NEW YORK. – Dominican fugitive Abraham Fiorentino, syndicated as one of the six robbers who were killed during a robbery in Upper Manhattan, also Dominican Charlie Reynoso, was captured yesterday Thursday morning in a suburb of Georgia (Atlanta), where he was hiding, in the midst of an intense search for the New York police.
The commander of Barracks 33 said Fiorentino was extradited to the city from Atlanta and formally charged with charges of second-degree murder, theft and criminal possession of a weapon.
Reynoso, 24, died after being shot in the head when he was with several friends on June 8, at 5:00 a.m. in front of the 508 West building on 166th Street in Upper Manhattan, days before he turned his 25, who planned to celebrate in the Dominican Republic, where he had already bought the flight.
He also aspired to open a Day Care center in Brooklyn, where he lived with his mother.
Reynoso, took a basin of hooka, while the robber who killed him, encased one of his friends, bent down, walked quickly to the thief and hit him twice in the back of the head.
While the thief fell, he managed to take the gun at lightning speed and hit Reynoso in the jaw that fell instantly dead on the road.
The robbers, all armed, fled in two vehicles they boarded, as shown in the video that captured all the details of the robbery and the murder.
Police deployed an intense hunt against the suspects, who were identified several days ago.
Three of them, Michael Gomez, Lewis Rivas Grullón and Ariel Gomez, were already arrested before capturing Fiorentino in Atlanta.
Detectives are still looking for Krystopher Francisco, who is syndicated as Reynoso’s killer and his accomplice, Steven Martinez.