Federal prosecutors say a former employee of a New Jersey company must pay more than $3 million in restitution for his role in a timeshare mortgage fraud scheme.
For Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, putting video cameras in new police cars became personal two years ago.
Homicide detectives are taking over the case of an elderly couple discovered dead inside their Strawberry Mansion home.
The system cost $63,000 but the department says among other long-term savings they should court and workman comp costs by $117,000 in the first three years.
The Delaware County SPCA is searching for the suspect who repeatedly stabbed a dog in Chester.
Charles Reilly, 45, was sentenced to 5-15 years for engaging in what Camden County assistant prosecutor Kelly Testa labels “sexually explicit conversations” with boys, ages 12 to 16.
A phone scam targeting Peco customers in Philadelphia and the suburbs appears to be picking up steam, but officials say the number of people falling for the scam is dropping.
A scam involving elderly homeowners lured outside while a burglar takes cash and jewelry has now spread to the fourth community this month.
Police say Jeremiah Jakson, 22, lived in the same boarding house as victim Laura Araujo. They think he killed her after was burglarizing her room.
State prosecutors are investigating allegations of campaign finance violations by the mayor of Pennsylvania’s fifth-largest city, Reading.
Officer Brad Fox was shot and killed in September 2012 while patrolling the streets of Plymouth Township, but he grew up running around the streets of Warminster, Bucks County.
A multi-county grand jury indicted the 68-year-old state lawmaker, and the presiding judge selected Montgomery County as the venue for the trial.
Three SEPTA police officers are now wearing body cameras attached to the microphones of their two-way radios as they patrol the transit system.
Police say the body discovered by a trash picker in the 2200 block of North Third Street has been identified as that of 23-year-old Laura Araujo.
Conroy Williams, of Philadelphia, turned himself into police with his lawyer by his side on Tuesday at 1:25 p.m.
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.