Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Snow Doesn’t Slow Down Cops

Snow Doesn’t Slow Down Cops
(Photo by David Greene)
By David Greene
BRONX, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 19- The repeated snow-storms have not sidelined detectives who continue to respond too and solve local homicides.
Police officers in Morrisania were called to the Forest Houses on Friday, February 15, where Darin Capeheart, 25, who suffered from spina bifida, was shot several times in the chest outside of the E. 166 Street building and died at Lincoln Hospital.
A second victim and friend of Capeheart, described by police as a 26-year old male, was shot several times in the legs and buttocks and survived.
Just six days later police charged Bronxites Salim Wilson, 22, the suspected trigger-man and his accomplice Julio Velasquez, 20. Both men were charged with murder and attempted murder and Velasquez was also charged with possession of a weapon.
Investigators needed less than two days to solve the January 26 stabbing death of Leobardo Garcia, 29. Garcia was stabbed in the chest while visiting a building on Grant Avenue in the Concourse section.
Police have charged Pedro Torres, 32, with murder and criminal possession of a weapon.  

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