Philadelphia police say charges have been filed against the mother of a toddler who was found on the roof of a home in Frankford and a teenage girl whose baby was trying to crawl out of an apartment window onto the same roof.
A Philadelphia judge will decide Monsignor William Lynn’s fate.
Bail was set at $100,000 cash for 55-year-old Roger Schneider of Rockaway Township, who was charged Saturday with child endangerment and aggravated criminal sexual contact.
A bus driver in Chester County is facing Child Endangerment charges after police say he left a child on his bus for about six hours.
The stepfather of a 9-week-old southern New Jersey girl has been charged with murder in her death.
Officials at Parx Casino, in Bensalem, Pa. are clarifying the timeline surrounding the discovery of a seven-year-old boy whom police say was left in the car while his father played blackjack inside the gambling hall.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in Harrisburg from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office as it seeks the re-instatement of the child-endangerment conviction of Monsignor William Lynn.
On Sept. 24th, a concerned citizen contacted police about a small child walking alone along Park Brown Road in Harrington.
Child endangerment charges have been filed against a southern New Jersey father who allegedly was driving drunk with his two young children in the car.
After last week’s media exposure, three more alleged victims came forward and told police that, while they were Anton Fomin’s students, he showed them pictures of nude children and adults.
Doyle admitted in court that he was responsible for the death of his two-month-old infant daughter more than a year ago, after a night of drinking.
The dragnet remains out for 26-year-old Jason Koenig, who faces four criminal counts stemming from an alleged affair with a 16-year-old student at Hammonton High School.
Nineteen states have laws that specifically make it illegal to leave children unattended in a car.
An Upper Darby woman has been charged with child endangerment after police say she left her young children unattended for the second time in less than a week.
Herbert and Catherine Schaible had previously pleaded “no contest” in connection with the death of their son, Brandon, who died as the couple prayed for him to be healed but never took him to a doctor or a hospital for medical care.