Neighbor murders teenager over parking spot

BRONX, NY – A young man of 19 years was fatally stabbed in a dispute over a parking space in Bronx, according to local authorities. The victim, identified as Dominic Cruz Aguilera, was living in Morris Heights when the argument broke out with his neighbor.

According to police and sources close to the matter, the conflict started when 45-year-old Vladimir Lopez German came banging on Aguilera’s door, demanding that he move his car. This took place shortly before 8:30 a.m. last Thursday.

According to sources, the altercation began when Aguilera went out to reposition his vehicle near Inwood Avenue and Featherbed Lane. The situation quickly turned violent, with Lopez German allegedly stabbing the teenager in the chest.

In his final moments, the critically wounded Aguilera staggered to a nearby bodega, where he succumbed to his injuries. Wendy Reinoso, a worker at the store, recounted the harrowing scene of Aguilera’s final moments to the station.

Despite efforts made by the Emergency Medical Services to rush Aguilera to NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln, medical professionals were unable to save him.

Aguilera’s grieving brother remembered him as a “beautiful person” and “the best brother ever.” The duo ran an auto body shop together.

Fueling the tragic event, police later arrested Lopez German- an Uber driver by profession. As of Friday, he awaited his arraignment at Bronx Criminal Court.