Prince George’s County Police have been looking for the “Popeyes Stabbing Suspect” for over a week. This morning an announcement was made that “Ricoh McClain” the only suspect was captured over night.
Police were looking for Ricoh McClain, 30, of District Heights and had charged him with the murder of Kevin Tyrell Davis, 28, of Oxon Hill.
Cpl. Nicholas Clayton with the Prince George’s County Police: “We just wanted to update the community on the status of this case. We wanted to let everyone know we did apprehend and arrested Mr. Ricol McClain.”
Cpl. Clayton: “When our department is able to close a case and arrest, it certainly doesn’t mean that those hurt by this incident have been relieved of that pain. What it means is that we’re able to take someone who is proven to be dangerous off the roads to make it a safer, more livable community for everyone.”
Witnesses say McClain and Davis got into a brief argument, then they went outside to the parking lot, where McClain immediately stabbed Davis and ran off. 28 Year Old Tyrell Davis died about an hour later at a hospital.
Ricoh McClain is charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.