NYPD IDs 1 of 5 suspects in mistaken-identity machete killing

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Another suspect was taken into custody in the Dominican Republic, a source said. After the brutal attack, Junior ran to St. Barnabas Hospital where he collapsed and later died. The teen appeared in court on Monday and pleaded not guilty to the charges against him which include murder, manslaughter and gang assault.

The gang's leader reportedly apologized on Facebook, according to reports, saying that it was a case of mistaken identity and that Junior was not the intended victim.

Lesandro Guzman-Ortiz was mistakenly identified as being in the video.

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Wilkinson said she made the decision knowing there could be backlash that hurt her business. She added that it seems like Democrats are "outwardly opposed" to Americanism.

"While it might be unfair to expect a business owner, untrained in law enforcement, to perform heroics in the midst of savage gang violence, the failure to do something as basic as calling 911 is morally unconscionable", the council members wrote in the joint statement.

"Since he was 5 years old, he told me, 'Mommy, I want to be a police, '" his mother Leandra Feliz told the Post.

According to reports, Lesandro Guzman-Feliz was stabbed multiple times with a machete after getting into an argument with a group of men in a bodega near his home in the Bronx Wednesday night (Jun. 20). He pleaded not guilty to the charges and is now being held without bail, the New York Times reports. Some athletes and celebrities, including Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia, rapper Cardi B, and singer Rihanna, have also called for justice and have expressed their condolences.

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Guzman-Feliz can first be seen running into the store looking for protection from his attackers; a worker initially resists helping him but ultimately lets him behind the counter. People be like " call the police!" The hashtag #JusticeForJunior has gone viral, and a GoFundMe page set up to financially support his family has far surpassed its $15,000 goal. Collado-Feliz described her younger brother as a "good kid" who enjoyed playing video games like Fortnite and 2K "live every 15-year-old", she said.

Thousands of people visited a Southern Boulevard funeral parlor to pay their respects to a slain Bronx teen for the second straight day Tuesday. Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea of the NYPD made a vow to catch the teen's murderers. The teen manages to hobble back into the store looking for help, however, surveillance video shows. His family said he wanted to become a police officer.

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