Accused Roxborough Shooters Implicated In Another Killing: Report

PHILADELPHIA β€” Three youngsters who’re charged with homicide and associated crimes in reference to the lethal Roxborough capturing are actually accused of a second killing that occurred the day earlier than.

Troy Fletcher, 15, Zyhied Jones, 17, and Dayron Burney-Thorne, 16, are all implicated within the capturing demise of 19-year-old Tahmir Jones on Sept. 26.

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Tahmir Jones was shot the afternoon of Sept. 26 on the 600 block of North 13th Street.

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Authorities stated three folks, who they allege are Fetcher, Zyhied Jones, and Burney-Thorne, obtained out of a automobile and fired about 20 pictures at Tahmir Jones.

The Inquirer reviews police haven’t established a connection between Tahmir Jones’ killing and the Roxborough capturing.

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Fletcher and Zyhied Jones are in police custody, however Burney-Thorne remains to be a fugitive from justice in reference to the Sept. 27 capturing exterior Roxborough High college.

Killed was Nicholas Elizalde, 14, of Havertown.

Four different youngsters have been damage within the capturing.

U.S. Marshals are working with Philadelphia Police to convey Burney-Thorne into custody.

A $5000 money reward is being provided instantly upon his arrest.

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Yaaseen Bivins, 21, and Saleem Miller, 16, are additionally in custody in reference to the Roxborough capturing.

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