A 40-year-old man was shot to death Sunday during an argument inside the Falah barbershop in the 600 block of N. Preston St. in West Philadelphia, police said. Warren Edwards was wounded three times in the chest and once in the face shortly before 3 p.m., authorities said.
He was transported to Presbyterian Hospital where he was pronounced dead less than a half hour later. His address was not released by police.
Edwards pulled a gun on the barber, Reginald Barbour, during an argument, and was shot by a waiting client who fired at least four times, authorities said.
The client turned himself into the 16th police district station soon after the incident. His identity was not released. The case is currently under investigation.