GATES, N.Y. (AP) - Police in suburban Rochester, N.Y., have charged a second man with gunning down a 19-year-old as he waited outside a shoe store for a new pair of sneakers.
Gates Police Chief David DiCaro says 21-year-old Kesean McKenzie-Smith of Rochester was charged Tuesday with second degree murder and attempted robbery in connection with the killing of Montre Bradley.
Bradley was in a line of people waiting outside a closed shoe store about 4 a.m. Aug. 31 to buy a new pair of $220 Nike Foamposites.
Police say McKenzie-Smith and another man, 19-year-old William Wilkins, accosted people in the line and demanded cash at gunpoint. They say the pair stole cash and property from several people before shooting Bradley.
Police did not know if McKenzie-Smith had a lawyer.
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