PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Latest on Tuesday's violence in Philadelphia (all times local):
Police say a man has been charged in a stabbing rampage along a Philadelphia street in which police said he randomly attacked people at a cellphone store and inside a car and then killed a man at a mechanic shop.
The death was one of six killings on a violent Tuesday in the city.
Police said the man entered a Cricket Wireless store and stabbed a man in the chest who was paying his bill, then climbed into a car and stabbed the driver in each hand before heading to a nearby mechanic and stabbing 30-year-old Nathan Ackison in the chest as he was watching repairs on his car. Ackson was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital minutes later. The two other victims drove themselves to a hospital and were in stable condition.
Fifty-five-year-old Ronald Stanley is charged with murder, criminal homicide, aggravated and simple assault and related offenses. Court documents don't list an attorney and a listed number for him couldn't be found Wednesday.
Six people have been killed during a bloody day on the streets of Philadelphia.
The violence began Tuesday afternoon when police say a man randomly stabbed three people, killing one man and sending two others to the hospital. The suspect was taken into custody, but has not been charged.
A few hours later, investigators say gunfire broke out, leaving one man dead and another in critical condition.
Over the next several hours, police say four more men were killed in four separate shootings.
No arrests have been made in any of the shootings.
All of the killings happened in different neighborhoods, and police aren't saying whether any of them are connected.