Police say officers had responded to a report of suspicious activity on Aug. 5. They found Gabriel Bara-Bardo alone and unconscious in the road next to his vehicle.
The state medical examiner’s office ruled that Bara-Bardo’s cause of death was complications following blunt impact to the head and neck. His death was ruled a homicide.
It couldn’t be determined Wednesday if Massagli is being represented by an attorney.
Police say more arrests are expected.