Jamari Lamon Murray-Barnes, the suspect in the shooting death of 16-year Justin Fabien earlier this week, turned himself into authorities at the Juvenile Assessment Center at 6:15 a.m. Thursday, according to Bradenton police.
"Mr. Murray-Barnes invoked his right to remain silent and is not cooperating with investigators," police said in a news release.
Murray-Barnes, 17, was wanted for the shooting death of Fabien in East Bradenton early Monday.
Murray-Barnes was charged with one count of first-degree murder.
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Circumstances of Murray-Barnes' surrender were not included in the release.
Detectives obtained an arrest warrant Tuesday for Murray-Barnes on a first-degree murder charge, according to the news release.
About 12:27 a.m. Monday, police responding to the 1200 block of 21th Street East in Bradenton to reports of gunfire found Fabien lying on the sidewalk with gunshot wounds to his upper body.
At 12:51 a.m., despite efforts by police and paramedics to perform CPR, Fabien was declared dead outside the home where he was shot. Fabien did not live at the address where he was found.
Police did not reveal a possible motive for the killing.