Northern Westchester Man, 20, Admits To Role In 2018 Fatal Shooting

A Northern Westchester man admitted to his role in the fatal soothing of a man last summer.

Demetrius Bogan
Demetrius Bogan Photo Credit: Westchester County District Attorney's Office

Peekskill resident Demetrius Bogan, 20, pleaded guilty to manslaughter for killing 22-year-old Khalil Lyons in Peekskill in July, 2018, Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino, Jr. announced.

Bogan admitted to his role in the fatal shooting that killed Lyons, a Bronx resident, at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Park Street in Peekskill on July 13 last year. Shrub Oak resident Sean Deleon was allegedly also involved, and a third suspect, Yaro Gaddy Waller, was also charged with hindering the prosecution and tampering with evidence in relation to the shooting.

Bogan was arrested on Friday, July 27 last year. His co-conspirators were arrested on Tuesday, Aug. 7 last year. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday, Nov. 21.

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