Jonathan Mack is wanted for gunning down a 52 year-old man
(Long Island, NY) A man is wanted for allegedly killing another man in Uniondale this past weekend, and the Nassau County Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in bringing him to justice.
Nassau Police released the identity and a photograph of Jonathan Mack, wanted in connection with the death of Isaac Andrews, 52, who was shot to death after the two men were alleged to have been involved in a verbal altercation Sunday morning, police said.
The shooting took place in front of a church located at 625 Hill Street during Sunday morning services. The argument that lead to the shooting was said to involve a dispute over money, according to authorities.
Both Mack and Andrews were said to be unemployed and had previously known to each other, having been acquaintances in the neighborhood prior to the incident, cops said.
Mack is currently at large, and Nassau County Homicide Detectives investigating the incident are asking that anyone who knows Mack’s whereabouts to call Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
Disclaimer: News articles on this site may contain opinions of the author, and if opinion, may not necessarily reflect the views of the site itself or the views of the owners of NewsLI.com, Long Island Media Inc., or Long Island Exchange®. For more information on our editorial policies please view our terms of service.