by Julie Shaw,
Philadelphia Police have arrested and charged a 47-year-old Delaware County man in connection with the body of a Drexel Hill musician found last month in Mount Moriah Cemetery, who they believe was killed in a building owned by the Warlocks Motorcycle Club.
Billy Gibson, a former boxer who fought under the name Billy Mastrangelo, was arraigned early Saturday on charges of conspiracy, hindering apprehension, abuse of corpse, and related offenses. He is not charged with murder in the death of Keith Palumbo, 36, whose body was one of two found by police in a crypt in the cemetery April 3.
Homicide Capt. Jason Smith said Monday that Palumbo, who went missing Feb. 6, was believed to have been shot inside a building on the 7000 block of Woodland Avenue in the Paschall section of Southwest Philadelphia. There was “blood inside that residence” on the first floor, he said.
Smith said the location is linked to the Warlocks Motorcycle Club. Property records for the two-story apartment building on Woodland Avenue say it is owned by Warlocks MC LLC.
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