Reward Offered For 2nd Suspect In Strawberry Mansion Fatal Home Invasion

By Al Novack

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the second suspect in a fatal home invasion in Strawberry Mansion earlier this month.

Police say Charles Davis and his partner, 35-year-old Ali Marsh, murdered 35-year-old John Paul and wounded Paul’s wife Sherell in their Cecil B. Moore Avenue home on March 5th.

Acting on a tip, a task force of U.S. Marshals, Philadelphia police and Plymouth Township police arrested Marsh on Saturday. Authorities were able to track down Marsh and a female associate at a Plymouth Township hotel where they had been staying.

Still at large and actively being sought is co-defendant Charles Davis, who often frequents the Chester area, according to police (see related story). Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the authorities.

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One Comment

  1. Home Security says:

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  2. ms says:

    Now the judge will give him 10 years.

  3. Smithsha says:

    How Dumb are these women who stay in hiding with them they should be lock up right next to them scent they want to be with them so bad

  4. Army of One says:

    Thank God they caught him. One down. I hope they catch the other guy sooner than soon.

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