A wanted homeless man in Philly was charged with involuntary manslaughter after pushing a man onto subway rails during an argument
· Jan 6, 2024 · NottheBee.com

This is brutal, man, and you hate to see it.

A homeless Philadelphia man is being charged with involuntary manslaughter after an altercation at a subway station led to him shoving another man onto the tracks just before a train arrived. The suspect was on bench warrant status in a neighboring county, and his criminal record includes cases in two other Pennsylvania counties.

This happened Thursday afternoon, apparently during an argument over a lighter (homeless people don't usually give you your lighter back when you lend it to them, btw).

I'm gonna show you the video, but it's extremely difficult to watch, so brace yourself.

[Warning: Disturbing]

Those screams, man. Can't imagine being there for that.

The man lost his life as a result.

The police are calling it "involuntary manslaughter."

Chaz Wearing, 40, is charged with involuntary manslaughter, the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office announced Friday …

The incident occurred on the platform for the Market-Frankford line at 34th and Market streets around 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, officials said …

Wearing was taken into custody at the next station stop at 40th Street Station, police said.

The 34th Street Station was shut down for hours Thursday afternoon as well as the area near Drexel's campus.

Seriously, you hate to see this stuff, and we can only hope that somewhere along the line here we start to get this crime thing under control.

I think we gotta start treating criminals like criminals again.

I know, very controversial stuff...

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