Police say a couple they dubbed “the Bonnie and Clyde of Delaware County” may be part of a burglary ring that broke into homes and cars in Drexel Hill and beyond the past few weeks.
A Delaware County woman being charged with DUI homicide is accused of getting back behind the wheel and causing more havoc.
The incident took place about 12:15am at the La Catina bar, on the 6800 block of Market Street in Upper Darby.
State law currently limits the use of radar for speed enforcement to state police, but the Upper Darby police chief says expansion of that law will keep the roads in the communities safer.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says 25-year-old Darren Brown is being held in lieu of $40,000 bail, charged with loitering and prowling at night, and indecent exposure.
Police made the discovery when they went to check out a parked car that was blocking traffic.
Police say a man suspected of killing his wife in Drexel Hill and then abducting her children took his own life.
Authorities say a man wanted for questioning in the strangulation death of his ex-girlfriend in Delaware County is behind bars in Florida.
Police are investigating after a mother of two was found dead Sunday morning inside her Upper Darby home.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says Richard Plotts has been “302’d,” or committed to a psychiatric hospital for evaluation, after trying to commit suicide numerous times.
Authorities hope to link him to four additional incidents.
Authorities say the man has struck five times since April, the most recent home invasion coming Friday night in the 7000 block of Clinton Road.
Lt. John Stanford says the Philadelphia Police Department’s policy was already in compliance with the Supreme Court decision.
One of four suspects in the random and violent “knockout” attack of a homeless man in Delaware County is in police custody.
Police say they have some pretty good evidence: surveillance from a nearby bank camera, the Facebook posting, and a still picture of the teen who threw the punch.