Three city teens were charged Friday in connection with the shooting death of a deliveryman on Staten Island earlier this week.
The alleged gunman, James Sanders, 16, faces second degree murder as well as attempted robbery and weapons charges.
Sources say Sanders was nabbed along with an alleged lookout and accomplice identified as Devin Hill, 19, and Otoniel Carty, 17.
Hill and Carty have also been charged with second degree murder, attempted robbery and weapons charges.
On Tuesday, police say they found Richard Salvia, 50, of New Jersey with a gunshot wound to the head in front of a house on Grandview Avenue in Mariners Harbor. Authorities said Salvia was a deliveryman for the Crown Palace restaurant on Staten Island.
Sources say that $136 in cash was found in his pockets, but that no wallet was recovered.
Sources say one of the three teens charged admitted to police that they had planned the robbery for a week.