have now arrested 3 men in connection with .
According to a release issued today, Rye Brook police department detectives and investigators from the Westchester County District Attorney's Office Major Case Squad arrested two men in Albany, Georgia on Thursday, October 20:
- Rasheed Duncombe, 23, of 1250 E. 223 St., Bronx, NY
- Kimel Mitchell, 17, of 2766 Morgan Ave., Bronx NY
The two are currently being held in Dougherty County Jail. Rye Brook Police Chief Gregory Austin said the suspects may be extradited to New York by next week.
A third man has been held in Westchester County Jail since September 21.
Demar Lewin, 22, of 120 Benchley Place, Bronx, NY was arrested in Co-Op City in the Bronx. He was arraigned in Rye Town Court and denied bail.
All three men have been charged with attempted murder in the second degree, robbery in the first degree and assault in the first degree. Chief Austin said neither of the three were residents at the home and that the identity of crime victims would not by disclosed by the department.
On September 17, two men were shot at a residence on 3 Roanoke Ave. after a dispute over marijuana, according to Chief Austin. One man was shot in the buttocks. The 20-year old victim was treated at Westchester Medical Center and released after several days.
A second man, age 21, was in a coma for several weeks after suffering a gunshot wound to the head. He was also treated at Westchester Medical Center and is recovering.
The shooting incident also revealed .
The dispute between the men involved with the shooting occurred in an upstairs bedroom that was rented out as a separate apartment.
Hector Mattiaccio, another tenant at the residence who was not involved in the shooting incident, paid a $500 fine in Rye Town Court for housing violations at the residence. He admitted constructing the walls, but said the .
Mattiaccio said two upstairs bedrooms and the basement were being rented by additional boarders while he occupied the main floor with his wife.
Homeowner Maria Martinez is currently facing four housing violation charges in Rye Town Court and was found guilty of the same charges in 2006.