By Theodore Parisienne and Wil Cruz
BROOKLYN — Three people were shot — one fatally — in a Crown Heights building late Sunday, police said.
Verdell Walker, 23, was inside of 1912 Pacific St. with two unidentified people when shots rang out just before 11 p.m., police said.
"I heard at least 10 shots," said Anthony English, 40, who lives next door and was watching television at the time. "We went to the window but we didn't see nothing."
Walker was hit in the chest and rushed to Kings County Hospital, police said.
"All I know is that someone came to my home and told me my son was shot," said Nanette Walker, Verdell Walker's mother. "They said that he had got shot and the bullet had went through his heart, put a hole in his heart and also the bullet went through his artery and his lungs so they couldn't stop that bleeding."
The victim died a short time later, police said.
"That's my first born son," Nanette Walker, 48, said. "And they took my son from us."
A 22-year-old woman took a bullet to the chest, and a 20-year-old man was shot several times in the body, police added.
Both victims were taken to Kings County Hospital, police said. The woman remained in critical condition, cops noted, while the male victim was listed in stable condition.
Police were looking into what sparked the shooting.
No one has been arrested.
"Somebody out here knows something. Somebody needs to say something," Nanette Walker added. "Help me, because if it was their son they would want help. That's all I'm asking for."
A police source said Walker had run-ins with the law, though it was unclear if that criminal history was linked to Sunday's shooting. Walker has 11 prior arrests in the city including charges for robbery, criminal possession of a weapon and drugs, the source added.
The other two victims also have arrest records, the source added.
Nicholas Rizzi contributed to this story.