New York City police arrested a 13th suspect on Sunday in connection with the "brutal" stabbing of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz in June 19659004 Ronald Ureña, 29, was accused of murder, manslaughter, criminal possession of a criminal Weapon, gang attack and conspiracy, according to WPIX. His reported arrest marks the 13th in connection with the killing of Guzman-Feliz.
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Guzman-Feliz, 15, was stabbed on June 20 in a Bodega in the Bronx. In an obvious case of "false identity", members of the Trinitarios street gang said that their intended destination is not the teenager they allegedly attacked.
Luis Cabrera Santos, 25; Danilo Payamp's Pacheco, 21; Danel Fernandez, 21; Jose Muniz, 21; Manuel Rivera, 18; Santiago Rodriguez, 24; Kevin Alvarez, 19; Elvin Garcia, 23; Joniki Martinez, 24; Jose Taperez, 21; Diego Suero, 29; and Gabriel Ramirez Concepcion, 26, were also arrested in Guzman-Feliz's death, according to various reports.
On the night of June 20, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) said that officials responded to an emergency call for a raid shortly before midnight.
Surveillance footage showed that Guzman-Feliz was dragged out of business by his assailants, who were repeatedly stabbed at the teenager with a machete.
Guzman-Feliz was in an argument with a group outside the bodega on East 183rd Street and was stabbed in the neck. The suspects stormed and Guzman-Feliz ran to the hospital across the street, where he died.
The Department said in July that those responsible for the death of Guzman-Feliz "feel the wrath of the NYPD."
"We will not rest until someone is responsible" Having any role in this tragic incident will be brought to justice, "said then-boss of Detective Dermot Shea.
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Guzman-Feliz was inducted into the NYPD Explorers Youth Program and his dream was to be a detective for the city, his family said after his death, and a scholarship fund was set up in his honor and two teens leaving college this fall received their awards last week.
Nahomi Zambrano, one of the beneficiaries, told the WABC, "Some of my friends, her." I've been through a lot, and I want to change that. "
" I've always wanted to do that, especially gang crime, that's what Junior has been through, and I'm so sad about it, "said Zambrano
A Street in the Bronx was renamed in honor of Guzman-Feliz in June so that his "name and heritage will never be forgotten," said New York City Council member Ritchie Torres.