Phoenixville murder suspect turns herself in

December 29, 2011 8:25:47 AM PST
A teenage girl wanted in connection with the murder of a man in Phoenixville has surrendered to Chester County authorities.

In the company of her attorney, 18-year-old Monique Robinson of Phoenixville turned herself in to West Chester Police on Thursday. Robinson was wanted in connection with the murder of 22-year-old Selvin Lopez, a Guatemalan immigrant. The alleged triggerman Saleem Williams, as well as Steven Reidler are already in custody.

According to police, back on September 14th, shortly before 1:00 a.m., Lopez was returning home after working a night shift at a Wendy's when he was approached by the trio who grabbed his backpack and ran - Lopez gave chase.

When they got to the 100 block of Prospect Street, police say according to Saleem Williams, Robinson handed him the gun and said, "shoot him". He complied, shooting Lopez, and they fled.

Saleem Williams and Steven Reidler were later captured and charged for their role in the murder. However, Robinson was been on the run ever since.

Robinson was taken into custody, charged with murder and transferred to a Chester County prison.

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