Couple charged after man found dead in Allentown Park – NBC10 Philadelphia

Law enforcement officials have announced the arrests of two men who police say are responsible for the death of a 25-year-old man found June 1 on a basketball court at Fountain Park in Allentown.

According to District Attorney Gavin Holihan’s office, 27-year-old Grelvis Estevez Cabrera, of Bethlehem, and Carlos Nathaniel Landesta-Agramonte, 18, of Allentown, have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder and tampering with evidence in the shooting. death of 25-year-old Angel Martinez-Velez.

Officials said Martinez-Velez’s body was found on June 1 around 6:30 p.m. on a basketball court in Fountain Park, along Martin Luther King Jr. Driver, after being shot multiple times.

According to Holihan’s office, the investigation into the shooting has led police to identify two vehicles and a man — who witnesses said was wearing a red jacket, black pants and a mask — who police consider the suspected killer.

Using CCTV footage, police officials said they determined that one of the vehicles at the scene of the crime, a white Infinity, was registered to Landesta-Agramonte.

Investigators were able to track these two vehicles to a home on East Court Street in Allentown less than two hours after the shooting, and Holihan’s office said they were seized and searched as part of this case.

According to police, both Landesta-Agramonte and Esteves Cabrera arrived at the Allentown Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division on Wednesday and were taken into custody on charges.

Both men are being held without bail at the Lehigh County Jail and preliminary hearings for both men are scheduled for June 11.

The investigation into the incident is still ongoing, according to authorities.