3 wanted for questioning in fatal hit-and-run of DJ

Police want to talk with three women in connection with the fatal hit-and-run of a popular Spanish radio DJ in Brooklyn.  The surveillance images of the three were released by police after they say

News 12 Staff

Dec 29, 2016, 6:15 PM

Updated 2,761 days ago

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Police want to talk with three women in connection with the fatal hit-and-run of a popular Spanish radio DJ in Brooklyn. 
The surveillance images of the three were released by police after they say the women were seen getting into the car suspected of the fatal hit-and-run of Jean Paul Guerrero. 
Guerrero, who also went by DJ Jinx Paul, was struck and killed by a car after leaving a performance at a Brooklyn club on Dec.11. 
Police initially charged Kevin Ozoria, a New York man, in connection with the crime a week later after an auto body shop employee tipped police off about a repair made to the windshield of a car that fit the description of the one involved in the hit-and-run. 
However, witnesses told police they saw a woman exit the driver's door after hitting the La Mega radio DJ and not a man.
The District Attorney dropped all charges against Ozoria just a day after he turned himself in because there was a lack of evidence that placed him at the scene. 
DJ Jinx Paul was laid to rest in his native country of Ecuador.


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