Teen busted in broad-daylight NYC killing of LA drill rapper Avanti Frowner

A teen has been arrested in the broad-daylight capturing loss of life of a Los Angeles-based drill rapper at a Bronx pharmacy earlier this month, authorities say. 

River Jones, 18, was picked up by investigators Wednesday at a dorm constructing on the Monroe College campus in New Rochelle in Westchester County and charged with homicide in the June 9 slaying of 27-year-old rapper Avanti Frowner, police stated.

Jones was one of the suspects who allegedly beat and robbed Frowner — aka Money Gang Vontae – simply earlier than 3:45 p.m. inside Amazing Pharmacy at 595 E. Tremont Ave., in line with a legal grievance.

Another suspect who stays at giant repeatedly shot Frowner in the physique and torso, prosecutors stated. 

Frowner was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, the place he was pronounced useless.

Police stated in addition they are nonetheless trying to find a number of others in the slaying. 

Bronx 'Amazing Pharmacy' murder victim
The broad-daylight capturing occurred earlier in June.
Police stated in addition they are nonetheless trying to find a number of others in the slaying. 

Chilling footage of the capturing obtained by The Post confirmed 4 of the suspects battling Frowner earlier than one of them fired off a minimum of 4 pictures.

The group then ran, leaving the helpless sufferer sprawled out behind the counter with a blood-soaked shirt.

The suspects made off with Frowner’s chain and money, sources stated.

He was in city for a present, in line with police sources and his dad.

Frowner was 27 years outdated when he was killed in the capturing.
The NYPD investigates the scene of the deadly capturing.

“They don’t need to be on the streets no more — ever!” Avanti’s dad, Roger Frowner, 56, advised The Post. “If they kill somebody in broad daylight, inside of a store, they are treacherous.” 

“They made a mistake,” Frowner continued. “They did the dumbest thing they could ever do in life. And I hope God will make them pay for it all.”

Jones was ordered held with out bail throughout his Thursday arraignment.

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