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Some court documents have been unsealed in the murder case against a teenager for a June drive by shooting in Danbury. 

According to the documents made public Monday, Police believe the shooting death of 18-year old Yhameek Johnson was part of an ongoing feud between two rival groups.  According to the warrant for the arrest of 17-year-old Elvis Agramonte, the Mill Ridge Road shooting was the latest incident in a feud dating to at least 2019. 

The vehicle believed to have been used in the shooting had been reported stolen the night before and had its rear license plate replaced with a New York plate stolen off another vehicle that same night.  According to the court documents, police believe Agramonte abandoned the car, but later tried to come back with a juvenile two days later to clean it and destroy evidence. 

An unnamed 17-year-old has also been charged in the case.

The warrant says that at the time of the shooting there were many people outside, including children under 16-years-old. 

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