Important update on the Rashawn Brazell murder case.
Rashawn Brazell disappeared from Brooklyn, New York on Valentine's Day 2005. Days later, parts of his dismembered body were found in a New York City subway tunnel. For 12 years his murder went unsolved.
Read my previous post:
Rashawn Brazell: Unsolved Murder in the NYC Subway
Authorities have finally charged a suspect in the case.
(Source: PIX11 News)
The suspect, Kwauhuru Govan, was already in custody in New York City for the murder of 17 year-old Sharabia Thomas, who was killed in 2004. Her case remained unsolved for years until cold-case detectives were able to match DNA found under her fingernails to Govan. This was after he was arrested in Florida on an armed robbery charge.
According to both the New York Daily News and PIX11 News, authorities are eyeing Govan in relation to other unsolved crimes. NYPD Chief of Detectives has stated that Govan "might be a serial killer."
Kwauhuru Govan has ties to New York, California and Florida. He has a long criminal history involving "robbery, assault, burglary and weapons possession."
Watch the PIX11 News video: