despp: Connecticut State Troopers Arrest 12th Suspect as Fugitve from Justice in NYPD Homicide Investigation
2018

Connecticut State Troopers Arrest 12th Suspect as Fugitve from Justice in NYPD Homicide Investigation


 
{Connecticut State Police Patch}

Dr. Dora B. Schriro
Commissioner
Colonel George F. Battle
Deputy Commissioner
Division of State Police
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 10, 2018



Connecticut State Troopers Arrest 12th Suspect as Fugitive from Justice 

in NYPD Homicide Investigation


 
Southbury, CT. (July 9, 2018): Connecticut State Troopers stopped and detained the 12th suspect in the New York Police Department (NYPD) investigation into the homicide of 15-year-old Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz.

On July 9, 2018 at approximately 2:36 p.m., troopers from Troop A-Southbury were conducting motor vehicle enforcement on I-84 eastbound in the Danbury area when a trooper’s License Plate Reader (LPR) signaled that a passing motor vehicle was wanted in connection to a homicide in New York City.


Several Connecticut State Police Troopers and Western District Major Crime Detectives stopped the suspect vehicle on I-84 eastbound near exit 13 in Southbury.


The operator was identified by his New York driver’s license as Luis A. Cabrarasantos (dob 6/26/93) of  732 Soundview Ave., Bronx, NY. Troopers contacted NYPD detectives who relayed that Cabrarasantos was wanted in connection to the homicide of Guzman-Feliz and was considered the 12th suspect.


Cabrarasantos was transported to Troop A-Southbury and detained until NYPD detectives arrived to continue the homicide investigation and interview Cabrarasantos.


As the result of an extraditable Arrest Warrant (Murder 2 and other violent felonies) issued by the New York court system, Connecticut State Troopers arrested Cabrarasantos and charged him with Fugitive from Justice.


Cabrarasantos was held on a $1,000,000.00 bond and transported to New Haven Correction Center where he is being held pending a court appearance at Waterbury Superior Court before transfer to NYPD and extradition back to New York.



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