Albion man one of suspects in double murder at Alexander farm
ALEXANDER – An Albion man has been charged with second-degree murder after two men were found dead at an Alexander farm on Friday night, the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office is reporting.
Prince N.K. Wilson, 23, of Albion and Raul Cruz, 18, of Warsaw were both charged with attempted murder in the homicide deaths of two men at an Alexander farm at 10216 Alexander Rd.
Law enforcement was dispatched to the scene of a burning dwelling on Friday night. Two Hispanic men were found stabbed and deceased inside. The Sheriff’s Office said they were victims of a homicide.
Wilson was taken into custody in Batavia while Cruz was arrested in Warsaw after a 9-hour manhunt. They are being held without bail.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office isn’t releasing any more information right now, including the names of the victims. First they want to notify the families of the two men. The investigation in the case is ongoing.
Assisting the Genesee County Sheriff’s office are State Police, Warsaw Police Department, the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office, Albion Police Department, the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office and state DEC. Assisting at the scene were the Genesee County Emergency Management Office and Alexander Fire Department.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of the article said Wilson was facing serious charges in Albion but that is a different Prince Wilson.