HomeNewsPhiladelphia looting suspect arrested for burglary was out on bail in 2022...

Philadelphia looting suspect arrested for burglary was out on bail in 2022 murder case

- Advertisement -
Rate this post


Authorities in Philadelphia have made more than 50 arrests in a two-day crime spree that destroyed several businesses throughout the city, including one burglary suspect who was out on bail for a major murder case from last year.

The Philadelphia Police Department arrested Kenneth Frye and charged him in connection with looting a Fine Wine & Good Spirits store located on Girard Ave. in West Philadelphia on Tuesday.

Frye, a one-time bouncer, was charged in the death of Eric Pope, according to FOX 29. Frye was alleged to have fatally punched Pope outside Tabu Lounge in Center City on April 16, 2022. Frye was charged with 3rd-degree murder in connection with Pope’s death, but the District Attorney’s office has filed a motion to reduce the charge to Involuntary Murder, according to reports.

PHILADELPHIA LOOTING: BREAK-INS, 50 ARRESTED AS HAVOC CONTINUES FOR 2ND NIGHT LEAVING RESIDENTS DESPERATE

Kenneth Frye was a bouncer who was charged in the death of Eric Pope, as he is alleged to have fatally punched him outside Tabu Lounge in Center City on April 16, 2022. (Philadelphia Police Department/Facebook)

The social media-fueled criminal activity in Philadelphia on Tuesday and Wednesday resulted in more than 50 arrests, including three juveniles, police said.

Many of the arrests occurred at Lululemon, Fine Wine & Good Spirits, T-Mobile, Philadelphia Pharmacy, Aldi, Rite Aid and Walgreens, and included charges of Rioting, Burglary, Disorderly Conduct and more. 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICIALS RESPOND AFTER JUDGE’S DECISION PROMPTS MASS LOOTING: ‘LOOKING TO DESTROY OUR CITY’

Clothes in a pile outside a Lululemon on a Philadelphia street during mass looting events

Philadelphia Police sit outside the Lululemon store on Wednesday morning, Sept. 27, 2023, in Philadelphia. A flash mob-style ransacking and vandalism to downtown stores Tuesday night came after a peaceful protest over a judge’s decision to dismiss murder and other charges against a Philadelphia police officer who shot and killed a driver, Eddie Irizarry, through a rolled-up window.  (Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)

Most of the arrests were made on Tuesday, Sept. 26, police said, including:

Aauanyae Haynes, a Black female, 19

Sabree Young, a Black female, 31

Steven Wells, a Black male, 26

Traqwan Word, a Black male, 24

Lisa Talley, a Black female, 34

Yasmine Fields, a Black female, 23

Kenneth Frye, a Black male, 24

Kyreek Leak, a Black male, 21

Reginal Alexander, Black male, 33

Gabriel Gines, a Hispanic male, 23

Alena Gigliotti, a White female, 26

Petra Gonzalez, a White female, 24

Jessica Blake, a Black female, 37

Semaj Suber, a Black female, 29

Aniya Taylor, a Black female, 21

Hartzog Mashaad, a Black male, 27

Isis Morgan, a Black female, 23

Khalilah Green, a Black female, 21

Ernest McCollum, a Black male, 31

Jessica Arnold-Coit, a Black female, 30

Quanika McQueen, a Black female, 31

Denzel Walker, a Black male, 27

Mikal Reed, a Black male, 26

Tyheed Hill, a Black male, 26

Anthony Abner, a Black male, 35

A broken window

Shown is the aftermath of ransacked liquor store in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2023. Police say groups of teenagers swarmed into stores across Philadelphia in an apparently coordinated effort, stuffed bags with merchandise and fled. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Three juveniles — a 14-year-old Black male, a 16-year-old Black male and a 14-year-old Black female — were also arrested for Rioting, Burglary, Disorderly Conduct, and Theft at a Lululemon store, according to the report.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP 

At least two others were arrested on Wednesday, Sept. 27, including Joel Gomez Rodriguez, 22, and Giovanni Vargas, 29, both Hispanic males.



Source link

- Advertisement -
RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Posts