This is the story of a man named Julius Caeser who sadly was unexpectedly killed. However, this does not take place in ancient Rome, and the attacker was not named Brutus.

In fact, it happened a little closer to home, here in New York.

Police say a 31 year-old Brooklyn man named who happened to be named Julius Caeser was shot dead Monday afternoon. Police sat Caeser was in the passenger seat of a vehicle stopped at a red light in Crown Heights, when the gunman fired. The NY Post says Caeser was shot in the head, while the driver suffered a graze wound to the chest.

The wounded river attempted to drive to nearest hospital, only to crash about a mile later. The Post says both were taken to the hospital though Caeser later died.

Police say the 24 year-old gunman has been arrested.

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