The mother of the slain man left in a garbage bag on a Queens street was also found dead early Thursday, sources said, as chilling video emerged of the suspect dragging his murdered brother from a home.
Roscoe Danielson, 40, was arrested Thursday afternoon in the murders of his mother Sheryl Myrick and brother Kyle Danielson, according to police and relatives.
The NYPD found Myrick’s body around 2:45 a.m. inside 32-47 104th Street in North Corona – less than a day after Kyle’s body turned up in a trash bag, according to law enforcement sources.
Myrick was discovered with stab wounds, a slit throat and multiple gunshot wounds, the sources said.
Kyle’s corpse was found just before 2 p.m. Wednesday after a passerby spotted blood leaking from a white bag covered by a blanket on the sidewalk.
The footage, obtained by The Post, shows the suspect believed to be Roscoe dragging Kyle’s bagged body onto the sidewalk before he walked off with a shopping cart, holding a bottle of bleach inside.
“He had the stroller in one hand and was dragging the body with the other hand,” said a 19-year-old neighbor who viewed the video and only gave her first name, Michelle. “He didn’t run. He blended in. He walked off, like nothing happened.”
Seemingly unaware pedestrians pass both before and after the suspect walks by, the clip shows.
Kyle, 31, had a puncture wound to his neck, according to the NYPD. Sources say it appears he was also shot.
Investigators believe Roscoe – who has several prior sealed arrests – killed his brother and mother during a dispute, the sources said. The exact nature of the deadly clash is under investigation.
Andre Myrick, the brother of the murdered woman and uncle to both Kyle and her suspected killer, claimed Roscoe killed the pair before removing their bodies from the second floor of the Queens home he grew up in.
“That’s not right. It’s not right. It’s not right. That was my sister. My birthday is August 8, hers is September 1. When I turn an age, she turns an age. All my life,” an emotional Myrick told The Post.
“And her son took her f–king life, took her life and my nephew, who was a great guy. I don’t get it. I’m trying to like figure out why.
“I heard he chopped him up, my nephew, and put him in a bag and put him up there,” Myrick added, looking in the direction of where the body was dumped.
Myrick said he was unsure whether Roscoe suffered from any mental health issues and didn’t know what could have led to the gruesome tragedy.
The grieving man said his nephew had been a “great guy” and a “jewel,” only furthering his disbelief that the crime occurred in the family home.
“Sometimes we don’t have answers as human beings. I am going to die. We are all going to die one day, but we just want to go the right way, not the wrong way like how my sister went.”
“I don’t know what to do. I have no answers … He killed his brother, his mother.”
Michelle recalled that police had knocked on her door asking to see surveillance tape because a dead body was dumped outside her house.
She went outside with the cops to see what was there. By then, the officers had opened up the bag to expose the body, which was “fully naked,” she said.
“Of course, I was shocked, of course,” she said.
“It was wrapped in thick sheets, bloody thick sheets, and then a very hard bag,” she said. “The body was curling inwards…he was on his side curling up. It was camouflaged with a black bag, but when they opened the bag they saw the thick white sheets, with like some blue patterns. The blood was dry. His puncture wounds, you could see on his legs and on his back. They were also dry. I assumed they weren’t fresh.”
Michelle said the first body might have gotten people’s attention because of the smell.
“It was…very, very strong,” she said. “There were a lot of flies, a lot of flies.”
She also recalled a man “going back on forth screaming, ‘He killed my sister. He killed my sister. He buried her in the backyard,’” on Wednesday.
“It really does connect,” she said.
That same man was seen touching the body bag as workers from the city Medical Examiner’s Office removed the woman’s body from the home Thursday. He was emotional but would not speak.
Another local resident told The Post, through a translator, that he knew something wasn’t right when he saw blood in the garbage bag as he passed by on Wednesday.
“I was going to the 99 Cents store,” Javier Membrero said. “When I was coming back, I saw blood in the garbage bag. I touched it with my [foot]. And I let somebody else know. When I touched it with my [foot], I was like, ‘That’s not garbage. That feels like a body.’ I called 911.”
Roscoe was walking near the scene Wednesday night when police stopped him and found that he was toting a gun and knife, police sources said. He was taken into custody for questioning.
He was charged with concealment of a human corpse, tampering with evidence, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon and acting in a manner injurious to a child.
By Larry Celona, Amanda Woods and Georgett Roberts