A bouncer will be charged with the third-degree murder of a fatal punch to a man outside a nightclub in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 16, according to NBC 10.
Kenneth Frey, 24, has been identified as the security guard who punched 41-year-old Eric Pope outside the Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar in the 200 block of South 12th Street.
Police are still looking for Frye, as police said he is expected to do so Same delivery on Wednesday or to be detained.
Pope He was taken outside a nightclub in Center City because he was drunk before the bouncer hit him, according to police.
The footage shows the Pope standing along the street after being kicked out of the club, when Frey approaches and then kicks him cold to the floor unconscious.
After the strike, the victim was taken to the hospital where he eventually died of his injuries.
What led to the fatal blow to the 41-year-old is unknown and is under investigation.
Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar said Frye was not an actual employee of them but was a contractor and Work in a private security company.
The incident follows a series of reports from security guards in the city centre. On March 27, police said security personnel beat the complainant and broke the hyoid bone, according to WPVI-TV.
On 3 April, the complainant suffered from a Serious head injury After the security men hit their heads in the ground.