Syracuse Police Asking for More Leads After Arrest in Homicide Case

Jul 10, 2013

Following the recent arrest of a Syracuse man in a homicide case in May, the City’s Police Chief is asking for more leads and reassuring the public.  Police arrested Lynnquan Kellin earlier this week as he stepped off a Centro Bus in Solvay.

Syracuse Police Cheif Frank Fowler and Mayor Stephanie Miner
Credit John Smith / WAER News

Chief Frank Fowler says Kellin shot and killed Arthur Bullock in the head as he attempted to rob his friends at his home on Fage Ave.  Despite random acts of violence, Fowler says officers are out working tirelessly to bring people like these into custody.

“And when you talked about randomness, please, I just want to make sure that it’s clear.  That everyday in the city of Syracuse people are not being rob, shot and killed.  That’s not what’s occurring in our city, we do periodically, just like every place else in urban in America… we have crimes like this that occur."

Kellin has been charged with second degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon.  Anyone with information is asked to call Syracuse Police investigators at 442-52-22.