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After school, a girl turns deadly in New York city.
Seven Long Island teens were on Friday arrested on gang assault charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of a high school student, who was picked up by the audience earlier in the month.
Prosecutors say the teens were involved in the Sept. 16 of these are in Nassau County, the 16-year-old Oceanside High School student, Khaseen Morris’s death, They were arrested Friday.
Earlier this week, Tyler Flach, 18, of Lido Beach, L. I., was charged with second-degree murder. He is being held without bail.
The police are said to be from the 50’s and 70’s teens looked down at the bloody fight, and a few entered the fight on a mobile phone, while it’s nothing to do in order to help Morris.
SUSPECT, 18, IS BEING HELD IN THE MURDER OF A NEW YORK TEEN WHO WAS FATALLY, WHILE THE STUDENTS RECORDED THE ATTACK IN THE POLICE
The victim’s sister, told Newsday that she was comforted, due to the additional arrests.
“People will be able to do this with someone who is so good, and I think that it’s not going to get any kind of justice,” Keyanna Morris, 30, told the newspaper.
Tyler Flach, 18, of Lido Beach (top left), is charged with murder in the stabbing death of a Khaseen Together. Seven people, including Haakim Mechan, 19 (top right), Javonte Neals, 18 (top right), Marquis Stephens, Jr., 18, as Love Said, For 17, Sean Merritt, 17, and below, from left to right), were charged with gang assault in the case.
(Nassau County Police Department )
Those arrested included a 19-year-old-Haakim Mechan, an 18-year-old, Marquis, Stephen, an 18-year-old Javonte Neals, the 17-year-old Taj Said, and the 17-year-old Sean Merritt, all of Long Beach.
They have pleaded not guilty to second-degree gang assault at their arraignment Saturday in Hempstead.
Two 16-year-olds were also charged with gang assault, but was not called up by the police because of their age. Scott Gross, an attorney for one of the 16-year-olds, said that his client “played no role” in the killing.
LONG ISLAND HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ATTACK RATHER THAN HELP TO PUT THE TOE WHICH LATER DIED, POLICE SAY
Detective Lt Stephen Fitzpatrick, said in a press conference held on Saturday in the battle at a strip mall in the vicinity of Oceanside High School, started out as least, it was the ex-girlfriend of one of the suspects.
Fitzpatrick said the defendants all took part in the assault on Morris.
“Each and every one of them to take an active role to play,” he said. “They came here with the intent to seriously hurt him. Khaseen have been killed as a result of it.”
“This is just the first step in the direction of justice,” Fitzpatrick said of the arrests, according to WPIX-TV.
Morris’ funeral will be held on Saturday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.