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2 More Suspects Charged in Salisbury Murder

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SALISBURY, Md.- Maryland State Police have arrested two additional suspects in connection with the murder of a man and the attempted murder of a teenage boy during an apparent robbery in Salisbury late last month.

Those arrested were identified as 19-year-old Sazon Porter of Salisbury, and 18-year-old Marquavis D. McCuller, of Millsboro, Del. Both have been charged with first- and second-degree murder; armed robbery; first- and second-degree assault; use of a handgun during the commission of a felony; wearing/carrying a handgun; attempted first-degree murder; attempted second-degree murder; attempted armed robbery; attempted first-degree assault and attempted second-degree assault. 

Porter was arrested by members of the MSP State Apprehension Team on the evening of Nov. 2, while walking along a Salisbury street.  He is being held in the Wicomico County Detention Center. 

McCuller was arrested by members of the MSP State Apprehension Team, Delaware State Police and Millsboro police on Tuesday night at his home in Millsboro.  He is currently being held in Delaware and awaiting extradition to Maryland. 

The additional suspects were arrested as part of the investigation into the murder of 23-year-old Andreas Aquiler and the attempted murder of 16-year-old Edgar Alvardo. Both victims were shot outside a home on Margaret Street in Salisbury on the evening of Oct. 28. 

Three other suspects were arrested last week in connection with the incident. Those three suspects were identified as 19-year-old Deyamah O. Fisher, 20-year-old Tevin D. Blake and 17-year-old Gerard Williams Jr., all of Salisbury. They were also charged with similar offenses as Porer and McCuller.

Investigators with the MSP Homicide Unit said they believe that with these two additional arrests, all those involved in the robbery, murder and attempted murder have been arrested and charged.    

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