2:45pm – The victim leaves her house for the market to buy an afternoon snack.
3:00pm – The victim’s mother realizes that her daughter should have returned home. She checks the corner store where she was supposed to be and cannot locate her daughter.
3:10pm – The victim’s mother calls 911 to report her daughter missing.
3:15pm – The victim returns home and informs her mother that she had been abducted and sexually assaulted.
3:20pm – Police are dispatched to the victim’s home and begin the investigation.
3:45pm – 25th District officers notify the Special Victims Unit and investigators are dispatched.
4:20pm – Officers interview the store owners and view surveillance video.
5:15pm – A photo of a male fitting the description of the offender is discovered by investigators.
5:50pm – SVU investigators send the photo to the Public Affairs Unit.
6:10pm – The photo is released to the public via the news media.
6:20pm – A concerned Philadelphian recognizes this dangerous offender and directs police to his residence.
6:25pm – Marcise Turner (black male, 22 years-of-age, of the 2000 block of East Huntingdon Street) is arrested by 26th District officers.
A dangerous criminal commits an unspeakable crime at 3pm and is brought to justice before the end of the evening news. This is a shining example of the results that can be achieved when Philadelphians stand up for their fellow citizens.