Third Suspect Arrested in Connection to Strip Club Murder

By Christina Carrega

A third Brooklyn man was busted for opening fire into a car and killing a 25-year-old man after leaving a College Point strip club.

Brandon Lee, of Vinegar Hill, was extradited from Miami, Florida, on Thursday for shooting into a black Lexus on Oct. 1 near Ulmer Street and Whitestone Expressway Service Road along with Daijan Palmer and Darvin Guiteau.

Lee, with Palmer, 25, and Guiteau, 24, both of Canarsie, allegedly jumped into a black BMW and chased after the Lexus that Jaquan Campbell was inside, according to the criminal complaint.

Campbell left Angels NYC — an adult entertainment club where hip-hop artists like Cardi B. frequent — on College Point Boulevard with his girlfriend before encountering the armed gunmen.

When the two cars collided in a parking lot, the three suspects and a fourth person not yet apprehended were seen on surveillance video firing several shots, according to the criminal complaint.

Campbell, 25, of Crown Heights, was shot in the chest and died at the scene.

All of the gunmen fled.

Palmer told police he knew Campbell as “Lucky,” according to the criminal complaint.

They each face up to 25 years to life in prison for second-degree murder during the commission of a robbery and a slew of other charges.