Habitual Violent Criminal Released From Jail Arrested in Multiple Crimes, Suspect In Brutal Philadelphia Street Assault
“Law enforcement sources tell FOX 29’s Steve Keeley that White was released from prison in January and has a history of assaulting women prison guards in New York”
Malcolm White, 36, has been arrested for an assault and carjacking in Pennsylvania, and police say he is their suspect in a string of assaults on women in Philadelphia.
The horrendous unprovoked attack on three women was caught on camera.
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Malcom White- violent repeat offender released from prison 6 months ago
PPD says he also raped and beat a woman on Ridge Ave
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White reportedly has a long history of violence, particularly toward women, including female corrections officers when he was incarcerated for previous crimes.
The male offender who can be seen on video punching 3 women in the face in South Philly is now in police custody after a 3 day crime spree where he brutally attacked at least 5 women in the Philadelphia area.
Malcom White did not know any of his victims and seemingly attacked them completely unprovoked and chose his victims at random. White was released from prison about 6 months ago for other violent assaults. He even has a history of attacking female corrections officers during his incarceration.
It’s important to note that other sources are not making the direct connection between all of these horrific assaults and the assault and carjacking for which White is being held.
A New York man accused of violently carjacking a woman in Montgomery County is a suspect in a Philadelphia sexual assault and may be responsible for two other attacks on women.
Malcolm White, 36, was arrested Thursday night in Whitpane Township after police say a woman was torn from her car by her hair and punched in the face. According to authorities, the brutal carjacking happened in the parking lot of Henkels and McCoy on Jolly Road where the victim worked.
. . . . The man, described as a 5-foot-7 Black man wearing a yellow shirt and long pants, left the parking lot on foot by the time officers arrived. Police spotted White a short time later jogging down Jolly Road with a yellow shirt tucked into his waistband.
White tried to elude police by hiding in wooded areas and high grass, but was eventually taken into custody. He faces several charges in the brutal assault.
Law enforcement sources tell FOX 29’s Steve Keeley that White was released from prison in January and has a history of assaulting women prison guards in New York.
Authorities in Philadelphia say White is also accused of stalking and sexually assaulting a woman in the vestibule of her workplace on Thursday morning.
Chief Inspector Frank Vanore told reporters that the victim, a woman in her 20s, was followed by an attacker after exiting the bus on North Ridge Avenue around 7:30 a.m.
She was followed into the vestibule of her workplace where the attacker sexually and physically assaulted her, according to Vanore. The victim’s phone was taken during the attack, which police later tracked to Whitpane and learned about White’s arrest.
Investigators in Philadelphia are exploring the possibility that White may be responsible for at least two other attacks on women a day earlier. Both of the attacks happened less than half an hour apart in South Philadelphia.
The suspect’s description was similar, a Black man in his 30s wearing a red jacket, about 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10.
The suspect’s description also fits another attack that happened Thursday in Roxborough. Authorities say a man with a similar description, but wearing different clothing, followed a woman into her place of business, attacked, robbed, and sexually assaulted her.
The Special Victims Unit in Philadelphia has developed enough probable cause to connect the suspect arrested in Montgomery County to the case in Roxborough.
The DA’s office has approved charges for that suspect and the Philadelphia Police Department is working on a warrant.
At this time, Vanore says there is no way to connect the suspect to the attacks in South Philadelphia other than the motive and description being the same. Investigators are working to positively link the cases.
An investigation is ongoing.
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