AceShowbiz - "90 Day Fiance" barber Michael Baltimore is wanted for homicide. The Pennsylvania barber, who was featured prominently on the TLC series along with Ashley Martson and Jay Smith, is being hunted by authorities as a suspect in the fatal shooting of GQ Barber Shop owner Kendell Cook.
Michael allegedly entered the shop at 128 N. Hanover St. in Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 22 at approximately 7:30 P.M. and shot Kendell several times, In Touch Weekly reports. He reportedly also opened fire on Anthony White, who previously worked at the shop.
Kendell died at the scene while Anthony survived his injuries, according to a press release from the Carlisle Police Department. Authorities are offering a $7,000 reward for information leading to Michael's arrest.
"Where is he? Contact us for your share of $7,000 cash!!! Michael Anthony Baltimore June 1, 2021," read the reward announcement. "We are still looking for Michael Anthony Baltimore. If you know ANYTHING, you could get paid for what you know if it leads to his arrest. You don't have to give your name and you can still get paid. If you do not need $7,000.00 cash but want a murder suspect off the streets, email us at [email protected] The ATF has added a $5,000.00 reward to Cumberland County Crime Stoppers $2,000.00 reward for Baltimore. That's $7,000.00 free cash."
Michael now faces charges of criminal homicide, aggravated assault, illegal possession of a firearm as well as recklessly endangering another person.
Both Michael and Kendell were featured on "90 Day Fiance". Fans may remember them as the two barbers who informed Ashley that her husband Jay had sex with a woman in the barbershop bathroom during an episode of "Happily Ever After".
"Everybody talking this rat and snitching s**t! says a lot about who you are as a person," Kendell wrote in the comments section of the @TLCUpdates Instagram page at the time. "Please let me know what [mother**ker] don't want to know the person they married is cheating on them?"
"We was looking out for Ashley cause she was trying [to] marry someone who wasn't ready to get married! Jay needed some time and more experience with being in America before he was ready to settle down!" he added, noting the 23-year-old made it his "business" by doing the deed at his place of business.