Three members of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania football team have been charged with possessing marijuana with intent to deliver after their off-campus apartment was raided.
Three people have been arrested and charged in connection with a robbery and murder that happened at the Four Seasons 7-Eleven store on Sept. 12, 2012.
Two Philadelphia police officers have been arrested and charged with Theft of Services from three Philadelphia utility companies.
Twelve people were arrested in South Jersey after police conducted a prostitution sting in Mt. Laurel hotels and motels.
Two suspects have been arrested after several students at a Chester County high school became ill after eating marijuana-laced food.
A major child pornography bust in New Jersey has resulted in the arrests of 27 suspects. The arrests were announced Tuesday by the New Jersey State Police following a three month investigation and five-day sweep dubbed “Operation Watchdog.”
The incident happened around 1:00 a.m. at Acorn and Edge Hill Roads. Police were chasing a vehicle that ending up ramming into their cruiser.
Police in five New Jersey cities where departments have had deep layoffs are making fewer arrests for minor offenses – a trend that experts fear could lead to a rise in the most serious crimes.
Police have arrested about a dozen members of the Occupy Philadelphia movement who were protesting at a bank downtown.
Three men and one juvenile will be arrested and charged with causing extensive damage to a park in Bucks County earlier this year.
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The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office now says close to 1,500 drunken driving cases could potentially be in jeopardy because of improperly calibrated police breathalyzers.
Pennsylvania State Police say in 2010, for the 9th year in a row, they made a record number of DUI arrests.
Pennsylvania state troopers made 17,695 arrests last year for driving under the influence, the ninth straight year the department has set a record.
Philadelphia police now reveal that more than a thousand drunk-driving suspects may have a better chance of beating charges in court because evidence from their Breathalyzer tests will not be used against them.