Mad Mex manager Kristen Burns says a maintenance worker found the painting in red wrapping paper leaning up against a side door. An attached note said, “Please forgive me for my drunken mistake.”
Ashley Reichard, 26,was charged Wednesday for her abusing her 11 month-old daughter and lying to investigators about having ovarian cancer, according to court documents obtained by Eyewitness News.
Investigators say in August 2010 and again in August 2011, suspect Robert Palen picked up women in the area of Torresdale and Longshore Avenues and offered them a ride home.
The incident occurred around 10:40 p.m. March 20 on the 400 block of Fairmount Avenue.
Marple Township police say the operation is known all over the East Coast as the “Felony Lane Gang.”
Police suspect Amanda Deguio may have been the victim of foul play. Her family acknowledges she was engaged in prostitution.
Officials note that today’s proceeding was far calmer than the previous one, during which the defendant had to be subdued by court deputies and police officers.
A new car offers relief from speeding tickets by paying attention to speed limit signs when the driver might not be.
If you own a dog in Philadelphia, it is required that you pay $16 a year for a license. But not everyone is complying.
State College police Lt. Keith Robb says those people are being interviewed, and police are asking people to “be patient so we can do our job.”
Hughes says reports that nominee Marcus Brown recently received an anonymous, racist letter underscores the need to get him approved.
Former sportscaster Don Tollefson will spend two to four years behind bars in state prison.
Authorities say the stabbing occurred on the 5900 block of N. 19th Street around 11:35 a.m. Wednesday.
Nutter has signed an executive order creating a fifteen-member oversight commission to ensure that the Justice Department’s recent recommendations become reality.
Prosecutors say the preliminary hearing for the defendants, charged with the March 5th murder of officer Robert Wilson III, will take at least several hours as prosecutors present video evidence, eyewitnesses, ballistics, crime scene, and autopsy results.
Surveillance video captures people illegally dumping furniture, mattresses, and unwanted pets in Camden. Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrators.