Long Island man Quay-Sean Hines arrested in shooting of Northwell Health employee Amelia Laguerre

Long Island man Quay-Sean Hines arrested in shooting of Northwell Health employee Amelia Laguerre

A Lengthy Island man was arrested Friday and charged with the deadly capturing of a Northwell Well being worker final week, police mentioned.

Quay-Sean Renard Hines, 30, was charged with second-degree homicide within the dying of 33-year-old Amelia Laguerre, in keeping with the Nassau County Police Division.

Laguerre was shot in a publicly-accessible parking storage beneath a medical workplace complicated in New Hyde Park, hospital and regulation enforcement officers mentioned.

The slain girl was a Queens resident who had labored for Northwell Well being for a decade, in keeping with PIX11.

Earlier within the investigation, police indicated she could have been focused within the assault, presumably by somebody she knew.

“This individual was most likely ready within the wings. For those who have been down in that parking storage, it’s sort of dim lighting,” Police Capt. Stephen Fitzpatrick mentioned throughout an April 1 press convention. “He was most likely lurking … after which simply got here out on her.”

Amelia Laguerre was fatally shot in a publicly-accessible parking storage as police indicated she could have been focused within the assault.Fb

Cops didn’t say Friday if there’s a connection between Hines and the sufferer.

Extra particulars are anticipated to be disclosed throughout a Saturday morning press convention at Nassau County Police headquarters in Mineola.

Hines, of Bay Shore, is ready to be arraigned in First District Court docket in Hempstead on Saturday.

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