Police: 2nd arrest made in York City homicide of Tyler Owens
York City detectives have arrested a second man allegedly involved in the Oct. 7 shooting homicide of Tyler Owens.
Rahmeire S. Bradshaw, 20, of the 3100 block of Carlisle Road in Dover Township, turned himself in around 5:20 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, according to York City Police.
He surrendered at the county's central booking unit, police said.
Bradshaw was arraigned Monday on charges of homicide, robbery and criminal conspiracy to commit robbery and was committed to York County Prison without bail, according to court records.
Already charged with homicide in the Owens slaying is Zane Kenneth Senft, 22, recently of Lebanon. He remains in York County Prison without bail.
Police are still searching for a third man believed to be involved in the homicide — Myannh Legette, 21, who is also known as "Milo" and who also was recently of Lebanon.
A cash reward is being offered for information that leads to his arrest and conviction, police said.
Owens was killed about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, in the 100 block of South Richland Avenue.
The homicide: Police found Owens, 24, of West Princess Street, lying in a Richland Avenue parking lot and suffering from a gunshot wound, police have said.
Before he died, Owens told officers that the last phone number in his phone belonged to the man who shot him, charging documents state. He made the same statement to a witness before officers arrived, according to documents.
The number belongs to Senft, police said, and he was arrested the same day Owens was gunned down.
Police also found surveillance footage showing a vehicle matching Owens' car fleeing the area around the time Owens was shot, documents state.
Charging documents indicate Owens met up with Senft to sell him marijuana.
After the homicide, Senft was captured in a home in the 3100 block of Carlisle Road in Dover Township, police said. That's Bradshaw's block.
Cash reward: Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Legette is urged to text "Yorktips" and their information to 847411, or call the York City Police anonymous tip line at 717-849-2204.
Tipsters also can call York County Crime Stoppers at 717-755-TIPS or York City Police at 717-846-1234.
York County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward in the case, police said, and tipsters can remain anonymous.
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