Update! Police have Identified, Apprehended Suspect in Popeyes Stabbing Case

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The name of the suspect was released by Prince George County Police after last weeks stabbing over a chicken sandwich at Oxon Hill Popeyes.

accused is thirty year old Ricoh McClain from District Heights. The victim: Kevin Tyrell Davis aged 28, dead at the hospital an hour after the incident.

The Police Commander Brian Reilly had this to say in a news conference Tuesday: “We believe he’s still in the area. We’ve identified him within the last week… We know Mr. McClain has former addresses in Washington, D.C., and here, in Prince George’s County, Maryland… We have no indication that they knew each other prior,”

McClain is still at large and should be considered armed and dangerous, if you see him do not attempt to approach him, call 911 immediately.

for full story including image of McClain go to WTOP


According to report from WTOP Prince George’s County Police have apprehended the suspect in Oxon Hill Popeyes deadly stabbing.

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