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Francis Decero

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Who was Francis Decero?

Francis Decero’s body was found in the bushes by a group of children in South Philadelphia on May 4.

Francis Decero death: Suspect arrested in case of Philadelphia man found shot, stabbed and burned
Tue, Jun 14, 2022 3:32 AM
Joseph Rodriguez, 22, has been charged with the murder of Decero, 25, who was reported missing from his home on April 26.

A Suspect has been arrested in the murder of a 25 year old man who was found shot, stabbed, beaten and burned.


Law enforcement officials have said 22-year-old Joseph Rodriguez has been charged with murder, possession of an instrumentality of crime, reckless endangerment of another person, conspiracy, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice and criminal abuse. of a corpse.

NBC 10 reported that Rodriguez was also denied bail.The arrest comes a month after Decero’s body was discovered.The motive for the murder is still unknown.

Missing Report

Decero was reported missing from his home on April 26.Initially, police thought Decero was targeted for winning the lottery, but records later showed that Decero wasn’t listed as a lottery winner.

Newsweek reported the state’s lottery service indicated that someone named Francis D won $1million on an Extreme Green scratch-off ticket lottery service.

However, the Philadelphia Police Department told The US Sun that they couldn’t confirm nor rule out Decero’s lottery win.

Francis Decero’s Autopsy

CBS News Philadelphia reported that an autopsy found Decero was shot three times in the face, back and side, stabbed, suffered burns and was beaten. A suspect has been arrested over the murder of a 25-year-old man who was found shot, stabbed, beaten, and burned


The victim’s father, Lou Decero, spoke to the media outlet when the news of his son’s death was first announced.

He expressed that he wanted to know why this happened to his son.

“I have to know who did this; there was no reason. I don’t know who  done this; I hope they find him,” Lou Decero told CBS News Philadelphia.


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