The teenagers were all arrested Sept. 5 and charged with second-degree murder and first-degree robbery of the owner of a St. Albans restaurant who was delivering an order to an isolated, dead-end street in Springfield Gardens. The middle-class neighborhood is dotted with two-story homes and modest front lawns.
Jin Sheng Liu, 44, who lived above his Golden Wok restaurant, was pronounced dead where he lay in front of 130-35 176th St., said Alan Krawitz, a police spokesman.
Ellen Borakove, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner
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