A New York City teenager who was fatally gunned down outside his high school was recognized by police Friday — as one other teen was slapped with fees associated to the attainable gang-related capturing.
Mark Greene, 18, was standing at a bus cease exterior North Queens Community High School in Kew Gardens Hills round 3 p.m. when he was instantly blasted by gunfire, legislation enforcement sources stated beforehand.
Cops recovered a gun on the scene and took two individuals into custody. Michael Raly, 18, was charged with felony possession of a weapon on Friday, sources stated.
The second individual of curiosity hadn’t been charged as of Friday, in response to sources. No one has been charged with the homicide but.
Police suspect the capturing was gang-related and that the sufferer might have been a gang affiliate.
The teen was rushed to Jamaica Hospital however couldn’t be saved.
“I advised him, ‘Wake up, don’t sleep. Don’t sleep.’ He was respiratory however he wasn’t transferring,” native resident Ricardo Espinoza advised The Post after the incident Thursday, including the teenager was shot three or 4 occasions.
The tragedy passed off simply across the nook from the college, close to the nook of 77th Road and Main Street, Espinoza stated.
“He put the gun within the pocket of his sweatshirt and ran. He handed me proper there, so I simply lined my children and put my children within the automobile. He ran all the best way down,” stated Espinoza, 35.
Relatives of Greene couldn’t be instantly reached for remark