A man is dead after being shot in Strawberry Mansion on Wednesday night.
Police have made an arrest in a North Philadelphia shooting that involved two 13-year-old girls who got caught in the crossfire.
Police Look For Second Murder Suspect In Strawberry Mansion Fatal Home Invasion As Family Finds Peace
A week after losing her oldest son, Antoinette Paul has found peace through faith.
Police are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the second suspect in a fatal home invasion in Strawberry Mansion earlier this month.
“We don’t know if there was any relationship at all between the victims and the killers. We don’t believe there was,” police commissioner Charles Ramsey said on Tuesday.
One man is dead, his wife critically injured after a home invasion in the Strawberry Mansion section of Philadelphia, this morning. Police say two children in the home were unharmed, and it was one of those children who called 911 for help.
The city of Philadelphia is reeling from a more than one-a-day murder rate so far in 2012. In an effort to stop the violence, Mayor Nutter says the city is offering up to $20,000 in reward money in homicide cases.
A vigil was held to remember the lives of a young mother and her teenage soon who were killed in a car accident on Monday.
A newborn baby girl was found in a cardboard box on the street in the city’s Strawberry Mansion section Wednesday morning.
Philadelphia police are investigating the shooting of two men inside a home early Wednesday morning.
Philadelphia firefighters had their hands full battling an intense house fire early Tuesday morning.
The treatment, to kill mosquitos that may carry West Nile virus, will be concentrated in the area bordering Strawberry Mansion, including the area around Smith Playground.
Philadelphia police are investigating an early morning shooting that left a teenager hospitalized.
Philadelphia officials are investigating five separate incidents throughout the city in what has been a violent start to the holiday weekend.
Police say a SWAT team and members of the homicide unit took 18-year-old Amir Jamal of West Norris Street into custody without incident.