Police make second arrest in Waterbury man’s killing

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WATERBURY — Waterbury police have arrested a second man in connection with the robbery and killing of a 20-year-old man discovered in the side yard of an abandoned home in January.

The Republican-American reports  that 23-year-old Tysean Snow was charged Tuesday with felony murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery in connection with the killing of Savion Bostic-Aponte.

Bostic-Aponte was found Jan. 29 after a neighbor reported seeing a man underneath a tree at 133 Chestnut Avenue on the rundown property. Residents reported hearing gunshots the night before the discovery.

Witnesses helped lead police to 38-year-old Tijuan “Fly” Gibson, who was charged with felony murder last month.

Snow was ordered held on $1 million following his arraignment Tuesday.

It could not immediately be determined if Snow has a lawyer.