HONESDALE - Patrick L. Robinson, Wayne County District Attorney, is requesting the assistance of the public in locating a wanted fugitive stemming from a homicide that occurred on December 8, 2017, in Gouldsboro, Lehigh Township, Wayne County.  
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of 20 year old Kevin Jordan is asked to contact detectives at the Wayne County District Attorney Office at 570-253-5970, extension 2255.  

Jordan is described as being 5’8” tall and weighing 135 pounds.

Jordan may be in the Monroe County or the Bloomsburg University area. All calls will remain confidential.

Jordan is wanted in connection with a home invasion by a group of four that led to an aggravated assault on two occupants, Joseph Stengline, Jr. and Joseph Stengline, Sr.

Both victims were hospitalized at Geisinger Community Medical Center after the attack; Strangling Sr. died as a a result of his injuries, on December 13.

Coneil Moore, 30, of Tobyhanna was arrested Dec. 11 on charges of Attempted Homicide (F1), Burglary (F1), Aggravated Assault (F2) and Simple Assault (two counts, M2), state court papers.

Likewise, court papers state Darian Jemal Daniels, 24, of Mount Pocono, was arrested Wednesday on charges of Homicide, Burglary and Aggravated Assault, all Felony charges of the first degree.

A third suspect, Lewis Rickey Tucker Jr., was also arrested and charged with Criminal Homicde, Burglary, Robbery and Aggravated Assault, all felonies. Tucker age 26, is from Pocono Summit.

According to a statement issued in December by Janine Edwards, who was District Attorney at the time, the incident was the result of drug dealing and interactions over drugs, namely marijuana and crack cocaine.

Four African American males with bandanas covering their faces entered the residence on December 8.

One struck Stengline, Jr. on the head with the butt of his handgun before shoving him which caused his left shoulder to break. Stengline Sr. suffered a brain herniation and numerous broken ribs.