One Dead, 17 injured After Man Drives Through Crowd at Pennsylvania Fundraiser Then Murders Woman in Neighboring Community
Adrian Oswaldo Sura Reyes
A 24-year-old man drove his vehicle through a crowd at a Pennsylvania fundraiser on Saturder killing one and injuring 17 others. The same suspect, Adrian Osawldo Sura Reyes, then attacked a woman in a neighboring community killing her.
Here is the police report on the incident.
It is not clear about the legal status of the suspect.
24-year-old Adrian Oswaldo Sura Reyes is now behind bars after police say he is the man responsible for driving through the crowd at the Nescopeck fundraiser leaving one person dead and at least 17 others injured Intoxicology Berwick. https://t.co/wexJLuFDDX pic.twitter.com/nCKdEcgP2a
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This is the man State Police say drove a car into the crowd of people at a fundraiser in Berwick for the victims of last Friday’s deadly fire in Nescopeck. He was later arrested at a home in Nescopeck where a woman was found dead. His name is being released shortly. pic.twitter.com/wgNk2gXgE8
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NBC News reported:
A man drove through a crowd gathered for a fundraising event Saturday, killing one person and injuring 17, before fatally attacking a woman in a neighboring borough, Pennsylvania authorities said.
The suspect, identified as Adrian Oswaldo Sura Reyes, 24, was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Doug Brewer on two open counts of Criminal Homicide, Pennsylvania State Police said in a news release early Sunday.
Reyes of Nescopeck, a small township in Pennsylvania’s eastern Luzerne County, “was denied bail and remanded to the Columbia County Correctional Facility,” the release said.
No details were released about the victims.
At an earlier news conference on Saturday evening, State Trooper Anthony Petroski said that a vehicle drove through a “community event” in Berwick around 6:15 p.m.
After the crash, the suspect is accused of fatally assaulting a female in Nescopeck, where he was taken into custody by municipal police, Petroski said.