Another Suspect Named in Kensington Shootout
Philadelphia police have identified a second suspect in Thursday’s shootout in the Kensington section of the the city, and they hope a $10,000 reward will help them track him down.
KYW’s Jim Melwert reports police say when officers tried to pull over a van in the 3000 block of North Water Street Thursday evening, three heavily armed men opened fire (see previous story).
Officer Kevin Livewell was expected to have surgery over the weekend after he was shot in the leg. His partner was able to arrest one man, but two others ran off.
Saturday evening, police said one of those two is 27-year-old Anel Cuenas.
He has red or auburn hair, is 5-feet, 4-inches tall, 180 pounds, known to frequent the area of 3300 North Mutter Street. Police say he may be driving a white Lexus.
Anyone with any information should call police as Cuenas is listed as armed and dangerous.
In addition to the $10,000 reward for information on Cuenas, police say there’s a $5,000 reward for the name of the other suspect.