The second suspect in the shooting death of a sanitation worker in Northeast Philadelphia in November of the previous year was captured by law enforcement officials and U.S. Marshals. 

Rasheem, also known as “Rasheen” Trusty, 31, was detained on Tuesday at about 3 p.m. in Philadelphia along the 6900 block of Frankford Avenue, according to authorities.

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Who is Rasheem Trusty?

Rasheem Trusty is 31 years old. Ikeem Johnson, a 35-year-old Philadelphia sanitation worker, was killed, and Rasheem Trusty and Nushar Scott, 39, were both wanted in connection with the crime.

On November 18, at 10:33 a.m., Ikeem Johnson was at work in the 7300 block of Rowland Street. According to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, he was in the passenger seat of a garbage truck when the driver suddenly stopped due to an approaching person. The shooter then moved up to the truck’s passenger side and started firing.

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Commissioner Outlaw reported that Johnson was shot multiple times practically immediately after leaving the truck. Shortly later, he died from his wounds at the scene.

The Philadelphia Police Department subsequently released surveillance images of the man and the car they believed he was driving. Investigators said that the suspect was observed sporting a black “Jordan 11” mask, a dark blue “Dickies-style” jacket over a black hooded sweatshirt, black jeans, and white-soled sneakers.

In addition, the suspect was operating a dark-colored Subaru Outback from 2015 to 2019 that had a roof rack, dark-tinted windows, and an illegible Pennsylvania license plate.

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A $20,000 reward was offered for information in order to capture them. After being detained on January 23, Scott was charged with a number of crimes, including murder, conspiring to commit a crime, possessing a weapon that was illegal, carrying a weapon while unlicensed, carrying a weapon in public while in Philadelphia, and having a weapon with the purpose to commit a crime.