(CNN)Authorities arrested and prosecuted a man named. A 3-month-old baby in a stroller on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on Wednesday.
In a statement on Friday evening, police said 22-year-old Isaac Argro was charged with murder and criminal possession of weapons in connection with a deadly shooting. Authorities have identified the victim as Asian Johnson.
Police told CNN that Argro had sought a lawyer, but CNN does not yet know the name of his legal representative.
The suspect approached Johnson and shot her head once near the intersection of East 95th Street and Lexington Avenue on Wednesday night, officials said. The suspect then walked away, police said.
Johnson was 20 years old. The three-month-old, believed to be Johnson's child, was unharmed.
In a post-arrest statement, New York City Mayor Eric Adams said Johnson's family was "injured. They deserve justice. We deliver it."
Authorities say they believe the victim and the shooter know each other and call the shooting a domestic incident. Adams said at a press conference earlier this week that authorities believed Johnson was targeted.
The mayor had previously not revealed the baby's whereabouts after the shooting, but city officials added that he was in contact with his family. The
"A woman pushed a baby carriage down to a block and was shot at close range, which shows how the country's problems are affecting her family," Adams said. He said at a press conference following the deadly shooting. "It doesn't matter if you're in Brooklyn's Upper East Side or East New York."