In the past few weeks, Philadelphia Police have been able to identify and arrest suspects in two homicide cases involving young children. Investigators give credit to community members who weren’t afraid to talk, and they’re hoping that cooperation continues.
Sajaad Hall is wanted for his involvement in a double shooting and homicide that killed 16-year-old Jameer Haynesworth back in June.
Police say the stabbing happened in the 100 block of East Tusculum Street.
A woman injured in a deadly carjacking and crash in North Philadelphia remembers the young victims and talks about the horrifying ordeal.
Anti-violence groups led a rally at the North Philadelphia intersection where three children were killed in last week’s carjacking and crash.
The two suspects in the deadly carjacking and hit and run crash were arraigned shortly before two on Tuesday morning. Both were denied bail.
Defense Attorney Christopher Warren says of his client, “He is cooperating. He is trying to do everything in his power to erase the image of those poor children going over the hood of that car.”
The manhunt continues for the pair responsible for the deaths of three children who were run down Friday in the city’s Tioga section by a carjacked SUV. Their mother remains in critical condition as well.
Police say the fire broke out at 912 West Huntingdon Street around 2 a.m. on Sunday.
The fire broke out around 5:30 a.m. in the home on the 1300 block of Elbridge Street.
A North Philadelphia family filed a lawsuit against the city charging that inept paramedics caused the death of a 24-year-old pregnant woman and brain damage to her son.
Family and friends of three children who were killed Friday in a carjacking, hit-and run crash gathered Saturday evening for a prayer vigil at the scene of the incident.
Police say two suspects are still on the loose after a carjacking crash that killed three children.
Three siblings, a 7-year-old boy, a 10-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl, were killed after a stolen car plowed into a crowd in North Philadelphia Friday morning, police said.
The brown and white pit bull type dog was tied to a chain link fence with a cable and electrical tape at Awbury Park in the northwest section of the city.