On June 18, 2013, the Philadelphia Police Department arrested Terrance Pettway who has been identified as the suspect for multiple robberies in Sharswood and Logan.
On May 25, 2013, at 2:30am, while the complainant was inside the New Nam Chang Restaurant ordering food suspect #1 entered the Restaurant. When the suspect approached the complainant he punched him in the right side of his head with his left hand with what appeared to be brass knuckles. When the complainant fell to the floor the suspect repeatedly punched the complainant taking an unknown amount of cash from the complainant’s pockets. During this time suspect #2 came to the door of the restaurant to check on suspect #1. After suspect #1 beat and robbed the complainant, he left the restaurant only to return moments later to kick the complainant several more times. Both suspects fled crossing 22nd Street and entering a white or silver vehicle.
The complainant suffered from serious injuries including a broken nose, orbital socket, nasal passage and lacerations.
A short time later May 25, 2013, at 3:20am, the suspect was involved in a second robbery at 5200 Old York Road in Logan when the suspect approached the complainant and swung at him demanding money. When the complainant refused the suspect acted as though he was reaching for a gun but when police arrived the suspect fled the location on foot and was apprehended within a short time. During the investigation and after viewing the surveillance video from the robbery at 2136 West Oxford Street Pettway was identified as the suspect in both robberies.
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