A 16-year-old apprehended in a fatal triple shooting incident near the Inwood subway station

Late Sunday night, law enforcement officials arrested and charged a 16-year-old in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred outside a subway station in upper Manhattan.

On late Tuesday night, authorities arrested the teenager and charged him with murder and criminal possession of a weapon, as confirmed by the police on Wednesday.

Just before midnight, gunshots rang out near the steps of the 207th Street subway station in Inwood.

According to reports, the shooting incident claimed the lives of two men, while a third man was injured but managed to survive. It is believed that none of the victims were the intended targets of the attack.

The community is coming together to honor the memory of the late employee who dedicated 30 years of his life to the neighborhood, with the last 10 spent working at the local pizzeria. A touching memorial has been set up in the area as a tribute to his service and commitment to the community.

The sudden loss of such a wonderful man and dedicated worker has left his community in a state of shock and disbelief.

Ramirez’s co-workers are rallying together to organize a GoFundMe campaign in order to help cover the funeral costs. He leaves behind a 24-year-old son.

It is suspected that the reason behind this incident is related to the continuous sales of marijuana at the said location.

According to Josh Einiger, there has been a construction pause and he has provided further details on the matter.

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