Philadelphia Police are searching for a man accused of attacking a woman in Queen Village last month.
An investigation revealed that the employees were visiting a family and checking on the children when they were reportedly assaulted by a man later identified as 41-year-old Alexis A. Plater of Woodstown.
Philadelphia Police are investigating after they say a 17-year-old allegedly threw hand sanitizer on an 11-year-old boy, then lit him on fire with a cigarette lighter.
After taking undisclosed items from the victim, the suspects fled on Harvey Road toward Philadelphia Pike.
Police say an employee at a grocery store in North Philadelphia assaulted a 14-year-old girl.
On June 6th around 10:30 p.m., the victim was reportedly walking at Golf Road and Leedom Avenue when a man grabbed her from behind and asked where she was going.
Police are searching for several suspects in connection with the violent beating and shooting of man on a Northeast Philadelphia street.
Authorities say a man who was found inside his home after a fire in North Philadelphia appears to have been assaulted.
Sources tell Eyewitness News that a suspect in an abduction and sexual assault in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood was taken into police custody Monday evening.
Authorities say a total of six people were arrested in connection to the April 7th beating.
Police say an out of control suspect assaulted police officers attempting to arrest him early Monday morning.
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify and locate suspects wanted in connection with a violent attack caught on surveillance video at a gas station in Philadelphia’s Olney neighborhood.
The victim says she told a few girls to pipe down inside a movie theater at the Stroud Mall and it led to a confrontation that left her with a black eye, a broken eye socket and bruises.
The victim suffered a broken jaw and received stitches to his face.
After a description of the alleged suspect was broadcast across the radio to police, they were able to arrest 35-year-old Jerome Q. Roach, of Seaford, for the crime.