Philadelphia tallied six murders over the weekend, police said, bringing the total for the year to 242.

In addition, two police officers allegedly fatally shot two gun-wielding men in separate incidents under investigation by the Internal Affairs Bureau. Meanwhile, police made an arrest in last Sunday's triple homicide in a Southwest Philadelphia bar.

For the second Sunday in a row, a gunman opened fire inside a bar, this time wounding two customers partying inside and one outside, early yesterday morning. The victims remained hospitalized last night.

Yesterday's bar shooting at 4:42 a.m. occurred inside a gentlemen's club, Nite on Broadway, on Broad Street near Grange in the Ogontz section.

Taken to Einstein Medical Center was a 29-year-old man, who was shot once in the chest and was in critical condition, and a 25-to-30-year-old man shot once in the chest and listed in stable condition.

A 34-year-old man, shot five times in the torso, remained in critical condition at Temple University Hospital.

This weekend's six murders:

* 2 a.m. Saturday - 15-year-old Raheem Grant was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head on Callowhill Street near 63rd, in the Overbrook section.

* 4:46 a.m. Saturday - Jason Brewer, 25, was shot multiple times near 18th Street and Girard Avenue, in North Philadelphia. He was pronounced dead at the scene at 5 a.m.

* 1:40 p.m. Saturday - An unidentified male victim was stabbed multiple times in the neck on 10th Street near Schiller in North Philadelphia. He was pronounced dead at 7:38 p.m. at Temple University Hospital.

* 2:51 p.m. Saturday - A 25-year-old woman, Yumi Demicco, was found beaten to death, her head covered in plastic and her body wrapped in bedding, in her apartment on Conshohocken Avenue near Country Club Lane, in the Wynnefield Heights section. She was pronounced dead at 3 p.m.

A suspect, who allegedly confessed to the murder earlier and drank antifreeze in a suicide attempt, was in custody and was expected to be charged with murder and related offenses.

* 6:51 p.m. Saturday - Luis Navarro, 15, was shot multiple times in the back on Tampa Street near Wyoming Avenue in Juniata. Police believe that Navarra may have been killed for his new green-and-white Kawasaki dirt bike, stolen during the robbery-murder.

* 4:24 a.m. yesterday - A burning body of a woman, whose hands were tied, was found by police on Kelly Drive at Strawberry Mansion Drive, in Fairmount Park. Police gave no other description of the victim.

A week ago, Jamar Thompson, 31, Arthur Jennings, 20, and Claude Snelling, 30, were killed, and a fourth man was wounded, while watching a heavyweight boxing match between Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins and Winky Wright inside Abay Wheelers Bar on 62nd Street near Reedland in Southwest Philadelphia.

On Saturday, Vonzell "Pooh" Roundtree, 27, of Rodman Street near 58th, was arrested on three counts of homicide, attempted murder and related charges.

Last week, Mayor Street vowed to keep the bar closed until witnesses came forward. City officials decried the "no-snitch culture" and lack of cooperation of the patrons in the packed bar.

Police said the motive was "an argument," but not one over a bet.