Milan Loncar Wiki – Milan Loncar Bio
Milan Loncar, a Philadelphia man, who gunned down while walking dog.
One man has been arrested in connection with the shooting of a 25-year-old man who was gunned down in Philadelphia while walking his dog.
A second suspect has been identified, Philadelphia police said.
Loncar was 25 years old.
Milan Loncar Killed
The victim, Loncar, was walking his dog Wednesday night when two men wearing dark-coloured clothing and masks approached him, according to police.
One of the suspects pulled out a gun and pointed it at Loncar while the other searched the man’s pockets. Loncar was then shot in the upper chest and the two suspects fled.
Officers on patrol were flagged down about a shooting just before 7 p.m. and found Loncar lying on a highway. He was pronounced dead at a hospital. Police said the entire shooting was captured on surveillance video.
One of the suspects, Josephus Davis, 20, was arrested later that evening after Highway Patrol officers stopped a vehicle that had been taken in a carjacking. Four men fled the vehicle, but Davis was apprehended, police said.
“After further investigation, the driver’s clothing was the same as the male who shot Milan Loncar hours prior,” Philadelphia police said.
Authorities identified Davis as the shooter. He’s been charged with murder and other offences. It’s not clear if he has obtained an attorney.
Police say 25-year-old Milan Loncar didn’t put up a fight when two people approached him Wednesday evening in the Brewerytown section of Philadelphia while walking his dog.
After his pockets were rifled through, Loncar was fatally shot.
Police say Davis was arrested just two hours after the murder, allegedly driving a car reported stolen in a separate carjacking.
While four others ran off, investigators took Davis into custody. Police say his clothing and description match up with the surveillance footage in Loncar’s murder.