A New York man arrested for carjacking a woman in Montgomery County is also a suspect in the brutal beating of three women in South Philly.
36-year-old Malcolm White, a black man, is a suspect in a brutal beating of three white women in south Philadelphia on June 15.
Graphic video of the beating was caught on a Ring camera (sensitive content warning):
Shocking graphic video captured a black man beating three white women in south Philadelphia on June 15. pic.twitter.com/UDsdycTDTy
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 17, 2022
Police say Malcom White was released from prison in January and has a history of violently attacking female prison guards.
Malcom White is also a suspect in a sexual assault of a woman and may be linked to several other attacks.
Fox 29 reported:
Malcolm White, 36, was arrested Thursday night in Whitepane Township after police say a woman was torn from her car by her hair and punched in the face. According to authorities, the brutal carjacking happened in the parking lot of Henkels and McCoy on Jolly Road where the victim worked.
The victim told police her attacker put her in a choke hold which caused her to lose consciousness, according to an affidavit. When she awoke, police say she saw the man inside her car and ran back to her workplace.
White tried to elude police by hiding in wooded areas and high grass, but was eventually taken into custody. He faces several charges in the brutal assault.
Law enforcement sources tell FOX 29’s Steve Keeley that White was released from prison in January and has a history of assaulting women prison guards in New York.
Authorities in Philadelphia say White is also accused of stalking and sexually assaulting a woman in the vestibule of her workplace on Thursday morning.
Chief Inspector Frank Vanore told reporters that the victim, a woman in her 20s, was followed by an attacker after exiting the bus on North Ridge Avenue around 7:30 a.m.
She was followed into the vestibule of her workplace where the attacker sexually and physically assaulted her, according to Vanore. The victim’s phone was taken during the attack, which police later tracked to Whitpane and learned about White’s arrest.