By Danny Schrafel
Suffolk County Police rushed to a Wyman Avenue home in Huntington Station at 9:49 p.m. last night after receiving a report that shots were fired, Suffolk County police confirmed early Tuesday.
A police spokesman said Tuesday morning that the caller told officials that two males dressed in black opened fire outside 50 Wyman Ave.
Police said no injuries were reported in the incident and the investigation is ongoing. Multiple squad cars and a Crime Section van were on the scene as late at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday.
This is the second violent incident on Wyman Avenue in recent months; on July 5, Larry Collins was found on front lawn of his Wyman Avenue home around 4:25 a.m. after being stabbed. He later died. Kutima Glover, 33, was arrested the next day and charged with first-degree manslaughter.
A neighbor, who requested anonymity, said they were awoken Monday evening by the sound of “multiple gunshots” at 50 Wyman Ave. The neighbor said that an officer at the scene told them “it wasn’t a random incident.”
The neighbor added that 50 Wyman Ave. has been a problem address, noting that they had complained to cops about a “wild party” at the address on Sept. 9 and adding that police have been patrolling the block in recent months.
Online town property records show the home is owned by Community Properties LP, based at 794 Fort Salonga Road in Northport, which is also the address of prolific Huntington Station landlord Pius Realty.
“It’s a real good family block outside this one house,” the neighbor said.
Anyone with information in the shooting can call Suffolk County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS; all calls are confidential.