Man killed on Upper West Side on New Year's Day

A Department of Corrections worker is under arrest for the New Years Day killing of a man on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

The NYPD says 37-year-old Steven Gadsden was in a car on Manhattan Avenue and West 107th Street at about 9:45 p.m. when he and started arguing with two men

Police say that 30-year-old Cardell Gadsden pulled a gun and shot him in the chest before running off.  The NYPD says that the corrections worker returned to the scene and turned himself into police.

The victim was rushed to Mount Sinai Saint Luke’s Hospital but it was too late to save his life. 

Police say they found a gun at the scene.  It was unclear if the two men were relatives.


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