Man charged in 2012 Syracuse deadly shooting
Wed, 08 Jan 2014 01:17:24 GMT —
Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler credited "outstanding policework and tips from the public," as he announced an arrest in a deadly shooting from 2012.
On November 4, 2012, police were called to 469 James Street for shots fired. A man identified as Andrew Doyle, 43, was found shot outside the doorway of an apartment building. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The investigation relied heavily on surveillance footage showing a blue colored vehicle leaving the scene and an unknown individual running behind it. Detectives were then able to identify a suspect through witness interviews and citizen tips.
Today, police found the suspect Jerami Lozada, 24, of Lewis Street, Syracuse, and charged him with 2nd degree murder. Lozada was arrested today during an appearance in Syracuse drug court where he was before a judge on an unrelated charge.