Rashaw Scott, a 22-year-old African-American man, received a call from a friend that police now believe was a setup for his murder. Scott got into his pickup truck with Carter Scott, his 16-month-old son, and picked up Cornell Harvey to "hang out." Harvey asked Scott to drive to the Cherrydale Apartments in Cherry Hill, where Harvey got out of the truck and started pacing around nervously. Then, according to police, three men wearing latex gloves started shooting into the truck. Police saw some of the shots fired; the three men ran. Rashaw Scott was critically wounded but was able to tell his story to detectives. Carter Scott was hit in the leg and died an hour after he was shot. Police charged Harvey, a 26-year-old African-American man, and Eddie Tarver, a 20-year-old African-American man, both of Cherry Hill, with first-degree murder and related crimes. Police are still seeking a third suspect. Online court records indicate that Tarver had two probation violations pending on a 2011 handgun conviction at the time of the murder. Harvey was found not guilty of first-degree murder in 2011. Police Commissioner Anthony Batts pledged to crack down on repeat offenders.