Darrell Patillo pleads guilty in 2012 murder of Jonathan Lewis on Webster Avenue

The victim was shot in the chest while

The victim was shot in the chest while visiting a memorial for a friend killed the year before.

THE BRONX - A Bronx man is facing 30 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to murder. 

Authorities say Darrell Patillo took a plea deal in the fatal shooting of Jonathan Lewis on Webster Avenue back in April 2012. 

Lewis was attending a memorial for a friend who was murdered at the same spot the year before when Patillo fired into the crowd, hitting him in the chest. 

Patillo is scheduled to be sentenced on May 19. 

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