A Staten Island minister and son wounded in a Christmas Day capturing might have been the victims of mistaken id, police sources stated Tuesday.
As 42-year-old Monique Corridor, a minister on the First Central Baptist Church on Wright St. in Stapleton, recovers from a gunshot blast to the again, cops are attempting to find out why she and her son might have been focused.
“There isn’t any clear indication as to why these two victims had been chosen,” an NYPD supply stated. “It’s doable that this could possibly be a case of mistaken id.”
Corridor and her 19-year-old son had been driving previous Highview Ave. and Fillmore St. in New Brighton when gunshots shattered the rear window of their SUV about three:20 p.m. Monday.
The gunfire got here from a black SUV that had been tailing them for a short time, cops had been informed.
Panicked, Corridor sped to her close by residence and realized she and her son had been shot. She was hit within the again whereas her son suffered graze wounds to his head and left shoulder, police sources stated.
Corridor known as 911 from her home, cops stated.
Medics took each victims to Richmond College Medical Heart the place they had been handled and launched.
The minister informed police she had observed the black SUV a short while earlier than the capturing as she walked to her automobile from a bodega.
No arrests have been made.