Less than a day after a warrant was issued for his arrest, 21-year-old Antonio Penman turned himself into police. Soon after on Tuesday, he was charged with murder.
Police say Penman drove his car through a crowd of people on Queen City Avenue Saturday night and killed 57-year-old Carlton Stallworth. Stallworth's family says he had gone to the street outside his house to break up a fight that included as many as 50 people.
His wife, Mary, says the crowd was not from their neighborhood and Stallworth didn't know the people fighting. She's happy there's been an arrest, but hopes there are more. "One person turning himself in," she says, "I don't feel any justice."
Mary Stallworth says Penman wasn't the only person involved in the fight that led to her husband's death, so more people should be held responsible. "My husband went down there to tell them to get away from his door and to stop. And they just started swinging on him," Stallworth says. "Everybody that was involved should be punished."
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