Man pleads for stolen 4 days after the murder of college student

TOMS RIVER, N. J. – A man who said he was on a “jihad” to avenge U.S. policies in the Middle East has pleaded guilty to an armed robbery outside a coffee shop four days after the killing of a student at the university in New Jersey in 2014.

The Asbury Park Press is reporting that Muhammad Ali Brown — who has also said that he killed three other people in Seattle came to a guilty plea Friday to first-degree robbery and a charge of weapons in the June 2014 robbery in Point Pleasant Beach.

Brown previously pleaded guilty to shooting 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin as the victim was sitting at a traffic light in West Orange, a few miles of the airport of Newark.

He is currently working in 35 years for a West Orange robbery and has yet to plead in the state of Washington cases.


Information: Asbury Park (N. J.) Press,

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