Police have captured 26-year-old man they believe shot man to death and set the murdered man’s bare and bound body on fire on a Bronx parkway. Karim Allah faces murder, homicide and weapons ownership charges for supposedly shooting 38-year-old Kevron Marshall in the head. He was additionally accused of hiding a human body for stripping Marshall and leaving him on the corner of the Hutchinson River Parkway.
He set the body on fire as an approach to annihilate proof. The body was found when firemen responded to a 911 call about a wildfire on the corner of the parkway around 12 a.m. on June 15. Marshall was discovered exposed with his feet bound. Suspect was captured on Tuesday evening. His arraignment was forthcoming in Bronx Criminal Court on Wednesday.