A second suspect in a shooting at a house party in Brooklyn was arrested in Maine over the weekend.
Parris Peterson-Lloyd, 25, was picked up in a car on the Maine Turnpike on Sunday.
He waived extradition and is expected to be brought back to New York to face charges.
It is not yet clear what role Peterson-Lloyd may have played in the shooting at a crowded house party in East Flatbush on June 30, where nine people were hurt.
Police say surveillance video shows Peterson-Lloyd and another suspect, 24-year-old Tyrone Brown, at the scene.
Brown has been arraigned on attempted murder, assault and weapons charges. He is being held on a half-million dollars bail.