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Anthony Reid was sentenced to death by the State of Pennsylvania for a double murder

According to court documents Anthony Reid would shoot and kill Mark Lisby over a drug debt

Reid would also be convicted of another murder

Anthony Reid would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death

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Anthony Reid Now

Parole Number: 6457W
Age: 55
Date of Birth: 11/11/1967
Race/Ethnicity: BLACK
Height: 5′ 11″
Gender: MALE
Citizenship: USA
Complexion: DARK
Current Location: PHOENIX

Permanent Location: PHOENIX
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA

Anthony Reid Case

On July 9, 1988, Mark Lisby, the victim, took approximately Five-Hundred Dollars worth of “caps” (cocaine capsules) from his nephew Terrance Lisby. The next day, Mark Lisby informed Terrance Lisby that he had used the “caps” and did *173 not have the money to pay him. Terrance Lisby worked for Lawrence Boston, and both of these men were attempting to obtain membership in the Junior Black Mafia (“JBM”). Lawrence Boston and Terrance Lisby were working for Kevin Bowman, who was a member of the JBM. Once Mark Lisby realized that Kevin Bowman would be angry about the missing drugs, he met with Kevin Bowman to explain the situation and offered to replace the lost income the following week.

On or about July 11, 1988, Lawrence Boston, who had not been paid, appeared at the doorway of the Lisby household located at 2444 North Stanley Street in Philadelphia. He was accompanied by the Anthony Reid, Anthony “Tone Bey” Reid, who was a member of the JBM. After a brief conversation, Mark Lisby, Appellant and Lawrence Boston left the house and began walking west on Cumberland Street. As the three men approached the intersection of Cumberland Street and 31st Street, Appellant, Anthony Reid, shot Mark Lisby once in the center of his chest, once in the upper right chest just beneath the collar bone, and once in the back of his right leg. Mark Lisby died as a result of these gunshot wounds

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