CoachDaGhost extradited from Georgia for murder of Brooklyn teenager

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Recently on parole, the rapper Coachdaghost is again talking about him. He was arrested and then extradited to New York for the murder of young Bryan Sanon, a teenager from Brooklyn.

Accused of murder, Coachdaghost extradited to New York

Rapper Brooklyn Drill CoachDaGhost was reportedly arrested in Georgia for the murder of 17-year-old Bryan Sanon in March. According to the Daily News, CoachDaGhost, 27, real name Culture Bermudez, was taken to Clay County by New York City police detectives on Friday, December 3 and extradited to New York City.

Indeed, Sanon was out for a walk with friends when a gunman stepped out of a silver sedan and opened fire on the group early that morning. Sanon’s 20-year-old friend was shot in the face, police said, and another 19-year-old man was shot in both legs. As for Sanon, he died at the scene.

Investigators quickly established a link between CoachDaGhost and the murder, but he had previously fled the state and detectives were unable to locate him right away. The victim’s mother, Juliana Gopie-Sanon, who was on a doctor’s appointment when she received a crime alert on the Citizen app, saw that a teenager had been shot dead near her home.

“I didn’t expect to come back and not see my son. I just want to know why. What did he really do to deserve this? My baby – I only have one son. The last thing I saw of my son was him, lying in a crouched position, covered with a white blanket on the road. ”Said Ms. Gopie-Sanon. 

CoachDaGhost has been charged with murder, attempted murder and assault. His appearance in Brooklyn Criminal Court was expected on Saturday, December 4.

This is not a first for CoachDaGhost who already has a long criminal record. In 2011, he was previously convicted of shooting a member of a rival gang in the Marcus Garvey homes in Brownsville. He served six years in prison before being released in 2017. It was obviously parole until 2022.

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