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Tevlin Murderer Linked To Even More Crimes Throughout The Country

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New details have emerged regarding how 19 year-old Brendan Tevlin was killed. According to new police reports, when Tevlin stopped at the traffic light on the corner of Walker Road and Northfield Avenue, in West Orange, New Jersey, he was about to make a left-hand –turn when the three suspects including Ali Muhammad Brown approached him.

Allegedly Brown approached Tevlin from the passenger side and shot through the rolled up window ten times. He then pushed Tevlin's body onto the floor of the passenger seat before driving the car up to an apartment complex where another one of the suspects lived with his mom.

Brown's gun, the gun police linked to him and to the double murder of two men in Seattle on June 1, 2014, has now also been linked to another murder in April in Seattle which law enforcement plan to charge Brown for this week.

When police finally caught up to Brown after his trail of terror on July 18, 2014, they allegedly found a notebook full of jihadist writings that said he needed to hide among the rich if he didn't want to get caught.

Brown instead was staying in a campsite in West Orange, not far from where Tevlin's body was found.

 

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