DAILYKENN.com --8-year-old Mark Edward Mason is dead. The little white boy was allegedly stabbed to death by a 43-year-old black male identified as Keith Burley.
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NEW CASTLE (KDKA) — A man, just out of jail, who is now accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend’s 8-year-old child in Lawrence County late Monday night has been arrested.
Keith Burley, 43, of Edinburg, Pennsylvania, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals in Youngstown, Ohio, Tuesday morning. The manhunt for Burley lasted nearly 10 hours.
He was arrested just before 9 a.m. while walking down Market Street in downtown Youngstown. He reportedly identified himself to the arresting officials.
Pennsylvania State Police confirm the man in question is Burley.
Police tell KDKA the call came in at first as a kidnapping and “rolling domestic dispute,” which means a dispute was occurring inside a vehicle between Burley and his girlfriend, 36-year-old Maram Saada. The woman had her two children inside the car with Burley.
Trp Jim Long explains, “There was an argument with something to do with the cell phones. It got physical and it went from words to physical abuse.”
Police say Saada exited the vehicle at the New Castle Fire Department after being assaulted by Burley.
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