ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pa. — Two people have been charged in connection with the death of a Bridgeville landscaper.
Lavarr Carroll, 43, was found dead in an alley in Scott Township last May.
On Monday, police charged Bradley Smith, 33, and Abdullah Faheem, 52, with abuse of a corpse and criminal conspiracy.
Investigators say the pair was caught on surveillance video dumping Carroll’s body in a Scott Township alley early in the morning on May 8, 2022.
Just prior to that, police paperwork states Carroll was seen with Faheem and Smith inside a GetGo in Carnegie before getting into a car with the two men.
Carroll was a well-known South Hills landscaper who died from alcohol combined with marijuana, cocaine and fentanyl, according to the medical examiner.
The police report states Carroll was seen on surveillance video apparently going unconscious inside Faheem’s car along with Smith.
The report claims Faheem is seen “trying to rouse Carroll but he is unresponsive.”
Then, a short time later, investigators say surveillance video captured Faheem and Smith dumping Carroll’s body along Booth Way, about a four minute drive away, in Scott Township.
As of Monday night, police were still trying to track down Faheem and Smith.
If you know where they are, you’re asked to contact investigators.
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