In February, a college student was found dead on freight train tracks in Brooklyn after being shot in the head and burned. Recently, a 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder.
In February, a college student was discovered shot in the head and burned to death on the tracks of a freight train in Brooklyn. Recently, a 19-year-old man was arrested for the brutal murder.
Brooklyn resident Isaiah Baez was arrested on Thursday at 10:30 pm and is facing charges of murder, criminal possession of a weapon, and falsification of physical evidence in connection with the killing of DeAndre Matthews.
According to reports, a mother named Danielle Matthews has filed a missing person’s report for her son after he failed to return home. Matthews reportedly used a tracking device to locate her burnt-out SUV in Crown Heights, which was a few miles away from where the body was discovered.
According to the victim’s mother, Danielle Matthews, she referred to Baez as “evil” and expressed that she could not and would not forgive him for taking away her only child.
After her arrest, a woman told News 12 The Bronx that “He deserves everything he gets.” The individual stated that the subject deserves to remain incarcerated indefinitely.
According to reports, a resident named Matthews, residing on East 56th Street in the vicinity of Linden Boulevard in East Flatbush, was reported missing on February 6.
Nineteen-year-old Isaiah Baez is under suspicion for the murder of DeAndre Matthews, a college student, which occurred in February.
Nineteen-year-old Isaiah Baez was taken into custody on Thursday and is facing charges of murder, weapons, and tampering with evidence. The charges stem from the February killing of DeAndre Matthews, a 19-year-old college student.
On February 6, Matthews disappeared and was discovered the following day in Brooklyn, having been both shot and burned.
The following day, authorities discovered an individual deceased on the train tracks located on Nostrand Avenue, in close proximity to Brooklyn College. The victim had sustained a gunshot wound to the head and exhibited extensive burns throughout their body.
According to the police, Matthews exhibited symptoms of smoke inhalation.
According to family members, Matthews had pursued criminal justice at SUNY Broome Community College with aspirations of working as a social worker.
The body of Matthews was discovered on the tracks of a freight train near Brooklyn College. The body was charred and had a gunshot wound to the head.
In a bid to finance his college education, a teenager, affectionately referred to as Dre by his family and friends, has secured a job at the TLC buggy shop located in Crown Heights.
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