MILLVILLE, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey state police say the second suspect sought in the slaying of a former Millville High School football star has surrendered to authorities.
Sgt. Julian Castellanos says 27-year-old Andre Gross of Millville turned himself in at 1 p.m. Sunday at the state police station in Bridgeton. That came one day after 19-year-old Boris Curwin of Millville surrendered to state police in Woodbine.READ MORE: Teamsters Local 830, Beer Distributors Agree To New Contract After Striking For Better Wages
Both are being held on $1 million cash bail.
Curwin and Gross both face several charges—including murder and kidnapping—in the death of 19-year-old Khalil Wallace. His body was found Thursday in a lake in Downe Township, Cumberland County (see related story).READ MORE: Biden Signs Bipartisan Gun Safety Bill Into Law: 'God Willing, It's Going To Save A Lot Of Lives'
Wallace was last seen Sept. 20, when he climbed into a van in Woodbine after buying a bag of chips at a nearby store.
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