THE BRONX — A teenage boy surrendered to police Monday nearly three months after he fatally stabbed a 14-year-old during a fight at a Pelham Parkway house party, NYPD officials said.
Ken Goodwin, an 18-year-old who also went by the name "Shaq," turned himself in to the NYPD's 49th Precinct stationhouse and was charged with killing Justin Fallu during the Sept. 28 fight at 2194 Barnes Ave., an NYPD spokesman said.
Goodwin stabbed Fallu in the torso about 3:15 a.m., sending the Wakefield boy to Jacobi hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said.
Goodwin also stabbed two 18-year-olds in the chest and a 17-year-old in the shoulder, NYPD officials said. They were also treated at Jacobi, police said.
It was not immediately clear why Goodwin, of University Heights, turned himself in.
He was arrested on charges of murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, officials said.
He's been arrested eight other times including for a June 29 robbery, an NYPD spokesman said.