Federal prosecutor, nearby pedestrian struck by random stray bullets in Brooklyn shooting
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NEW YORK — A Manhattan federal prosecutor dining al fresco and a nearby pedestrian both dodged stray bullets after a gunman opened fire on a Brooklyn spring evening, police said Saturday as the city's gun violence numbers continue to mount. Assistant U.S. Attorney Mollie Bracewell, 34, was eating outside the Thai restaurant Muse on Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights when she was grazed across the face and cheek by a bullet fragment at 9 p.m. on Friday, police said. The second victim, 31-year-old Benjamin Bustamante, was walking with his wife when struck by a bullet in the right foot as the couple r...