Authorities in Philadelphia have announced charges against a federal immigration agent accused of having stolen from a prisoner he was assigned to transport.
The District Attorney’s Office announced 49-year-old Troy Posey has been found guilty of raping a teenage girl multiple times back in March.
The changes include a new ombudsman position which will provide independent reviews of cases and an assistant chief of trials who will be there to answer questions from prosecutors in the office.
Michael Lawson and Sada Greenlee have been charged with aggravated assault.
Each one of the suspects faces two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of simple assault, two counts of recklessly endangering another person and one count of conspiracy.
Lynne Abraham intends to run for mayor of Philadelphia in 2015.
Tuesday night, parents, students, teachers, friends, and more than 2,000 members of the community gathered for a vigil at the high school to mourn the deaths of Ryan Lesher, 15, Shamus Digney, 15, and Cullen Keffer, 16.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office now has a high tech tool in its crime fighting arsenal designed to save the lives of law enforcement officers across the county.
The Institute for Justice filed a federal class action claiming the city of Philadelphia’s practice of seizing millions in cash, cars and houses every year is unconstitutional.
A 16-year-old, along with his mom and attorney, had claimed that he suffered a serious injury, after one officer squeezed his testicle during a brief disturbance.
Twelve men, plus a 17-year-old boy, are facing several charges for possessing and disseminating thousands of images.
Eighteen-year-old Anthony Pinkney allegedly forced his 11-year-old cousin to perform oral sex on him multiple times.
County officials confirm Mary Anders was terminated from her job as a county detective on the same day lawyers for Walter Logan announced a settlement with the DA’s office over those false charges.
Prosecutors in southeastern Pennsylvania have announced charges in what they are calling a $1 million embezzlement case.
A Montgomery County man is facing charges after investigators allege he provided alcohol to minors during a Sweet 16 party at his home.