Derval Adams Obituary, Death – According to the police, a guy from Syracuse has been charged with the fatal stabbing of another man at a convenience store on the city’s South Side on Thursday afternoon. According to a press statement issued by the Syracuse Police Department on Friday, Lamar Green, 35, of Syracuse was taken into custody in the area near the site shortly after the stabbing that took place at the Stop N’ Shop located at 927 Onondaga Ave. According to the authorities, Green was a good match for the suspect’s description.
According to the authorities, the deceased person was identified as Derval Adams, who was 43 years old and from Baltimore, Maryland. After receiving a complaint at around 2:52 p.m., officers raced to the scene, where they discovered Adams suffering from multiple stab wounds as a result of an argument. They added that he was given medical attention at the convenience shop before being transported to Upstate University Hospital, where he ultimately passed away. Green was charged with murder in the second degree as well as criminal possession of a firearm in the third degree. The Onondaga County Justice Center is where he is being detained as he waits to be arraigned on the charges.