Award offered to help find homicide suspect Brandon Wilson
Crime Stoppers of Monroe County is offering a cash award for information leading to the arrest of a man wanted for homicide.
Police are looking for 19-year-old Brandon June Wilson in connection with the drive-by shooting death of 39-year-old Darcey Kravchenko on Dec. 14.
The shooting happened between 12:18 and 12:30 a.m. at 5014 Old Timber Rd. in Hamilton Township, just west of East Stroudsburg.
A search of the scene revealed evidence that the home had been hit by gunfire and that a man inside, identified as Kravchenko, had been shot and killed, state police said.
Two adults and one juvenile were charged with homicide:
Jacqueline Rose Harrigan, 20, of East Stroudsburg, and Bruce Murray Jr., 22, of Tobyhanna, were arrested by State Police Tuesday evening. A third suspect, 16-year-old Dygunn Mitchell, was also charged.
Police are asking the public's help to find Wilson, the fourth suspect in the case.
Wilson is described as a black male, 6 feet 1 inch tall, weighing 160 pounds.
He has brown eyes and black hair styled in dreadlocks.
His last known address was 334 Lackawanna Avenue in East Stroudsburg, but also has ties to Brooklyn, New York.
If you have information on Wilson's whereabouts or any other serious crime or wanted person, call Monroe County Crime Stoppers at 1-866-370-1518.
Callers could be eligible for cash rewards, and you can remain anonymous.
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