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4 Arrested In Connection To Murder Of Philly Woman

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(L-R) Byron McDonald, 19, Anthony Palmer, 33, Roland Thompson, 36 and Rashon AWiggins, 24. (Philadelphia Police Department) (L-R) Byron McDonald, 19, Anthony Palmer, 33, Roland Thompson, 36 and Rashon AWiggins, 24. (Philadelphia Police Department)
Police say an arrest warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Terrell Antwon. (Philadelphia Police Department) Police say an arrest warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Terrell Antwon. (Philadelphia Police Department)
PHILADELPHIA -

Philadelphia Police say they have arrested for men in connection to the shooting death of a 25-year-old woman and are looking to arrest a fifth suspect.

Johnika Tiggett was shot in the head early Friday morning in the area of the 2000 block of Dennie Street, police said.

Police say Tiggett was rushed to Temple Hospital, where she was pronounced dead Friday night.

Police say thus far they have arrested four men; Byron McDonald, 19, Anthony Palmer, 33, Roland Thompson, 36 and Rashon Wiggins, 24, in connection to the shooting.

An arrest warrant has been issued for a fifth man, 23-year-old Terrell Antwon, according to police.

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