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Arrest Made Following Club Allure Shooting

Club Allure

Club Allure (Courtesy of Club Allure)

March 6, 2015 By Michael Florio

Police have arrested a suspect wanted for a shooting outside a Queens Blvd. nightclub.

Traevon Robinson, 23, was arrested on Thursday night at his South Jamaica home for the October 19 shooting in front of Allure Club & Lounge, located at 33-02 Queens Blvd.

Robinson and another man, who has yet to be arrested, were arguing outside the club at about 10:45 p.m. when they drew their guns and started shooting, according to the police.

Robinson faces felony charges of assault and reckless endangerment.

Four club goers were shot in the incident, with a 37-year-old man shot in the chest, and a 19-year-old woman, 28-year-old man and 23-year-old man each shot once in the leg.

The victims were driven to area hospitals by their own means.

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rap hip hop night as usual……..and they wonder why they are targeted by police….shhhsh……grow up black people……dont run from the police or carry guns on the street…..

98-99% of the people police shoot have a criminal record or in the process of committing a felony……….. and black people will never admit this…ever…so we have stopped listening to your fake racist crapppp.


We don’t need any ghetto clubs as they only bringmore trouble.Let’s get some decent stores to shop in. Not 99 cents or more stores.


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