Man pleads not guilty in N. Amityville fatal shooting

Police say Jakyma Bunn shot and killed Louis Wilson, of Kansas City, and injured his two younger brothers.

Police say Jakyma Bunn shot and killed Louise Wilson, of Kansas City, and injured his two younger brothers.

Police say Jakyma Bunn shot and killed Louise Wilson, of Kansas City, and injured his two younger brothers. (6/1/15)

NORTH AMITYVILLE - A North Amityville man is accused of shooting three brothers, killing one of them.

Police say Jakyma Bunn shot and killed Louis Wilson, of Kansas City, and injured his two younger brothers.

Suffolk police say the 44-year-old was killed in front of a North Amityville home on Coolidge Avenue at around 2 a.m. Saturday.

Louis' wife Tonya says her husband did not deserve to be killed.

"He was a peacemaker. It wasn't meant for him," Tonya Wilson told News 12.

She says he was home to see his mother who had been ill and to see his family in his hometown.

The other two brothers are still recovering in the hospital.

Bunn, 38, pleaded not guilty to murder and assault charges at court in Central Islip Monday. He will stay in jail without bail.

There was no word on his next court date.

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