A teenager, whose name was not released because of his age, has been accused of killing ex-con Rafael Jimenez, on Walton Ave. near E. 183rd St. on June 7.
Police at the time said three men got out of a car and approached the 29-year-old victim, with one shooting him in the head at 11:29 a.m.
Jimenez was rushed by medics to St. Barnabas Hospital but could not be saved.
Three days after the murder, the teen showed up at the 47th Precinct stationhouse with his mother after seeing his picture among those released by the NYPD to the media of suspects wanted in a 32-incident robbery pattern in the Bronx and Manhattan.
The teen was not charged at that time but police later linked him to the shooting.
The teen, who has no prior arrests, was charged with murder, manslaughter and gun possession.
The victim had four unsealed arrests, including one for attempted murder on Aug. 8, 2014, in which he was accused of bludgeoning the victim with a concrete slab in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Records show Jimenez served more than six years in state prison for a felony assault conviction and was paroled on Jan. 6, about six months before he was killed.