Police announced a Berks County man has been charged in the shooting death of Allentown man on April 8.
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The victim met Beisher seven times over the course of nine days, making payments that ranged from $200 to $400.
The newlyweds charged with fatally stabbing a stranger they lured with an ad on Craigslist are being represented by different court-appointed lawyers and are scheduled to have separate preliminary hearings this week.
An 18-year-old central Pennsylvania woman is charged with killing a man she met on Craigslist and dumping his body in an alley before meeting her husband to celebrate his birthday.
The ad, which offers a room for rent on East Fulton Street in Lancaster, starts off relatively normal, making note that the rental is located in “a nice, quiet home in a quiet area of town,” but quickly delves into some priceless details.
According to police, the victim reported her Cannondale Road bike stolen in December of 2012 and then began searching stores and websites to see if her bike was being sold online.
Philadelphia police say a man apparently responding to a Craigslist ad was shot dead in the Germantown section of the city late Friday night.
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A follow up on our CBS-3 undercover investigation on Dangerous Deals, buying and selling prescription drugs without a doctor.
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Police say a South Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly selling prescription drugs on Craigslist.
A 17-year-old Pennsylvania girl is facing juvenile charges after she allegedly put her friend’s cell phone number in a fake Craigslist sex ad.
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“Seems like a very risky propostion,” says Drexel University economics professor Mark Stehr.