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Teenager Connected To Murder Of Tess Majors Has Been Located

The NYPD has located the individual connected to the murder of Tess Majors (BC ’23) that occurred earlier this month.

After weeks of searching, the NYPD has located the teenager connected to the murder of Tess Majors. This update on the case comes after the NYPD made the unusual action in releasing the pictures of the suspect even though he is a minor. Another allegedly involved individual, a thirteen-year-old, was arrested two weeks ago.

NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison confirmed that the teenager has been located via Twitter this morning. It is not specified whether the individual is in custody or where he was located. Bwog reached out this morning and the NYPD refused to comment further as “this remains an active an[d] ongoing investigation.”

Update 3:25 PM: According to a recent tweet from NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, the teenager was released from police custody and is in his attorneys’ custody. The investigation is still active.

Barnard Gates via Bwog Archives

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous JUSTICE! FOR TESSA.
    please advocate for the perpetrators to be tried as adults.
    Viscous and Heinous crimes have to
    The same consequences in the punishments for these acts.
    I’m praying for Justice for Tessa.
    The sad part is she herself might have forgiven them if she survived this senseless and brutal attack.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Remember when all the social justice warriors told us “there was no evidence” the kid was black? That’s the state of the alt left.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous According to the New York Times:

    “The authorities believed that the teenager’s family was shielding him until a mark on his hand healed, an official briefed on the case said. The official described the mark as consistent with a bite.”

    Remind me again why the family members aren’t being charged with obstruction of justice?

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