Michael Magnan began terrorizing the people in Flatlands around 1:00 p.m. Saturday first stopping at a house party on East 54 Street, where he found 10 revelers outside on a front porch. He opened fire hitting four people.
Magnan then fled the scene on foot without saying a word.
He then surfaced at the eSavoy Lounge on Flatbush Avenue where he demanded cash from two bouncers, when they refused him money he hit them with his gun then fled on foot.
Magnan demanded money from driver Eric Martine and when Martine, of Gateway Car Service, refused to give him his cash he whipped out his gun and began going through the 33-year-old driver’s pocket searching for money.
The teenager then pointed his gun at the two passengers in the back seat, 23-year-old Nikita Grebelskiy, of Forest Hills, Queens, and his 25-year-old sister Elizabeth Filatova demanding money.
Martine said he quickly punched the teenager in the face and then sped off, but Magnan shot at the back window hitting Grebelskiy in the head.
Grebelskiy was taken to Kings County Hospital, where doctors say he is brain dead.
The teenager then showed up at 9ja Villa, a Nigerian nightclub, and hit the bouncer with his gun before going inside and using his last bullet to shoot at the ceiling.
Having no more bullets, the teenager fled the club trailed by bouncers who flagged down officers who were on their way to the cab shooting.
He was arrested and taken to the 63rd Precinct stationhouse in Flatbush.