A South Carolina male has been arrested after a commemorative for Nabra
Hassanen, a 17-year-old Virginian who was killed while walking
home from a mosque with her friends on Sunday, was set on fire,
a Fox News affiliate
Thousands of mourners had collected in Virginia in an outpouring
of support for a teen, who was described as splendid and generous
by those who knew her, according to The Associated Press.
But flowers left during Hassanen’s commemorative during a Dupont Circle
fountain in Washington, DC, were set fervent on Wednesday. Police
have arrested 24-year-old Jonathan Solomon of South Carolina in
tie with a incident.
“At this time, a occurrence does not seem to be encouraged by
bias,” a military mouthpiece told a New York Daily
Police told a Fox News associate that Solomon was setting
several equipment in a park on glow and didn’t seem to be
targeting a memorial.
Darwin Martinez Torres, a 22-year-old from Sterling, Virginia,
has been charged with murder in tie with Hassanen’s death.
Police contend Hassanen was killed after a trade brawl and that
a means of a murdering was “road rage.”
“It appears that a think became so barbarous over this traffic
evidence that it escalated into lethal violence,” Julie Parker, a
mouthpiece for a Fairfax County Police Department, told a news
conference, according to Reuters.