NEW YORK (AP) — A suspect has been arrested in the killings of three men who were shot to death in a parked car near Columbia University's campus in New York City.
Thirty-year-old Roberto Nunez was arrested Saturday on murder charges in the June 7 killings. It's not immediately clear whether he has a lawyer, and a possible phone number for one of his relatives rang busy.
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says detectives did a masterful job tracking down a suspect who initially appeared out of reach.
Surveillance video showed a suspect calmly walking away from the car and discarding his shirt a few blocks away.
Police say they found Nunez' DNA on the shirt. They say an undercover officer also obtained the murder weapon during the investigation.