BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Another 16-year-old boy is being arrested in the January murder of a delivery driver in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said Wednesday.
The second suspect was arrested in Rosedale on March 8 and charged with first-degree murder Baltimore police said that on January 24, Cheryl McCormack was shot and killed.
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The first 16-year-old suspect turned himself in shortly after 12:30 a.m. Wednesday to face charges. Due to their age, the suspects have yet to be identified.
McCormack, 51, was found dead around 2:18 a.m. that day at the 3900 block of White Avenue after she was shot during a robbery, police said.
McCormack’s husband told WJZ that his wife was driving for DoorDash that day when her car ran out of gas. He said his wife was caught red-handed when a friend went to get gas.
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“They tried to get my wife’s wallet and hers,” McCormack’s husband said. “She wouldn’t give it up and they shot her.”
About two weeks later, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives released surveillance video of two teenagers suspected in the McCormack murder.
The agency also offered a $5,000 reward for tips that led to the couple’s identity.
On Wednesday, McCormack’s husband told WJZ that his family felt comfortable following the news that the second alleged attacker had been arrested.
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