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Final verdicts reached in 2015 Brooklyn killing of Cuomo aide Carey Gabay

July 26, 2018 Associated Press
Carey Gabay. Judy Sanders/New York Governor’s Office via AP
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A verdict has been reached for the final two suspects in the 2015 slaying of an aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Twenty-six-year-old Michah Alleyne has been found guilty of manslaughter and criminal possession of weapon, but was acquitted of murder. His co-defendant, 27-year-old Stanley Elianor, has been convicted of reckless endangerment, but acquitted of murder, manslaughter and weapons charges.

On Monday, the same jury had acquitted Keith Luncheon of all charges.

A separate jury last week found Kenny Bazile guilty of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Carey Gabay (guh-BAY’), the deputy counsel of the state’s economic development agency.

Gabay got caught in the middle of a gang-related gunbattle just before a West Indian Day parade in Brooklyn.

A fifth suspect took a plea deal.

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