspect, Sundance Oliver, is in custody with charges pending. At this time, there are NO outstanding suspects. The investigation into these shootings remains ongoing by NYPD detectives. THANK YOU to everyone who shared our messages seeking information.”

The suspect was identified as Sundance Oliver by the New York City Police Department, who noted that Oliver had been arrested 12 times previously and should be regarded as armed and very dangerous.

Sundance Oliver

According to the NYPD, the multiple shooting started on Monday at about 9:30 a.m. EST when officers at the 77th precinct of the NYPD received calls reporting a man shot.

Three shooting incidents:

Sundance Oliver is the suspect behind the three separate shooting incidents that occurred in New York City on December 6. A 96-year-old man was found by NYPD officers with a gunshot wound to his ankle, according to the NYPD.

Two shootings in different places, both allegedly by Sundance Oliver, 28: Bedford-Stuyvesant, 9:35 a.m., the victim a 96-year-old man during a robbery gone wrong. Smith Houses on the LES, 2:50 p.m., a 21-year-old man was shot twice in the chest and once in the leg, fatally. Within 24 hours, these three distinct crimes occurred.

Earlier, NYPD requested public assistance saying, “You can assist our investigators in finding Sundance Oliver. He is sought after for three shootings, including two fatal ones, that happened hours apart. He is regarded as well-armed and quite dangerous. Call 911 or @NYPDTips at 800-577-TIPS if you know where he is or runs into him.”

The police reported that before starting the fire, the shooter attempted to rob a female victim. Prior to fleeing the scene, they missed the female victim and struck the elderly man instead. The police are seeking public assistance in this matter and requested people with information to call 911 or DM NYPDTips or call at 800-577-TIPS.

NYC serial shooting explained:

The shooting spree began on Monday at about 9:30 a.m. EST when police at the 77th precinct of the NYPD received complaints about a person being shot. The person was brought to the hospital, where doctors declared him dead.

Officers from the NYPD’s 5th precinct responded to a call of a man victim who had been shot on a building’s sixth floor later on Monday at around 2:40 EST.

Then, just before midnight, the NYPD’s 73rd precinct responded to a report of a female victim who had been shot in the chest in Brooklyn shortly before midnight.  After being transported to a hospital, the person was declared brain dead.

Police said they had determined the suspect was the same in all three shootings. The motive behind the shooting is not known. The suspect Oliver had been arrested 12 times previously and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Dangerous suspect-arrested

Sundance Oliver was the target of a major manhunt, which provoked level three mobilization. He was named as dangerous suspect as he had a criminal history and he was involved in the three shooting incidents in NYC.

Sundance Oliver was responsible for three shootings that occurred within 24 hours, including the killings of a man, 21, in Lower Manhattan, and a 17-year-old girl in a Crown Heights apartment.

Oliver is suspected of opening fire early on Monday in Brooklyn toward a woman he was trying to rob but instead hit a 96-year-old man.

Later, he is accused of shooting a 21-year-old guy multiple times on the sixth floor of an apartment building in Lower Manhattan. He ultimately killed a 17-year-old girl in a crowded Brooklyn apartment, police said. Police announced that they have determined the culprit in all three shootings to be the same.


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