Aug 05, 2022
Suspects Sought In Wawa Parking Lot Shooting In Lansdowne
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Police in Delaware County are seeking the public's help in finding two men involved in a shooting outside a Wawa store on Thursday, Aug. 5, authorities said.
Two men walked onto the parking lot of the store on North Lansdowne Avenue when one of them opened fire at a parked car around 11:45 p.m., Lansdowne police said.
The driver, who is legally permitted to carry a firearm, got out of the car and returned fire multiple times, according to police.
The pair then fled the scene eastbound on East Stratford Avenue. The driver also fled, but returned and is cooperating with the investigation, police said.
No injuries were reported. It was not immediately known if this was a targeted shooting or random act of violence.
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Mystery deepens in unsolved case of murdered business owner a year after she was slaughtered in her own home
Judy Baxter from Amory, Mississippi was found dead in her home on August 12, 2021.3Judy Baxter (center) died at 77 years old after being beaten to deathCredit: WTVA 3Police have yet to find the suspect of Judy's murder after a year of searching, but refuse to give upCredit: WTVA 3Judy's son, Keith (pictured) said the person who killed his mother is 'evil'Credit: WTVA
"She was beaten so badly, we couldn't have an open casket. This is just an evil person who did this," Judy's son, Keith told WTVA.
Police have yet to find the suspect or the motive for Judy's murder.
Keith said his mother was well-known and loved in her community.
“She volunteered for everything she could do in the city or with her church and never heard her say a bad word to anybody in 77 years," he said.Read more in cold casesBEAUTY QUEEN BREAKTHROUGH JonBenét’s brother tells cops 'it's time to talk' after update DNA BREAKTHROUGH Major cold case update as two men are linked to 1983 killings
"That’s what makes it so hard to realize somebody did this to her and to be able to get away with it," Keith said.
He said: "This person did evil things. It’s hard to believe somebody could do this and be that mean. They need to be off the streets, they could do it again."
Amory Police Chief Ronnie Bowen said: "It’s not something that we’re used to dealing with in our community."
The cops are hoping someone comes forward with any information they might have to help them find Judy's killer.Most read in The US SunROBYN THEM BLIND? Sister Wives' Kody makes sneaky financial move with 'favorite' wife RobynACE SNAPS Paige VanZant serves up a stunning tennis-inspired look to leave fans in aweMYSTERY DEEPENS New lead after man vanished without a trace from a shed near his homeDEVILS MOVE Elon Musk claims he's buying Man Utd - but fans are set for disappointment
Bowen said: "We're just trying to shake people's memory and think about - was there anything that they didn't report that they thought was a little suspicious but didn't bother saying anything about it because they thought it wasn't important."
Keith isn't ready to give up either. "You've got to search your heart and know that this person is out there," he said.
With the help of local, state, and federal agencies, police are continuing their search for the suspect.
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Judy's obituary wrote: "Her church and her family were most important in her life and she met everyone with a smile and sought to bless everyone who crossed her path."
Amory Police and Judy's family are increasing the reward to $20,000 for information on this case.