Charles “Chuckie” Maude III murder: $50,000 reward offered for info in Philadelphia fatal shooting

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The family of a man who was gunned down in his vehicle are hoping for a big reward that will persuade someone to come forward in the case.

The pain felt by Charles “Chuckie” Maude III’s family is still fresh more than a year after his death.

“He has two little girls right here who are growing up without a father and that’s sad. My brother was a good person. He wasn’t mean to a soul. So it just hurts,” said his sister Jennifer Maude.

On Friday, March 12, 2021, Maude was hanging out with friends at the 3200 block of Emerald Street in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood.

His mother says his friends left and Maude got into his car around 10:30 p.m. Surveillance video shows two men walking towards it.

Maude is then shot through the window. The 24-year-old died two days later in hospital.

“Watch the video. If you know who you are, please contact the police,” his mother Jennifer Meleski said.

The police point out clear defects or markings on the pants of the two suspects. They also say you can see the suspects’ white vehicle has a vanity license plate with red writing.

The City of Philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward funds and the Citizens Crime Commission is administering $30,000 in reward funds from his family. That’s up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. All you have to do is call 215-546-TIPS. All calls remain anonymous.

“Why would they take our child’s life? What could make her? What could he have done so badly that they had to do this to him, to all of us,” said his father Charles Maude II.

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