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College Football Star Shot On Video: Accidentally 'Bumped' Thug

College Football Star Shot On Video: Accidentally ‘Bumped’ Thug

On Monday, A 20 year old college football star from New York City was shot inside of a bodega in Queens after he bumped a thug, and acccording to reports, the young star is now fighting for his life.

Police arrested Jeffrey Thurston in the shooting that left a college student and former player on the SUNY Buffalo football team critically injured in Queens Monday afternoon.

The police shared that, 20-year-old football star Malachi Capers accidentally bumped into the suspect inside of a bodega in Queens, and a fight broke out.

Man Accidentally Bumped A College Football Player Inside A Queens Bodega.. So He Grabbed The Strap & Shot Him!

Victim: Malachi Capers

The fight spilled outside of the bodega and onto the sidewalk, where authorities say Jeffrey took out a gun and shot Malachi in the chest. Malachi was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and is expected to survive.

Malachi was a high school football star at Flushing High School and played a defensive end at SUNY Buffalo. He remains a student there, majoring in psychology, though he has not played football since the 2018 season.




College Football Star Shot On Video: Accidentally 'Bumped' Thug

Wanted Suspect: Jeffrey Thurston

Watch the graphic video below:

Man Accidentally Bumped A College Football Player Inside A Queens Bodega.. So He Grabbed The Strap & Shot Him!

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