Police have captured a third adolescent suspect in the wounding homicide of Barnard’s first-year recruit Tessa Majors, who was executed in December in Morningside Park.
The New York Post reports that Luciano Lewis, 14, gave up to police on Wednesday morning. Police had before addressed Lewis however discharged him without charges.
Lewis’ capture is the third in association with Majors’ homicide on December 11, during what police have described as a messed up burglary. The adolescent presumes will apparently be charged as a grown-up and is relied upon to be summoned on Wednesday.
As media reports recently detailed, Zyairr Davis, 13, and 14-year-old Rashaun Weaver were captured not long ago and are dealing with various indictments.
As indicated by the New York Post, Weaver is associated with submitting the lethal wounding. Police sources allegedly said that DNA proof found under Majors’ fingernails connected Weaver to the wrongdoing.
“What we can do is say that we are sure that we have the individual in care who cut her,” NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said a week ago.
Majors, who were initially Virginia, were 18 years of age at the hour of her homicide.