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Suspect Arrested Following Fatal Shooting Outside Woodside Strip Club

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Oct. 7, 2013 By Christian Murray

The police have arrested a suspect who they say fatally shot a man outside a Woodside nightclub on Saturday.

Dwayne Johnson, a 26-year-old from Queens Village, was arrested and charged with second degree murder in the killing of 25-year-old Allah Howell, who was shot to death in front of Perfections Nightclub at 62-05 30th Ave. early Saturday.

It is not clear what led to the shooting.

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The incident that lead to this was that one of the friends of the deceased cut someone in the club… One thing lead to another I guess


Anonymous – shut the hell up, you ghetto pos! You were probably there that night and know the details of what went down.


All of you are f$$king terrible… a man lost his life you dum f$$ks…. and yall are writing about bullshit….. had it been one of your family memebers and somone was writing the stupid shit that yall are saying i bet you would be ready to flip out so f$$k off…..

Attila the Pun

“Gentleman’s Club” – Allow me to translate: Horny, desperate guys who can’t get a date club.

$tripper$ are people too!

Wonder if the disagreement was over one of the fine young ladies that work at this upstanding establishment. Much better than Secrets where the C-section scars and bullet wounds run rampant…


What a vile event. Thanks for calling it what it is, a strip joint, not a “gentleman’s club.”


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