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Three Men Charged With Murder for Fatal Shooting Outside Ridgewood Recording Studio: NYPD

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Oct. 19, 2022 By Max Murray

The police have arrested and charged three men with murder for a gang-related shooting that took place outside a Ridgewood recording studio in June.

Savion Johnson, 19, and Warren Burgess, 33, of Brooklyn, and Omar Gaines, 19, of the Bronx, were busted Tuesday in connection with the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old man outside Rockwall Studios, located at 1080 Wyckoff Ave., at 1:15 a.m. on June 6.

The three men were part of a crew involved in the shooting, according to authorities. Alutheimeen Imaduddeen, 21, of Brooklyn, was charged with murder pertaining to the case on June 25.

The victim, Tyda Darden, 21, of Brooklyn, was fatally shot in the head in front of the recording studio, according to police. It isn’t clear what led to the shooting.

All four men have been charged with murder, assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon.

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