Monday, April 25, 2022



Pleaded Guilty to Attempted Murder on Two Separate Indictments 

 Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark today announced that a Bronx man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for two shootings leading to multiple injuries, including one victim who had to have his leg amputated.

 District Attorney Clark said, “We have one less shooter on the streets in the Bronx. The defendant was involved in two separate shootings; one victim lost his leg. Our office is taking immediate action to stem the tide of gun violence, and we will continue to pursue justice for those whose lives are altered by gun violence."

 District Attorney Clark said the defendant Nasir McMillian, 22, last of 2401 Davidson Avenue, was sentenced today by Bronx Supreme Court Justice Ralph Fabrizio to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty on April 6, 2022 to two counts of Attempted Murder. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison for Attempted Murder in the 2019 case and five years for Attempted Murder in the 2020 case. Both sentences will run concurrently.

 According to the investigation, on June 25, 2019, at 1490 Boston Road, the defendant was involved in a dispute inside the building. The dispute continued outside and escalated when McMillian pulled out a gun and fired it multiple times at the back of a male victim as he was running away. Investigators found the bullet hit a major artery leading to blood loss, which required manual cardiac massage to resuscitate the victim. Due to an infection caused by the gunshot wounds, the victim’s leg was amputated, leaving him with a life-changing disability.

 On June 12, 2020, at 1199 Boston Road, the defendant was captured on surveillance video driving a vehicle with several other men. Those men shot a man and a woman, while McMillian remained near the vehicle as a lookout. He was later seen driving away with the defendants who shot the two individuals.

 District Attorney Clark thanked NYPD Detective Lawrence Bray of the 42nd Precinct and Detective Brian Cestare of the 46th precinct for their assistance in the investigation.

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