A district attorney says cellphone video shows police punching a man they were trying to arrest but not “excessive force” under the circumstances.
The Philadelphia Police Department has released the following statement regarding an arrest incident from April that was caught on video:
On Thursday, June 25th, Edward S. Husbands was arrested and charged with the crimes.
Surveillance footage showed a female placing tape over the ATM camera and installing the device several times starting on May 3rd.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Philadelphia Police Department have announced two arrests in connection with the Jewelers’ Row abduction case.
Sixty-one-year-old Lazarus Rougier, of Newark, has been charged with two counts of unlawful sexual contact in the first degree, continuous sexual abuse of a child and sexual abuse of a child by a person of trust in the first degree.
The officer was initially cleared, but a second grand jury came back with the indictment.
A Pennsylvania mom is facing charges after her six-month-old son was admitted to the hospital with cocaine in his system, police said.
A South Jersey high school teacher is being held on $300,000 bail after being charged with taking pictures up the skirts of girls in his classroom.
One of the terror suspects arrested for allegedly trying to join ISIS has ties to Philadelphia, and Dover, Delaware.
Investigators say a first-grade teacher from New Jersey allegedly let her teenage sons and their friends party at their home last Friday night.
Investigators say Urie Ridgeway and William Hyman attacked a 64-year-old man inside of his home on Chief Massasoit Road Sunday night.
Philadelphia police have charged a suspect in the alleged sexual assault of a woman at SEPTA’s Jefferson Station.
Police say a South Jersey man preyed on people already down in their luck.
Officers discovered the passenger, Michael S. Kelsall, 20, had a revoked driver’s license as well as an active warrant out of Sussex County.