BRONX MAN INDICTED ON THREE COUNTS OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER IN SHOOTING
DEATHS OF NEIGHBORS FOLLOWING LONG RUNNING DISPUTE OVER NOISE
Bronx District Attorney Robert T. Johnson announced today that 28 year old Corey Gamble has been indicted on charges of first and second degree murder in the shooting deaths of a 75 year old neighbor, her 53 year old daughter and 44 year old son.
The grand jury charged Gamble, of 1995 Birchall Avenue, the Bronx, with three counts of Murder in the first degree and three counts of Murder in the 2nd degree in the deaths of Eunice Younger, Gloria Watson and Ricky Younger. The murders occurred on Saturday, March 15, 2003 shortly after four o’clock in the afternoon. All three victims, who had lived in the apartment above the defendant’s residence were pronounced dead as a result of gunshot wounds to the head.
Gamble is being held without bail and is to be arraigned on the indictment in State Supreme Court, Part "A" on Wednesday, April 2, 2003.
The case is being prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Daniel McCarthy, Chief Trial Counsel and Director of Trial Training.