Attorney Bob Mongeluzzi puts the blame on the man at the helm of Amtrak 188 and on the railroad company itself.
Police say a man was found with multiple stab wounds Saturday afternoon in North Philadelphia.
Two of the former officers have said they’ll seek to return to the force, but the defense team’s lead attorney says he expects the four other former cops to join the action.
“Controlled chaos would be an understatement,” said police inspector Mike McCarrick, who runs the police department’s East Division, where the derailment occurred.
A district attorney says two police officers did nothing wrong when they used a stun gun on a Pennsylvania man who shot himself in the head when electrically shocked.
Samuel Procopio, 54, of Edgewater Park was arrested last June after police discovered spray-painted racial slurs on a basketball court and bleachers.
Philadelphia DA Seth Williams says once the initial probe is complete, they’ll determine whether criminal charges should be filed and who will prosecute.
Montgomery County district attorney Risa Ferman says the gangs were rivals not just in selling drugs but in violence, without regard to anyone in the community.
President Barack Obama is coming to Camden to discuss how police are working to build trust with the community.
The stunning verdict, following seven days of deliberations, was read aloud by the jury foreman: not guilty on each of 26 counts.
A prosecutor says a Pennsylvania man whose rap music “glorified drug dealing and gun violence” has now been jailed on crack cocaine charges after a raid on his home earlier this month.
Nelson allegedly became enraged and began throwing condiments over the counter.
Two people are now in police custody after officers chased a car down Broad Street In North Philadelphia Thursday night.
Judge Won’t Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Philadelphia’s Process of Seizing Properties Tied to Drug Cases
A Federal Judge has ruled that the DA and police will have to slug it out in court with homeowners as they attempt to take down the city’s process of seizing drug-related cash, cars and houses.
More than 200 people rallied at 63rd and Osage to mark the 30th anniversary of the MOVE disaster that killed 11 people and destroyed 62 homes in West Philadelphia.
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.