Kelvin Vickers, accused of killing RPD officer, was back in court on two other murder charges
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Kelvin Vickers, the man charged in the ambush and murder of Rochester police officer Tony Mazurkiewicz, was back in court on Thursday.
He’s charged with shooting and killing two other men in Rochester and setting a building on fire. Kelvin Vickers, from Boston, is accused of a shooting on July 19. Then he’s accused of killing two young men and wounding a third on July 20th.
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- Family of accused cop killer speaks publicly for the first time and complains about jail conditions
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Vickers has already been charged with killing officer Tony Mazurkiewicz on July 21. The raids and search warrants after the murder of Officer Mazurkiewicz found guns. Monroe County District Attorney’s Office said those guns tie Vickers and his co-defendant, Deadrick Fulwiley, to the murders on July 20.
Here is the response from two grieving mothers.
“Heartbroken. I miss my son. Just, my heart is bleeding,” said Sharmaine Speed, the mother of Myjel Rand.
“It’s just sad you can’t be yourself without having to worry about watching your back. I don’t know who these people are, where they came from, why they came here but I want them gone,” said Lushone Siplin, the mother of Ricky Collinge.
Defendant Deadrick Fulwiley has virtually no ties to Rochester. He does have ties to Mississippi and Texas. Vickers is from Boston. A third suspect in the July 20th murders was arrested in Boston on Tuesday.