NEW YORK - A suspect in the killing of O'Shae Sibley has reportedly turned himself in to the police.
Sibley, an openly gay professional dancer, was stabbed and killed last weekend outside a gas station in Brooklyn.
According to authorities, the stabbing happened was reportedly killed at the Mobil Gas Station on Coney Island Avenue and Avenue P after a fight that police say started when two men confronted a group of shirtless men in shorts and swimsuits pumping gas and dancing.
Police said Sibley and other men confronted the group that was shouting anti-gay comments at them. The confrontation turned physical, and Sibley was stabbed in the chest and later died.
The news rocked both the LGBTQ+ community and the dance community in New York City and in Sibley's hometown of Philadelphia.
The NYPD is still calling the killing a possible hate crime as they question the suspect.
A memorial for Sibley was held at the Stonewall Inn on Friday, while another is set to be held Saturday in the West Village.