A Chester, Pa. woman has become the first person to feel the effects of a new Pennsylvania law that contains tougher penalties for those who make gun “straw purchases.”
Lynsay Fox says she’s filing the lawsuit to prevent other families from being faced with this kind of tragedy.
A Delaware County woman who purchased two hand guns for a convicted felon is now facing a minimum of five years in jail.
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.
The plaque — the twnetieth placed by the county since 2007 — now sits at the site of a memorial that was built to Fox’s memory along the Schuylkill River Trail in Conshohocken.
The annual 65-mile Irish pub Tour de’ Shore bike ride to Atlantic City reached its goal to raise $600,000 for children’s charities before the event concluded.
Four police officers from the Philadelphia region who died in the line of duty were among those remembered Monday at the annual fallen officers’ ceremony in the state capital.
More than 100 police officers and other members of law enforcement entered the ‘Stache Bash.
The widow of fallen Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox has given birth to a baby boy.
Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams announced the arrest of a 32-year-old man who bought guns for a 16-year-old.
With the family of fallen Plymouth Township Officer Brad Fox by his side, Governor Tom Corbett ceremonially signed the Straw Purchase Gun Bill, otherwise known as the Brad Fox Law.
The law enforcement community in Montgomery County, Pa. was devastated this year when Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox was gunned down while chasing a suspect.
Philadelphia Police chief inspector Joseph Sullivan says the group recognized “the widow of Officer Brad Fox, the widow of Officer (Brian) Lorenzo from the Philadelphia Police Department, the mother of Officer Moses Walker.”
A few hundred people turned out to the first annual memorial game at Penn Saturday to support the family of Brad Fox
Michael Henry of Philadelphia is now facing nine felony charges for the illegal “straw” purchase of nine firearms between April and July.