Perhaps he got a good deal on two tickets or stopped in town to grab a cheeseburger.
Whatever his reasons for visiting, homicide suspect Matthew "Mackie" Armstead found himself trapped in Paradise on Saturday, when authorities tracked him to the idyllically named town 10 miles east of Lancaster, Pa.
Armstead is one of two suspects in the June 12 killings of brothers Khary and Jerome Foreman, on Oxford Street near 24th, in North Philadelphia, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
Police said that Armstead, 34, and Anthony "Sleepy" Lewis shot the Foreman brothers after an argument, the nature of which is not known. Also injured in the shootings was a 33-year-old man, who was hit in the foot by a stray bullet.