Brooklyn man in love triangle shot dead in the head in front of two children: sources

New York Daily News
The New York City Local

Matthew Nestel and Kerry Wills, DAILY NEWS WRITERS

A 24-year-old Brooklyn man was fatally shot in the head in front of two young children outside his family's brownstone following an argument over a woman, police sources said.

George Lee was shot around 9 p.m. Monday as he stood outside his home on Kosciuszko St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant with two young relatives nearby, the sources said.

Lee died at the scene. The killer fled and remains at large.

Friends and sources said Lee had been involved in a romantic rivalry over a woman and had been arguing with her not long before the shooting.

"He got shot over a girl - right in front of \[the children\]," said a family friend, who declined to give his name.

Friends said Lee, who was known as "G-Money," was a hard-working mechanic who served as a supervisor at an auto repair shop.

"I've known him all his life," the friend said. "He's a working man."

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