Kelvin Vickers charged with killing two other people before murder of Officer Mazurkiewicz
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The man accused of killing a Rochester police officer will be arraigned on new charges on Thursday.
Police said Kelvin Vickers killed two other men in Rochester the day before he was accused of an ambush, which killed Officer Anthony Mazurkiewicz and injured officer Sino Sing and a 15-year-old girl.
Vickers is one of three men indicted on a slew of charges, including first-degree murder.
Investigators said they are responsible for the shooting deaths of two men back on July 20 at North Clinton Avenue and Rauber Street. A third person was also shot and wounded. Vickers is also charged in a separate shooting on July 19th and in an arson on the 20th.
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