Suspect Charged With Murder Just Days After Receiving Major Bail Reduction

25-year-old victim robbed, executed while walking dog

Image Credits: Philadelphia Police.

The suspect in a robbery-murder in Philadelphia was freely roaming the streets just days after judges reduced his bail from $200,000 to $12,000, according to reports.

Josephus L. Davis, 20, was arrested and charged with murder following the killing of 25-year-old Milan Loncar on Jan. 13th.

On that evening, Loncar was walking his newly-adopted rescue dog in the Brewerytown neighborhood of North Philadelphia when he was accosted by two suspects.

“Surveillance video released by police shows two people approach Loncar,” Fox 29 reports. “One points a handgun at him and they both start reaching towards his pant pockets.”

Loncar reportedly called for help before dropping his phone.

When he was found, he was still holding his dog’s leash.

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Davis was arrested less than two hours later during a traffic stop connected to a recent carjacking.

Philadelphia police inspector Derrick Wood revealed Davis had been recently released despite multiple pending felony cases thanks to very lax bail policies implemented by local judges.

“This male was on the street with two open felony cases because his bail was reduced from 200K to 12K,” Wood tweeted. “This is ridiculous and another example of bail decisions that are being made without considering the safety of the community. Consequences matter.”

Davis was reportedly facing a slew of charges stemming from a violent carjacking, as well as an attack on a prison guard, when two separate judges sliced his bail to an amount which he managed to produce.

“He was living his best life, his girlfriend was moving in next month,” Milan Loncar’s sister said. “There was no reason for this. This wasn’t supposed to happen. He’s 25.”

A reward fund has been established to help the Loncar family seek justice for Milan.

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