– also wanted for several armed robberies
Police have captured the suspected gunman who riddled 22-year-old East Ruimveldt resident, Senasie Lewis, with bullets outside the Ghetto Flex night spot in Albouystown last month.
Described by police as one of their most elusive suspects, the suspected gunman, who is from Charlestown, was captured in Georgetown yesterday during a joint police operation.
Police said that the suspect, who was reportedly released from prison this year on arms and ammunition charges, was also wanted in connection with “a series of armed robberies and violent crimes.”
Police sources said that the suspect is also a member of the gang that is involved in a bloody feud with individuals from East Ruimveldt.
Lewis, of Pineapple Street, East Ruimveldt, was shot at least nine times on September 4, last, outside of the Ghetto Flex night spot at the corner of Albouys and James Streets, Albouystown, execution style. Three others were shot up in what appeared to be a hit carried out by two gunmen
Two gunmen had approached on foot and escaped immediately after the execution in a waiting car that was parked on Sussex Street.
When Lewis fell to the ground and raised his head as he gasped for air, one of his gunmen reportedly walked up to him and shot him repeatedly to ensure that he was dead.
The killer was heard declaring, “He disrespectful.”
Relatives and friends did not hesitate to describe Lewis as a “Bad Man”.
One relative reported that Lewis had a lot of enemies. He would rob anyone, even his family. Others who knew of him said, “He does go to Cayenne and he does rob even thief men like heself.”
Some reports indicated that the killing was linked to a robbery that took place in Adelaide and Howes Street, Charlestown a few months ago during a domino tournament.
One man called “Fat Man” was robbed and shot in the leg on that occasion.
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