Accidental bump in grocery store leads to shooting – Crime Online
Pennsylvania police are looking for a man who allegedly followed a woman home from a grocery store after she accidentally ran into her and opened fire.
The suspect was identified as Moenell Coleman, 26, according to WPVI, which said he was charged with two counts each of attempted murder and aggravated assault and other crimes.
Police say the incident began before 10 a.m. Wednesday at a Coatesville market when the woman, in her 20s, accidentally bumped into Coleman. The two are seen exchanging words in surveillance video which also shows Coleman pushing his body against the woman.
“There was a lot of talking out loud,” store manager Yogesh Kaumar told the station. “Foul language was used. The girl said sorry. I do not know what happened.
Coleman and the woman left the store after the altercation. Police said Coleman followed her to her home about half a block away, where he knocked on the door and then fired several shots.
The woman and her brother were hit by bullets, police said. The woman was treated at the scene for an abrasion and her brother was taken to Paoli Hospital, WTXF said. His condition was unknown.
Investigators said Coleman was not found at his last known address, although they said they found “evidence of the crime” on the property.
Police said Coleman should be considered armed and dangerous.
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