Cops finally nabbed a teenage suspect for the stabbing four other Bronx youths in September, killing one of them.
Ken Goodwin, 18, was taken into custody for the incident on Sept. 28, when authorities said he attacked the four victims at a birthday party on Barnes Avenue in the Morris Park section.
Investigator said Goodwin — who was also identified by nickname "Shaq" — fatally stabbed Justin Fallu, 14, in the chest, after which paramedics rushed him to Jacobi Medical Center.
Fallu died at the hospital.
Three other victims survived, including a 17-year-old male who was stabbed in the shoulder and two 18-year-old males both stabbed in the chest.
Goodwin, who is scheduled to appear in court in early January, was charged with second-degree murder, three counts of felony assault and four counts of criminal possession of the knife used in the attacks.