The two brothers accused of shooting 17-year-old St. Lucian national Trevor Seraphines in Toronto, Canada, are of Jamaican heritage, and police believed they were trying to escape to the Caribbean island.
Curtis Murray, 25, who lived in Toronto, was arrested without incident by the Provincial Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Unit in Mississauga at around 5:45 p.m. on Monday, March 30. He was charged with first-degree murder and was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, March 31.
Police said he had the tattoos on his right forearm: “comedy tragedy,” right wrist: maple leaf around wrist (arm-band), right forearm: “laugh now cry later”, and front torso:“another day another dollar.”
The other brother, Corey Murray, 29, of no fixed address, is still wanted and police said he may be trying to leave Canada for Jamaica.
“It is an offence to harbour or conceal fugitives,” police said in a statement.
Corey, who has been wanted by the National Parole Board for parole violation since March 2014, has previous convictions for drug possession, assault, and armed robbery. He is also wanted on several warrants in the Peel region, The Toronto Star reported.
Corey is described as black, 5’8″, 157 lbs., black hair and brown eyes.
Seraphine was shot multiple times at an apartment building on Willowridge Road, Etobicoke on March 21 while visiting friends.
Police said Seraphine may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time because he was not known to the police and he had no known gang affiliation.