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Yesterday afternoon Charles Mozdir—who police have been searching for since 2012, alleging that he had inappropriate relationships with children—shot two U.S. Marshals and a detective while working at Smoking Culture head shop on West Fourth Street. Mozdir, 32, was shot and killed, and the three law enforcement officials were taken to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition. [NY Post]

Williamsburg-based Brooklyn Brewery wants to build a $70 million production facility in Staten Island. [Crain’s NY]

Mission Cantina on the Lower East Side now delivers to Noho and the East Village sans $10 surcharge. Delivery orders must exceed $20. [Grub Street]

Read The Times‘s obituary for Kim’s Video & Music. [NYT]

Owners of a Dollar Store on Gates Avenue opened a juice bar next door called Baar. Those who spend $20 at the Dollar Store earn themselves a free Baar bubble tea. [Bushwick Daily]

Watch Heathers for free tomorrow night at McCarren Park‘s Summer Screen series. Doors open at 6 p.m. [Brokelyn]

Rideshare service Lyft is off to a rocky start after launching this weekend in Brooklyn and Queens. [DNA Info]

Kings County Distillery co-founder Colin Spoelman waxes nostalgic on all his previous jobs. [Brokelyn]

Nolita bagel shop Black Seed expanded its menu to include breakfast sandwiches. [Gothamist]

Here’s a Q&A with Williamsburg jewelry shop owner and boob ring brainchild Nora Kogan. [Racked NY]

At Pilgrim New York on the Lower East Side, these vintage designer jewels will be 30 percent off from Thursday through Monday. []

Thursday through Sunday, Williamsburg’s Jewish-Japanese fusion restaurant Shalom Japan toasts its first anniversary with $1 Schaefer beers and mini challahs made with sake yeast. [Eater NY]

Silk Cakes, a bakery specializing in wedding cakes, opened on Ludlow Street. [Eater NY]

Williamsburg boutique Life:Curated marked down spring and summer styles by up to 80 percent. [Racked NY]