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Arrest in grandma stray bullet shooting case
BROOKLYN (WABC) -- There has been an arrest in a stray bullet shooting that killed a grandmother and outraged a community in Brooklyn.
Malcolm Mitchell, 26, was taken into custody on Friday for shooting a man in the leg.
While police were interrogating him, Mitchell made statements implicating him in the August 2009 murder of Anna Surman.
Surman, an 87-year-old grandmother, was feeding cats outside her building in Coney Island when she was hit with a stray gunshot.
Mitchell has been charged with murder.
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