A man found dead near a creek in Hamilton, New Jersey was reportedly killed over a gaming system.
Danny Diaz-Delgado, 20, was found bound and fatally shot on March 24 on the bank of Assunpink Creek in Hamilton, police said.
He was killed after trying to buy a PlayStation from a suspect who authorities believe is now in custody, an unidentified police officer told anNJ.com reporter.
Rufus Thompson, 29, was arrested in connection with the killing, and charged with kidnapping and murder, on Saturday, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J Onofri said.
Danny Diaz-Delgado, 20, was found bound and fatally shot on March 24 on the bank of Assunpink Creek in Hamilton, police said
When Diaz-Delgado was found, his hands were bound behind his back, he had tape around his face and he was face-down on the ground.
He had been shot execution-style in the head, as well as in the torso and leg multiple times, police said.
Diaz-Delgado's obituary said that he was into sports, camping, martial arts, and track and field.
Rufus Thompson, 29, was arrested and charged in connection with the killing on Saturday
He was a member of the Princeton Martial Arts Center. The organization shared on social media that its members were 'heartbroken and still reeling from the loss' of their friend who 'worked all of his young life to keep his family together.'