The area's two shootings this year surpass last year's single incident.
The number of shooting victims has gone up in the 44th Precinct by over 150 percent.
Shootings in the 1st Precinct have been rare for at least the past 15 years, police say.
Both precincts have seen a roughly 30 percent decrease in shooting victims compared to last year.
The number of shootings in the area are on track to match last year's figures, according to NYPD data.
George Lowers, 32, fired multiple shots at a pair of brothers in Crown Heights, authorities said.
The murder happened on Saturday night at the corner of Clarkson Avenue near Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.
An argument between the two men turned violent on Carroll Street Thursday night, police said.
A man was shot in the butt and leg on Bedford Avenue near President Street, police said.
"Summer All Out" will see 330 officers sent out to patrol 10 precincts with rising crime.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Monday that stop-and-frisk has little impact in deterring crime.
And it's not just murders and shootings that are increasing across most of New York City.
The mayor said better training and technology will bring the crime numbers down.
Police released photos of two young men they believe are responsible for the May 18 shooting.
There was a 43 percent increase in murders last month, compared to May 2014, according to crime stats.
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