Teen questioned in college student murder case released


Investigators detailed the final moments of Majors' life Friday during a hearing for a 13-year-old teen who has been arrested in connection with her death, according to NBC News.

"As I thought was clear and obvious, in no way did I intend to suggest on any level that some type of blame toward Tessa Majors was warranted", said Mullins in the Monday night's letter.

The New York Times reports the murder suspect walked into the courtroom on Friday wearing black sweatpants, Air Jordan sneakers and a navy hoodie.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement shortly after the attack, "The close-knit community at Barnard College is in shock right now". We do not disgrace victims on this metropolis, ' de Blasio tweeted.

She succeeded to get herself outside of the park and onto a nearby road where a school public safety officer found her and summoned 911, police responded.

"Here we have a student who was murdered by a 13-year-old".

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'Consider Tessa's mother and father, her pals. "We are practically not involved in marijuana enforcement", said Mullins. "This is heartless. It's infuriating", he wrote on Twitter.

Majors was from Charlottesville, Virginia, where she previously attended a boarding school. "EMS responded and transported the victim to Mount Sinai/St. Luke's Hospital where she was pronounced deceased". Police officials decided not to charge him at the current time, so he was released. He made statements incriminating himself and implicating two other individuals, according to the authorities.

Police search for the teen at W. 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Blvd.in Harlem on Monday. "He picked up the knife and handed it back to his friend and observed his friend to be using it against Tessa Majors", Rachel Glantz, an attorney for New York City, said according to NBC News.

He is not considered to be the murderer of Majors, as per the testimony from the arresting officer, but he did supposedly pick up the knife and transfer it to the different teenager. Friends said she was interested in music and journalism, and loved playing guitar.

Sian Leah Beilock, President of Barnard College, said in a statement, "These past two days have been a time of deep sorrow as we mourn the loss of one of Barnard's community members, who had only just started the journey here".

The uproar began Sunday when Mullins appeared on 'The Cats Roundtable with John Catsimatidis' radio program and spoke about Majors, whom he described as a "young girl with a bright future, from a good family". "Tess shone bright in this world, and our hearts will never be the same".