Phone calls that come at 1:30 a.m. rarely bring good news, but the one that awoke corrections officer Victor Guzman this morning brought Guzman the best news he's had in weeks.
On May 20, Guzman's stepson, 25-year-old Edward Pagan, was shot and killed in front of his Frankford house. Guzman also suffered a bullet wound to his arm during the shooting when he tried to usher his son inside.
On Saturday, five firebombs - none of which ignited - were thrown in and around the Guzman home. That was the same day police identified Jalil Cooper, 20, as a suspect in Pagan's slaying.
Around 1 a.m. today, police captured Cooper on Keystone Street near Levick in the city's Tacony section, according to homicide detectives.