Bronx Man Arrested for March Murder in Yonkers

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YONKERS, NY – 22-year-old William Pryor was arrested for the March 3rd murder of a man in Yonkers.

According to police, officers and detectives responded to 284 Riverdale Avenue in Yonkers, for a report of a person who had been shot.

“Upon arrival, Police units found a male, later identified as Marquis Muniz, 29, of Yonkers, NY, deceased in the apartment with several apparent gunshot wounds. A crime scene was established and a homicide investigation was commenced,” police reported. “The investigation revealed that Muniz had a roommate, Pryor, and that a dispute ensued leading to Muniz being shot. It was also determined that pryor allegedly stole Muniz’s phone during the incident.”

Police eventually caught up with Pryor with the help of the Peekskill Police Department and the United States Marshall’s Service when they spotted Pryor leaving a residence in Montrose. He was arrested without incident and indicted for murder.