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Crime Mother, cousin charged with hindering apprehension of Pennsylvania police murder suspect

21:05  21 november  2017
21:05  21 november  2017 Source:   wtae.com

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Felony charges of hindering apprehension were filed against Sherry Holt, 47, of East Pittsburgh, and Aysa Benson and Marcel Mason, both 29 and of Duquesne, online dockets showed. Mason is a cousin of Rahmael Holt, and Benson is Mason's girlfriend, according to police.

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On Sunday, while Rahmael Holt was still at large, Sherry Holt told a U.S. Marshals task force that she had no contact with her son, according to a criminal complaint. She was directed to notify police if any contact with him did occur, the complaint said.

Later that day, when Westmoreland County detectives questioned Sherry Holt about her son, the woman told one detective that she did see Rahmael after the shooting, according to the complaint. She was instructed to report any further information within 12 hours to avoid being charged, the complaint said.

On Monday, Sherry Holt was interviewed again, this time by Allegheny County Sheriff's detectives and FBI special agents at a house in the Homewood North area of Pittsburgh.

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(Reuters) - The suspect in the fatal shooting last week of a Pennsylvania police officer who had been less than a year on the job is in custody after a massive Holt faces murder and weapons charges , and several associates and family members were charged with hindering apprehension , it said.

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"Sherry Holt stated that she had not seen or spoken to her son," the complaint said. "When confronted about her previous conflicting statements, Sherry Holt admitted that she did in fact see her son, Rahmael Holt, on Friday, November 17, 2017 after the shooting took place. Sherry Holt never notified any members of law enforcement about this encounter."

The woman was charged with hindering apprehension "due to the numerous conflicting statements given, along with the fact that Sherry Holt failed to contact law enforcement as instructed," the complaint said.

Mason and Benson were questioned at their home in Duquesne when detectives from the county sheriff's office went there to arrest Mason on an outstanding warrant Monday, according to a criminal complaint.

"Both Benson and Mason denied having any contact with Holt and stated that they have not seen him in several weeks and that he was not welcome at their residence," the complaint said. "Due to Benson's demeanor, detectives believed that Holt was recently at the residence, which prompted further questioning of Benson."

Benson eventually told investigators that Holt showed up at the house on Saturday afternoon, and that she took him to a bus stop in downtown Pittsburgh after he changed into clothes provided to him by Mason, according to the complaint.

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