Three people were arrested in the stabbing of an 18-year-old Jamaica woman who aspired to become a teacher and was killed in a bowling alley near her home this week after being harassed by another woman, police and relatives of the victim said.
Adrienne Davis, who lived with relatives at 164-31 108th Ave. in Jamaica, was stabbed in the neck early Sunday morning while out with friends at the Van Wyck Lanes in Richmond Hill. She died minutes later at Jamaica Hospital.
On Sunday evening, police arrested 20-year-old Dominique Livingston, of 116-11 157th St. in Jamaica, according to Officer David Lanuto, an NYPD spokesman. She was charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon, he said.
Police arrested two Long Island men in connection with the murder, but it was unclear what their role in the killing had been, Lanuto said.
They were identified as Andre Mclean, 23, of 17 Norton Ave. in Roosevelt, and Kevin Esterine, 22, of 100 Roosevelt Ave. in Massapequa. Both men were charged with hindering prosecution and evidence tampering, according to the NYPD spokesman.
Gathered outside the front steps of her Jamaica home Sunday, friends and relatives passed the afternoon comforting one another and expressing hope that Davis
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