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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

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An 18-year-old man from New York’s Long Island, was on Wednesday arrested and charged in the death of a 16-year-old student who was stabbed outside a pizza shop earlier this week.

The police are brought in, Tyler Flach, of Lido Beach, new york, new york with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Khaseen Together. Adobe flash will be arraigned on Thursday morning, Nassau County police department, officials said.

LONG ISLAND HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ATTACK RATHER THAN HELP TO PUT THE TOE WHICH LATER DIED, POLICE SAY

Khaseen Morris, 16, was fatally, while dozens of teenagers standing around watching and the cops have to say.

Morris was stabbed once in the chest during an after-school fight on Monday, in the vicinity of Oceanside high School. Adobe flash was said to be one of eight from a local high school. The fight may have been in retaliation for morris to spend time with one of their ex-girlfriends.

The police said that between 50 and 70 teenagers looked down at the bloody fight, at least some of them, and the record of the fight on their mobile phones, while failing to do anything to defend the Least, of his assailants. Morris was rushed to the hospital, where he died, Newsday reported.

“The children just stood there and did not help Khaseen,” Detective Lt Stephen Fitzpatrick, of the Nassau County Police Department, said at a news conference on Tuesday. “They videoed the time of his death, instead of helping him.”

“The children just stood there and did not help Khaseen. They videoed the time of his death, instead of helping him.”

— Lt., Stephen Fitzpatrick, a detective with the Nassau County Police Department

Also Wednesday, the Nassau County police department assigned additional officers to the Oceanside High School as a response to a threat against the school.

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Hundreds attended candlelight vigils on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and held in the parking lot, where a scuffle was taking place, Newsday reported. A second teenager was admitted to the hospital with a broken arm and swelling to the head following Monday’s fight.

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