The two teens caught on surveillance video shooting and killing 18-year-old Darryl Adams have been charged after cops raided a Queens, NY home, police said Saturday.
Sean Barnhill, 19, and Alexander Burgess, 17, were arrested soon after they killed Adams at the Jamaica Houses early Friday.
According to the NY Daily News, plainclothes cops spotted Barnhill standing over the body with a gun after officers monitoring surveillance cameras honed in on the killer, police said.
Detectives working the case soon got a search warrant for a Hook Creek Blvd. home and found five handguns and arrested 11 people, including two minors, who were inside.
All were charged with weapons possession, but two were linked to two separate shootings that involved Barnhill and Burgess.
Barnhill and Romain Brady, 17, were charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting a 23-year-old man in Rosedale while trying to take his cell phone Thursday.
ABOVE: Darryl Adams was shot and killed in the South Jamaica Houses early Friday.