Six young black thugs have been arrested for the thrill killing of an Asian delivery driver in Wilmington, NC.
After shooting Zhen Bo Liu on a dark Wilmington street, the gunmen stole his food delivery of chicken wings and shrimp fried rice and shared the meal among their accomplices at a nearby house. After eating, they returned to view Liu’s body and rummage through his car.
When police arrived on South 13th Street to begin their investigation into Liu’s June 14 death, the only things missing from the 60-year-old delivery driver’s vehicle was the order of food and $48 in cash.
As emerging details shed light on events investigators believe unfolded last week, Wilmington police on Friday announced the arrest of a sixth person accused of playing a role in planning the robbery that led to Liu’s murder.
The new suspect, 16-year-old Nathaniel Lawrence, brings to six the number of people charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery for allegedly concocting a scheme to hold up a delivery driver. Two of those, 15-year-old Mustafaa Friend and 20-year-old Cornell Haugabook Jr., also face first-degree murder charges.