2nd Suspect in Fatal Home Invasion Arrested

Police have arrested the second suspect in a deadly home invasion in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city that left a husband and father dead and his wife badly hurt.

By Sam Chamberlain, Dan Stamm and David Chang
|  Thursday, Jul 19, 2012  |  Updated 10:41 PM EDT
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Neighbors and Family Speak Out About Home Invasion

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Ali Marsh (L) was arrested back on March 10 while Charles Davis (R) was arrested on Thursday.

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Mother of Home Invasion Victim Speaks Out

The mother of a man who was killed in a home invasion that left his wife badly injured, speaks after the arrest of one of the suspects in her son's murder. Ali Marsh is under arrest and his alleged accomplice Charles Davis is still on the loose. They are accused of shooting Sherrell Paul and killing her husband John Paul Jr. NBC10's Cydney Long reports.

Kids Call 911 After Deadly Home Invasion

A home invasion happened early Monday morning at the 3200 block of Cecil B. Moore Avenue, according to police. During the invasion a man was shot dead and his wife was left in critical condition, police said. Police received the 911 call from one of the couple's children. NBC10's Terry Ruggles reports the details.
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Police have arrested the second suspect in a deadly home invasion in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city that left a husband and father dead and his wife badly hurt.

Charles Davis, 35, was arrested on the 600 block of North Conestoga Street on Thursday. Investigators say Davis is connected to the deadly attack that occurred in the 3200 block of Cecil B. Moore Avenue around 4:00 a.m. on March 5. 

Charles Davis, Credit: U.S. Marshal Task Force

Investigators say Davis and a second man, Ali Marsh, 35, broke into a house and shot Sherrell Paul at least eight times. Sherrell's husband John Paul Jr. confronted the two men, and was shot dead, according to police.

Paul's two children were home during the attack.

During the alleged home invasion Sherrell shot back at her attackers and possibly struck one of them in the leg.

Marsh was arrested without incident on March 10 at the Spring Hill Marriott hotel in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. by a task force of U.S. Marshals, Philadelphia Police and local police. He was found with a gunshot wound to his leg when he was captured but it was unclear who shot him, U.S. Marshals said. He was charged with murder, robbery and related offenses. 

Ali Marsh, Credit: U.S. Marshal Task Force

While Marsh was captured, Davis eluded authorities for months until his arrest on Thursday. Police have not yet revealed the specific charges against him.

John's mother, Antoinette Paul, believes her son's murder was the result of a mistaken address or identity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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