3 charged in Philly-area home invasion, slaying

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Authorities have charged three men in the slaying of a teenager found shot in the back on the side of a road shortly after he was abducted from his Philadelphia-area home following what investigators say was a home invasion robbery.

Twenty-five-year-old Andre Collier and 21-year-old Rasheed Teel of Philadelphia and 22-year-old Charles Freeman of Stowe are charged in Montgomery County with first-degree murder and numerous other offenses in Sunday’s killing of 19-year-old Kareem Ali Borowy of West Pottsgrove Township.

Police said Freeman and Teel are in custody while Collier is “aware he is wanted and has evaded arrest” and should be considered armed and dangerous.

Listed numbers for Collier and Freeman couldn’t be found and a number listed for Teel had been disconnected; it was unclear whether they had attorneys.

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