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Brooklyn Man Arrested in Connection to Woodside Murder

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Oct. 10, 2014 By Michael Florio

A Brooklyn man was arrested Thursday for allegedly killing a man outside a Woodside party hall in July.

Jorge Navarro, 20, was arrested in connection to the July 26th death of Eduardo Rojas, who was killed after being struck in the head.

The incident occurred outside of Queens Palace, located at 37-27 57th Street, when a fight broke out. In the melee gun shots were also fired.

The 108 precinct responded to a 911 call just after 1 am and discovered a 25-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his left leg and back, as well Rojas, who was dead.

Navarro is facing charges of murder, manslaughter and gang assault.

He has not been charged for the shooting.

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Golden Man Sean Hannity

At my palace, I have my servants wheel the dumpster to the back. What an eyesore!!!!

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Grace

Why call 911 when there is a perfectly good doctor right there?
Weddings and Doctors, two in one, only in NY.
PS: I thought it was an auto body shop place at first. It might actually be one at night. Chop shop.

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