Parade Ground - Prospect Park. An NYPD Sgt. looks for evidence. Police said Julio Locarno, 23 (not shown), was shot in the head and midsection about 10:40 p.m. on Wednesday on a walkway near Parade Place. The police found him after responding to a call of shots fired. He was lying on a pathway leading to the Parade Ground at the southern end of Prospect Park. He had been shot four times and was pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital Center. Mr. Locarno's mother is a Parks Department employee.
A Brooklyn man accused of killing a scandal-tainted emergency medical technician was himself shot dead in Prospect Park, police said.
Julio Locarno, 23, was shot at 10:40 p.m. Wednesday on a walkway near Parade Place.
Police have not made an arrest or established a motive - but have not ruled out a link to the shooting of Jason Green, 32, the EMT killed last July during an argument over a parking space outside Greenhouse, a SoHo nightspot.
Locarno was charged with manslaughter in that case. The triggerman is still being sought.
In an email to the Daily News, a purported cousin said Locarno, who made bail last week, feared for his life because others accused him of being a snitch.
"He told my father he felt like he was being followed and watched since being released on bail," the email said.