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Posted at 1:46 PM ET, 12/10/2010

Man charged with killing D.C. teenager

By Paul Duggan

A District man was charged with murder Friday in the shooting of a 16-year-old boy, police said.

Raymond Roseboro, 20, of Northwest, was arrested by members of the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force and charged with second-degree murder in Tuesday's slaying of Prince Okorie, who also lived in Northwest.

Okorie was found bleeding from bullet wounds shortly before 4:30 p.m. by officers responding to a report of gunshots in the 800 block of Delafield Place NW.

He was later pronounced dead at a hospital.

A witness reported seeing three young men flee the scene on foot.

By Paul Duggan  | December 10, 2010; 1:46 PM ET
Categories:  Paul Duggan, The District, Virginia  
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Glad they finally got up from behind their desk and did some work to find the correct person responsible for this young man death and not accusing the wrong people. He was trying to grieve for his friend and being harrassed by DC police. He hurting having to deal with the fact that he seen his friend hours before his murder and now he's gone. DC police really needs a make over to being to stop some of this nonsense.

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