Authorities say a husband and wife are both dead after a murder-suicide Sunday afternoon in Radnor, Delaware County.
He says an open investigation is underway with the Delaware County prosecutor’s office.
After the FBI released photos of two men suspected in the marathon bombings, someone speculated online that one of them looked like Sunil Tripathi, the 22-year-old Brown University student from Radnor who has been missing for more than a month.
Police say they’ve received numerous phone calls from residents after releasing information about the incident on Monday, April 8th, outside St. Katharine of Sienna School, on Aberdeen Avenue.
John Felder is accused of targeting an heir to the McNeil pharmaceuticals fortune.
The former athletic director at Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor is headed to Montgomery County prison for at least five months for sending sexually explicit Facebook messages to a teen he recruited for the football team.
Radnor police say within the next 24 hours they should know for sure if private and possibly explicit images were sent to others from a Radnor High School student’s cell phone.
Police in Radnor Township are on the hunt for three men after in a home invasion Wednesday night in Rosemont.
Radnor Township police were outside Radnor High School at dismissal time this afternoon, stopping every car as it drove out of the parking lot.
Authorities say there have been six incidents since Christmas. Rocks are being thrown at cars on West Wayne Avenue from the Radnor Trail.
Tanisha Johnson, 34, of Philadelphia, is now charged with two misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment and several motor vehicle code violations.
Police say the thieves either take the entire unit or remove the copper tubing inside, which they sell to a scrap dealer.
Adam David is charged with robbing a Domino’s Pizza store in Radnor, and is under investigation for the earlier robbery of a Montgomery County frozen yogurt stand.
Radnor police say a pair of young men were three sheets to the wind when they inadvertently locked themselves inside a Pennsylvania state constable’s police van.
Employees at a Bed, Bath & Beyond store in Delaware County, Pa. have made a disturbing — and potentially dangerous — find in the store’s parking lot. And it’s happened more than once.