WEST BABYLON, Long Island (WABC) -- A suspect in a Long Island murder that took place nearly seven years ago is heading to court.
Daniel Greenspan will be arraigned in Suffolk County. He's charged in the shooting death of a man in West Babylon in January of 2009.
Greenspan was arrested Sunday near his Manhattan home. Another man is already serving a ten-year sentence.
Greenspan's girlfriend is awaiting trial.
Greenspan is charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Michael Sinclair in West Babylon.
Newsday reports that earlier 27-year-old David Belton pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder in the case. During his trial, he testified that Greenspan put together a plan to drive Sinclair from Brooklyn to Suffolk County to rob him.
Belton testified that Greenspan shot Sinclair several times.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
Suspect to be arraigned on murder charge in 2009 killing in West Babylon