February 19, 2020 | 10: 15am| Up to date February 19, 2020 | four: 47pm

The third and last teenager suspect in the lethal stabbing of Barnard College pupil Tessa Majors has been arrested, regulation enforcement sources advised The Publish on Wednesday.

Luchiano Lewis, 14, surrendered to police with his attorney Wednesday early morning and is envisioned to be arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Courtroom later Wednesday in connection with the Dec. 11 killing of the 18-12 months-aged, the sources claimed.

Police have previously interviewed Lewis, but he was at first enable go uncharged. He will be charged as an adult.

A lookup warrant had also been executed at his house.

The alleged teenager knifeman, 14-calendar year-outdated Rashaun Weaver, was slapped with rates of theft and 2nd-degree murder final 7 days for the fatal knifing of Majors.

Weaver was indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody final week in the foyer of his property at the Taft Homes challenge in East Harlem. He has a courtroom visual appearance later on Wednesday in Manhattan.

Police have also beforehand busted 13-yr-outdated Zyairr Davis in Majors’ killing.

The arrest of the third suspect will come a lot more than two months soon after Majors, an aspiring journalist and musician from Charlottesville, Virginia, was repeatedly stabbed in Harlem’s Morningside Park.

Authorities and resources reported Majors fought like hell in opposition to the knife-wielding teen who took her life through what has been identified as a botched robbery involving a few center faculty-age muggers.

DNA recovered from less than her fingernail, as well as surveillance footage and a recording, assisted law enforcement tie Weaver to her killing.

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Exceptional photo: Rashaun Weaver leaves courtroom after his arraignment.

William Farrington

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Exceptional image: Rashaun Weaver leaves court right after his arraignment.

William Farrington

“What we can do is say that we are self-confident that we have the individual in custody who stabbed her,” NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea claimed in announcing the arrest past 7 days.

In the crucial recording, Weaver is caught telling an individual that Majors was “hanging onto her phone” as she struggled, according to the criminal court grievance.

“The defendant mentioned in compound that he was in the park and attempted to take the girl’s phone and ‘she was hanging on to her phone’ and that he hit her with a knife,” according to a prison complaint.

Davis has explained to cops he did not do the stabbing, but said Majors was knifed with these drive that feathers flew from her down jacket, officers claimed.

He is getting held in a Brooklyn juvenile jail on murder and theft rates.