Philadelphia police and firefighters are gearing up for an epic battle – against each other!
A “large number of condoms” were seized during the bust of a South Jersey spa for prostitution, investigators said.
The remains of a missing New Jersey woman, believed to be murdered by her husband, was found in Maryland, investigators said Wednesday.
A New Jersey man bound, gagged and repeatedly dunked his girlfriend in a tub full of water because he was angry over the woman’s use of social media, investigators said.
There is yet another wrinkle in the investigation in the murder of a Mount Laurel woman, whose remains have not yet been found.
Philadelphia police say a four-year-old boy has been found safe and his alleged abductor is in police custody.
A Philadelphia Police officer who was buying a gift for his son as a reward for good grades was shot and killed during a shootout with two suspects who were trying to rob a video game store in North Philadelphia Thursday.
Police say an 18-year-old is in critical condition after he was shot multiple times Saturday afternoon in the Germantown section of Philadelphia.
Montgomery County authorities announced the arrests of more than 30 people involved in what they say was an extensive drug trafficking operation that peddled cocaine, heroin and crystal meth on the streets of the Philadelphia region.
Concerns About Police Involved Shootings Bring Community And Law Enforcement Together In South Jersey
Nationwide outrage over police using lethal force sparked a seminar Wednesday for law enforcement and concerned citizens to learn more about officer involved shootings.
A 16-year old male has died after falling from the top of a moving vehicle on Levick Street in Northeast Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police have charged a suspect in the alleged sexual assault of a woman at SEPTA’s Jefferson Station.
Investigators say a driver who led police on chase in Delaware had a stolen gun and drugs in his possession.
A teenager charged in the shooting death of another teen apparently took a photo of himself with the victim and sent it to a friend, authorities said.
Police say to date no one has ever been issued a citation for snow shoveling in Lower Merion. Officials are now going to take another look at that ordinance to see if it needs to be made more specific.