Six men who New Jersey police arrested in connection with the brutal slaying last week are on their way to NY after extradition hearings.
The latest suspect, identified as Elvin Garcia, was taken into custody in the Bronx and is set to be arraigned later Tuesday, officials said.
One suspect, 19-year-old Kevin Alvarez was seen wearing a dark hoodie and hanging his head as police escorted him from a Bronx criminal court.
The second surveillance video apparently captures Guzman-Feliz seconds after a group of men repeatedly stabbed him outside the bodega.More news: Harley-Davidson Announces Overseas Move, Cites Tariffs
Six suspects were being held in Paterson, New Jersey Monday, awaiting an extradition hearing in the brutal death of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz.
No arrests had been made as of Sunday but Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea vowed to get justice for the teen. "I want my son with me". They had recently taken two of the suspects into custody but were later able to track down three more members that they arrested, as well.
A few days ago, Bronx native Cardi posted about the murder, expressing outrage at the ways police officers target people of color and contribute to their deaths but don't do enough to help them when necessary. They said there is no evidence that suggests Guzman-Feliz was the person these men were intending to target.
A photo of Guzman-Feliz shared by the NYPD shows him wearing a jacket for the force's Explorer program, which introduces city 14-to-20-year-olds to careers in law enforcement. The video also featured a relative of one of the gang members.More news: Meghan Markle stuns at event with husband Prince Harry and The Queen
Pop superstar Rihanna has joined the rallying cry for justice for murdered Bronx teen Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz.
She also noted, before the negative comments began, that they did more than just bring jerseys and sneakers.
The leader of the Trinitarios gang apologized on Facebook, saying the vicious killing resulted from a case of mistaken identity, WPIX reported. In a statement, the school said they were "heartbroken" at the loss of the teen, while confirming they will be paying for his funeral expenses.
Following his death, a GoFundMe page was set up for the family - it has so far raised $146,627 (£110,638) of a $15,000 (£11,318) goal.More news: Cavs select Bama's Sexton to help convince LeBron to stay
New York Police Commissioner James O'Neill was among the hundreds who attended his wake.