Three 'violent and dangerous' suspects being sought in connection to Syracuse murders, other crimes
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 19:02:22 GMT —
Syracuse Police are asking for the publicâ??s help in finding three dangerous suspects wanted in connection to two Syracuse murders, among other violent crimes.
22-year-old Alex â??Gordoâ?? Rosario, of 100 Lewis Street and 109 Kellogg Street, Apartment 1 in Syracuse, is wanted in connection to the murder of Juan Martinez and the shooting of another victim on August 1 in front of 109 Kellogg Street. Rosario is described as being a Hispanic man, 5â?? 6â?? tall and weighing 230 pounds. Police say Rosario should be considered armed and dangerous. He is wanted for second degree murder.
29-year-old Eddie â??EDJâ?? Carrasquillo, of 821 South Wilber Avenue, is wanted in connection with the murder of Jose Robello-Andino, which happened on August 3 in front of 102 Holden Street. He is described as being a black man, 6â?? 1â?? tall and weighing 170 pounds. Police say Carrasquillo should be considered armed and dangerous. He is also wanted for second degree murder.
The third suspect is 18-year-old Richard â??Ritchieâ?? Chatman, of 4184 Long Branch Road, Apartment 6, Liverpool. Chatman is wanted for criminal sale of a firearm and criminal possession of a weapon.
Police were called to break up a fight on the 100 block of Hudson Street on August 17. As officers approached, Chatman began to walk away, and passed a handgun from his pants pocket into the purse of a female acquaintance.
Chatman then ran, evading police. Officers recovered a loaded .25 caliber handgun.
On August 18, Chatman was a passenger in a vehicle and ran from Liverpool Police when they say he was â??failing to complyâ?? with them during a traffic stop.
Police say Chatman is also a suspect in an August 9 shooting on the 1500 block of Midland Avenue. Chatman is also considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to call Syracuse Police at 315-442-5222, or call 911.
Police urge the public not to approach or try to apprehend the suspects, as they are considered armed and dangerous.