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On February 7th, the Metropolitan Police Department announced that 20-year-old Na’eem Butler, a resident of Herndon, has been extradited from State College in Pennsylvania back to DC. He is facing charges of second-degree murder while armed.
Federal officials have announced the arrest and charging of Ashton Inabinet, an Alexandria resident. This development comes just weeks after his arrest.
Butler, the second suspect, was apprehended in Pennsylvania and subsequently extradited to Washington, D.C. to face charges. Inabinet had already been arrested in December, and authorities had been actively searching for Butler ever since.
According to NBC Washington, Lewis was having a birthday celebration that evening.
Inabinet, a student at West Potomac High School in Alexandria, appeared in DC Superior Court and was officially charged with second-degree murder while armed. Butler, on the other hand, is also being charged with murder. The police did not release any details about his initial court appearance.
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