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Pair charged in Jamaica murder: DA

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JAMAICA — An Arverne man and his alleged Rosedale accomplice will be tried on murder charges after a Queens grand jury indicted them Tuesday on charges of killing a witness who had testified in an earlier robbery case, according to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.

Shytique Kelly, of 440 Beach 58th St., was arrested May 30 and charged with allegedly gunning down 21-year-old Tysheen Coakley three days earlier at the intersection of 110th Avenue and 160th Street, Brown said. Coakley had testified against Kelly earlier, and Brown said Kelly had previously made a third-party threat to kill Coakley.

Kelly was charged with murder, attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon, contempt and tampering with a witness, according to the DA.

Jazmine Guillebeaux, of 148-03 Huxley St., was charged with murder, criminal facilitation and hindering prosecution for allegedly driving Kelly to kill Coakley, Brown said.

The next court date is scheduled for Jan. 29.

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none of yours from queens says:
Now you get to suck —— and get raped in your cell and shower!! LMAO!!!! As for Jazmine you too will be somebodys bi***!!! LMAO!!!!!!
July 29, 2013, 12:40 am
wow from queens says:
This is the future of the black men and woman of SE Queens. Kill and be killed. How dare you assume the role of god, and take someones life!!!
July 31, 2013, 12:35 am

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