A suburban Philadelphia judge has allowed murder charges to proceed against four suspects accused of taking part in the slaying of a Chester drugstore manager.
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Four suspects in the shooting death of 40-year-old Jason McClay of Broomall appeared Friday before a Delaware County judge. They are next due in court Dec. 3 in Media.
Rita Pultro and David Wiggins are charged with first-degree murder. Tariq Mahmud and Christopher Parks face second-degree murder charges. All are from Philadelphia.
Pultro and Wiggins are accused of entering a Rite Aid in Chester to rob it, then shooting McClay and fleeing the scene.
Authorities said Parks was the getaway driver and Mahmud was a store employee who provided inside information about security procedures.
Attorneys for the four defendants could not immediately be reached Friday.