The son-in-law of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has been fired from the Philadelphia police force after he allegedly stole marked money during a police sting.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey says he ordered the investigation into Gibson, who works for the Narcotics Unit, after Gibson’s fellow officers alerted him to their suspicions that he was removing money and other items from crime scenes.
Police in Atlantic City have announced a number of arrests after a lengthy investigation revealed several local convenience stores were selling male enhancement drugs marketed as “dietary supplements.”
Sources tell CBS 3 that the son-in-law of Governor Corbett, Philadelphia police officer Gerold Gibson, has been relieved of street duty pending an investigation.
“We are presenting parents with a safety plan outlining specifics in how to improve safety in school,” said District Spokesman Fernando Gallard.
Governor Corbett is denying that the investigation of Jerry Sandusky was understaffed when he was attorney general.
EXCLUSIVE: Owners Of Kensington Warehouse Where 2 Firefighters Perished Subpoenaed For Investigation
CBS 3 has learned the owners of a vacant Kensington warehouse where two firefighters died and two others were hurt during an April 9th 5-alarm fire have now been subpoenaed to appear before a Grand Jury investigating the deadly blaze.
Honeybrook resident George C. Niedenthal surrendered to Chester County Detectives Tuesday morning after being charged with 100 counts of sexual abuse to children.
After an autopsy confirmed that 50-year-old Carmen Ramos was killed by her own pit bulls on Tuesday night, many want to know why the animals were returned to the home after they had previously attacked two neighbors.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced Tuesday the suspension from ministry of 21 priests cited by a Philadelphia Grand Jury report last month as ducking what the panel believed were credible accusations of abuse.
Police in Trenton are investigating two shootings that happened overnight.