New Rochelle shootings: Victim identified, police investigating if 3 shootings are connected

A man was killed and four others were wounded during a night of gunfire in New Rochelle this weekend.
Police in New Rochelle have been busy trying to figure out the reason behind the shootings and if they are in any way connected. 
Detectives say it was just before midnight when gunfire erupted near Horton Avenue and Brook Street. They say five men were attending a gathering in the area when bullets started flying.
Investigators say MD Anderson Kerny Jr., 29, of Brooklyn was shot in the neck. He later died from his injuries.
Another man was shot in the back and underwent surgery while the other three men were treated for injuries that are not life-threatening.
Then about an hour later, were called to 361 Main St., which is a six-story apartment building that's about a mile away from where the deadly shooting occurred.
Detectives say someone stood in the courtyard and fired rounds at the building, striking windows on the third, fourth and fifth floors. Luckily there were no injuries.
These two incidents followed a report about gunfire aimed at a pickup truck that was moving through Union Avenue and Fourth Street late Friday night. No injuries were reported there.
Shell casings were recovered at all three scenes. Violence is not new to this neighborhood. Last July, a shooting occurred on the same street killing one man and wounding another.
Police are saying they don't know if there is any connection between the shootings and have not identified any suspects.
They are asking that anyone with information call the New Rochelle Police Department at (914) 654-2300.