U.S. marshals are looking for a D.C. man wanted on charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice in connection with a deadly shooting and disposing of the body.
A warrant was issued last month for 29-year-old Philip Glover, and law enforcement officials are asking the public for information that could lead to his arrest.
At least two other men have been charged with first-degree murder in the Aug. 31, 2011 death of Antwain Henderson. The 34-year-old Henderson was fatally shot outside a home on the 5800 block of Field Place NE.
As D.C. police responded to the sounds of the gunshot, Henderson was dragged into an abandoned building that had been used to stash drugs and weapons, according to charging documents. His body was cleaned, placed in trash bags and then stuffed into the trunk of his own Lincoln Town Car.
Because the conspirators could not find Henderson's car keys, they used a tow truck to drive the vehicle to Capitol Heights, where the corpse was left in the Lincoln Town Car and set on fire.
Authorities last month charged the alleged triggerman Anthony Campbell, 34, of D.C., with first-degree murder.
It's unclear from charging documents what role Glover played in the alleged conspiracy to obstruct justice.
"Glover appears to be unassuming and secretive, which gives him a greater propensity to do the unthinkable," said Supervisory Inspector Jim Werking, of the U.S. Marshals Service.
Glover, who is listed as 5-feet-5 and 113 pounds, is known to frequent the areas of Southern and Central avenues, and Fields Place Northeast.
Glover has an arrest history that includes arrests for possession and distribution of marijuana, carrying an unlicensed weapon, being a fugitive from justice and larceny, marshals said.
Anyone with information regarding Glover's whereabouts is urged to call Det. Antonio Duncan or the U.S. Marshals Service at 301-489-1717 or 800-336-0102.
Tips from readers of The Washington Examiner have led directly to the arrests of 45 fugitives, including eight people convicted of or wanted for murder.