WHITE PLAINS – A Westchester County grand jury has indicted four
men in connection with the shooting death of a Yonkers man last year.
Michael Nolan was ambushed in the early morning hours of September 18,
2015 while outside his Mercedes loaner car in the parking lot of the Burger
King when a Toyota Camry rolled up alongside him. Six shots rang with
one bullet striking Nolan in the head.
He languished in the hospital until declared dead on October 9.
On Wednesday, March 3 of this year, the four suspects were arrested. Nashaun
Hunter, 17, of the Bronx was charged with murder and criminal possession
of a weapon. Garth O’Neil Cole, 22, was charged with assault and
criminal possession of a weapon. Darren Dawson, 18, of the Bronx, was
charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon and Tejmitra
Singh, 23, of the Bronx was charged with assault and criminal possession
of a weapon.
The charge of murder brings with it up to 25 years to life in state prison.
A person convicted of felony assault could get a maximum of 25 years in
prison and a charge of criminal possession of a weapon could bring up
to 15 years in prison.