PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – U.S. Marshals and Philadelphia Homicide Detectives have arrested a man wanted for a murder that happened during a Strawberry Mansion home invasion in March.

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Charles Davis was arrested in the 600 block of North Conastoga Street on Thursday. Authorities say he is connected to a March 5th home invasion, murder and robbery that took place on Cecil B. Moore Avenue near 33rd Street.

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According to police, Davis and another man, Ali Marsh, entered the home, shot and killed John Paul Jr. and critically wounded his wife, Sherrell.

Davis, police say, was also a Pennsylvania state parole fugitive for aggravated assault. Davis’ prior arrests include firearms possession and aggravated assault.

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