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CrimePhiladelphia homicide suspect caught after Harvard Square search

21:20  06 august  2019
21:20  06 august  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

Methuen police arrest murder suspect wanted out of NH

Methuen police arrest murder suspect wanted out of NH Methuen police have arrested a murder suspect who is wanted out of New Hampshire on unrelated charges. Police said they placed 29-year-old Joseph King Hanright in custody at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday in the area of Jackson Street. An officer spotted him, approached him and placed him under arrest without incident. Hanright faces multiple charges from Methuen police, including failure to stop for police, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, receiving stolen property of more than $1,200, interfering with a police officer, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest.

A homicide suspect from Philadelphia was caught near a Harvard Square ice cream shop Tuesday, Cambridge police said.

Philadelphia homicide suspect caught after Harvard Square search© Cambridge Police Homicide suspect spotted near Harvard

The announcement followed an alert sent out to students and staff at Harvard University at 12:14 p.m., which advised recipients to "shelter in place" during a police search of the area near JFK and Eliot Streets.

Several emergency vehicles, including an armored vehicle, were seen in the area.

At 12:46 p.m., police announced the arrest of Sohan Panjrolia, 31. He was formerly a student at Harvard and resident of Cambridge, police said.

Panjrolia was caught near the Ben & Jerry's on 36 John F. Kennedy Street, officials said.

Police search for suspect in No. 4 train assault

Police search for suspect in No. 4 train assault The NYPD released information about a person wanted in connection with the assault of a subway rider last month on a No. 4 train in the Bronx and asked for the public’s help in finding the suspect. Cops said that two women got into an argument on a Woodlawn-bound train after bumping into each other near the Yankee Stadium stop on July 18 at about 4:25 p.m. One of them shoved the other to the floor of the train, then punched and kicked her in the the face, according to police. The suspect fled and the injured rider declined medical attention.

Philadelphia police said Panjrolia was wanted for shooting his father with an assault rifle on Saturday. The victim, identified as Mahendra B. Panjrolia, 60, was shot in the head.

After the shooting, the suspect's vehicle was found a few blocks away but Panjrolia evaded local police.

Philadelphia police warned that Panjrolia may have been using narcotics and should be considered to be armed and dangerous.

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Homicide suspect fled into Lake Michigan when approached by police.
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – The suspect in a Muskegon County homicide Thursday ran into Lake Michigan when approached by police officers, who later was convinced to surrender. That’s according to the Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office, which is investigating the homicide that occurred in Twin Lake north of Muskegon. Deputies were called to a home on Meeuwenberg Road in Twin Lake where they found a man who had died from gunshot wounds, according to a press release issued on Thursday, Aug. 15. © Kayla Renie | MLive.com/Kayla Renie | MLive.com/mlive.

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