Family of slain Wilmington delivery driver asking for donations for funeral expenses
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WILMINGTON – The family of a slain restaurant delivery driver in Wilmington is looking for help with funeral costs, according to the Wilmington Star News.
The family of 60-year-old Zhen Bo Liu is requesting help to cover his funeral and the family's travel expenses, which could reach up to $10,000.
Liu was found dead in a car near 13th and Queen Streets earlier this June. He was a delivery driver for the China King restaurant.
Last week, officers arrested 16-year-old Nathaniel Lawrence in connection with the murder. 20-year-old Cornell Haugabook Jr. and a 15-year-old are also charged with first degree murder.
18-year-old Marvin White, 16-year-old Manije Johnson, and 16-year-old Rasheed Thompson all face conspiracy to commit robbery.
A hearing will be held to determine if the 15-year-old will be tried as an adult.
Donations can be made to any Wells Fargo branch in Wilmington. The account is FBO Zhen Bo Liu.