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Moenell Coleman shoots woman and her brother after she accidentally crashes into him in Coatesville, Police Say – NBC10 Philadelphia

Coatesville police are hunting for a man who allegedly tracked down a woman who came to her home and shot and killed her and her brother because he was angry that she accidentally bumped into him at a grocery store.

The ordeal began around 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, Police say a woman in her 20s accidentally bumped into Moenell Coleman, 26, at Coatesville Market on the 800 block of East Lincoln Freeway in Coatesville.

The woman apologized but Coleman threatened to shoot her as she was leaving, police said.

The woman then walked less than a block away to her home. Coleman saw the woman park her car and approach her home, according to investigators. When the woman opened the front door, Coleman is said to have pulled out a gun and fired several times at her.

The woman was grazed on her right leg while her brother, who was inside the house at the time, was also hit. The woman was treated at the scene while her brother was taken to Paoli hospital. Police have yet to reveal his brother’s condition.

Police identified Coleman as the gunman and they continued to search for him. He was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and other related charges.

Police searched Coleman’s last residence in Coatesville but could not find him there. He is considered armed and dangerous. Police said he had ties to Wilmington, Delaware, as well as Norristown, Pennsylvania. He’s 5 feet-3 tall and weighs 170 pounds.


Moenell Coleman

If you have any information about Coleman’s whereabouts, call the Coatesville City Police Department.

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