Members of a murderous street gang apologized for the savage killing of a 15-year-old Bronx boy, saying they mistook the teen for someone else, the victim's family said Saturday.
Surveillance video shows the suspects enter the bodega at Bathgate Avenue and East 183rd Street, where police say they dragged Lesandro onto the street. Initial arrests have been made, and more are anticipated, ' the statement said in part.
Police in Paterson, New Jersey said they received clues on the whereabouts of the suspects in New York-based Dominican gang, Trinitarios, and arrested three in the area as well as two more in The Bronx. Another distressing and graphic video shows him on the sidewalk, near the hospital, bleeding. Guzman-Feliz attended Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School.
According to CBS New York, Lesandro was attacked by a group of five men who were in a local gang.
Shortly after Guzman-Feliz's murder, a social media campaign titled #JusticeForJunior began to gain traction, calling for those who have information to step forward.
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"They dragged him from the store like a dog", Guzman-Feliz's 17-year-old sister, Genesis Collado-Feliz told the New York Post.
Guzman-Feliz's mother says her son told her he was going to loan a friend money at the bodega the night he was killed, and that was the last time she saw him.
"He tried to run into the store because he thought he'd be safe".
"His dream in the future was to be a detective", she said. People can be heard telling the boy, who was referred to as "junior", to "keep [his] eyes open" as they told him to "keep talking". Surveillance of the men was released by NY police on Friday. "He ran to the hospital and then collapsed in front of the emergency room".
"He [the gang leader] said they kicked all of them out of the gang", Grullon said. Mr. Guzman-Feliz limped to St. Barnabas Hospital but later succumbed to the mortal wounds.