The NYPD has locked down on another suspect connected to the vicious Bronx slaying of innocent teen Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz.
Earlier in the week, police were on the hunt for the 11th suspect and had a few leads: surveillance images and details of the suspect’s car. Eventually, Danilo Payamps-Pacheco, 21 turned himself in at the 48th Precinct in the Bronx on Friday morning.
Police believe Payamps-Pacheco was one of the drivers carrying the group of gang members. Pacheco allegedly was also part of the foot chase that pursued Guzman-Feliz for blocks, after a group of four vehicles carrying alleged Trinitarios gang members went looking for rivals the night of June 20.
It was said that Guzman-Feliz became scared when he saw the men in the cars and started running. That’s when they started chasing him, not realizing he wasn’t the guy they were actually looking for.
The teen ran out of his sandals as he raced down Third Avenue and then turned down East 183rd Street, storming into the bodega located at Bathgate Avenue and East 183rd Street. The gang members then found him and dragged Junior out of the store and stabbed him to death.
Payamps-Pacheco was charged with murder, manslaughter, gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon, cops said.
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