Here’s the trail of death and destruction allegedly left by members of NYC’s ‘Hoolies’ gang

This week’s indictment of 18 reputed gang members not only solved the infamous slaying of a 1-year-old Brooklyn boy, it nailed those responsible for three more murders and a slew of other shootings, authorities say.

Members of the Hoolies gang allegedly murdered a total of four victims and left nine more wounded while unleashing mayhem across Bedford-Stuyvesant amid a deadly turf war with the rival 900 gang.

Seven people — the majority of the 13 shot — were innocent bystanders caught up in the violence that the remorseless Hoolies allegedly perpetrated — and later celebrated in posts on Facebook and Instagram, as well as in music videos uploaded to YouTube.

Following are the 15 shootings outlined in the 63-count indictment pending against the defendants:

May 15, 2018

Jerry “Double O” Washington, allegedly shot a 900 member multiple times in the back around 10 a.m. near in a courtyard of the Marcy Houses, near 626 Park Ave. The victim survived.

Dec. 4, 2018

Shortly after the slaying of Hoolies leader Jahlil “Jackboy” Grant, 21, and the wounding of Akhil “Beans” Artis, 24 — allegedly by a 900 member and an accomplice — various Hoolies members met in a Roosevelt Houses apartment to allegedly plot a series of revenge shootings. The first took place at 7:22 p.m at the intersection of Ralph Avenue and Bainbridge Street, where Rasheen Parnell, 27 — known as both “Hoolie Sco” and “Baby Rah” — allegedly shot an innocent bystander four times in the torso, left leg and groin, leaving the 23-year-old man paralyzed.

Dec. 4, 2018

A second retaliatory shooting took place around 10:17 p.m., when Travis Scott, 33 — known as “Loso” and “Trav” — allegedly opened fire at Tyree Walker, 35, as he walked toward his home at 997 Myrtle Ave. Walker — who authorities say was not a 900 member — was hit multiple times in the torso and died.

Dec. 5, 2018

A third shooting tied to Grant’s slaying took place at around 12:40 a.m., when several Hoolies drove to the Kingsborough Houses and fired multiple shots from a 9-mm. pistol near Ralph Avenue and Dean Street, hitting an innocent bystander in the chest. The 43-year-old victim survived.

March 8, 2019

Several Hollies walked into Hoolie territory, where Michael “Doogie” Parnell, 19, allegedly opened fire at a group of 900 members standing in front of the apartment building at 260 Herkimer St. around 6 p.m.

March 23, 2019

Dominick Scott, 28 — known as “Chino” and “Domo” — allegedly followed a man into 65 Tomkins Ave., part of the Tompkins Houses, around 5:40 a.m. and asked if he was “900.” Scott then allegedly shot the man in his arm, pistol-whipped him and stole his cellphone. The victim was not a gang rival.

March 3, 2020

Jayquan Lane, 28 — known as “Bo” and “Boshaun” — and Dashawn Austin, 25 — known as “Capo,” “Doo Doo” and “Hot Wheels” — drove to the Kinanm Lounge, 856 Atlantic Ave., around 12:20 a.m. after Lane got a text message saying that a member of the rival “Pop Out Boys” gang was there. At about 3:10 a.m., Lane and Austin allegedly followed POB member Janile Whitted to the nearby Amour Cabaret, 566 Nostrand Ave., where Austin made his way through the crowd and allegedly fired several shots into Whitted’s chest, killing him.

March 9, 2020

Several Hoolies traveled in a white Mercedez-Benz to the Raymond Bush Playground at 457 Madison St., where a memorial was being held for Whitted. Once there, they got out and opened fire at the mourners with a 9-mm. pistol.

April 4, 2020

Unique “Trilla” Newell, 21, leaned out the window of a white Mercedes-Benz driven by Jonathan Arroyo, 29 — known as “Junito” and “Jayo” — and opened fire at a person riding a scooter across from 231 Throop Ave., part of the Sumner Houses, around 6:11 p.m. The intended target was shot in the chest but survived.

June 24, 2020

Artis — since recovered from his 2018 shooting — allegedly repeatedly fired a pistol at a black sedan that had driven past him near 69 Stuyvesant Ave., in Hoolie territory, around 9:50 p.m.

June 25, 2020

A Hoolies member identified only as “RM” drove a Chrysler Pacifica alongside a teal-colored sedan near the brownstone at 579 Monroe St. around 5:03 p.m., at which point someone inside the Pacifica fired a pistol toward the sedan and a group of people nearby.

July 12, 2020

A three-car caravan of a Mercedes-Benz, an Audi and a Volkswagen Jetta lined up in front of the apartment building at 365 Pulaski St., where cops spotted the activity and activated the lights on a patrol car around 11:15 p.m. The Jetta sped off, luring away the cops, after which the Mercedes and the Audi turned onto Madison Street, near a park where a cookout was underway. The two cars circled the block and returned moments later, when Austin and a second, unidentified shooter allegedly got out of Audi and opened fire at a group of people attending the cookout. Four innocent bystanders were hit, including 1-year-old Davell Gardner, who later died. The three others survived.

Aug. 8, 2020

Divine Moore, 25 — who’s known as “Eaz” and “Squeak” — allegedly used a .40-caliber pistol to shoot into a dark-colored sedan owned by a 900 member that was traveling east past 365 Pulaski St. around 5:12 p.m.

Aug. 15, 2020

Brandon “Lee Loc” Lee, 25, allegedly fired a 9mm pistol at both a dark-colored sedan and a white vehicle in front of 375 Pulaski St. at around 11:49 p.m.

Sept. 1, 2020

Lamore “La” Weems, 23, and Freedom Williams, 27, who’s known as “Free” and “Free Lite,” went into a bodega at 147 Park Ave. around 10:20 p.m., after which 900 member Tavon Parker pulled up in a car and also entered the bodega. Parker bought something to drink, then went back to his car. Weems allegedly handed Williams a loaded, 9-mm. pistol and told him, “Do what you do” after Williams said Parker was an “Opp.” Williams then allegedly went outside and fired three shots into the driver’s side of Parker’s car, hitting Parker in the head. He died three days later.

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