guttierez.jpgCops made quick work of the case of the murder of a livery cab driver, who was allegedly killed by two teens who have now been arrested. Early yesterday morning, police were searching for suspects after a fight broke out inside a livery cab that left its driver dead with multiple stab wounds to his chest and abdomen. After being stabbed, Geraldo Guttierez tried to make it to a hospital, but was too badly injured.

Mortally wounded, his car then careened into a utility pole outside 270 Saw Mill River Road, smashing up the vehicle. Gutierrez was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 2 a.m., according to a hospital spokesman.

Less than 24 hours after the murder, cops arrested two 16-year-olds--Daquan Duncan and Adam Arroyo--who have been charged in the death of Gutierrez. It's unclear how police determined that the two young men were the ones suspected in the driver's death, but robbery is the assumed motive in the killing.

Guttierez was only 27 years old and a recent newlywed. He was reportedly working the long and dangerous hours of a livery cab driver to save money to build a home for his family in the Dominican Republic. According to WABC News, the man had just purchased a plane ticket to visit his wife in Santo Domingo.