Philadelphia police have arrested a fourth suspect in connection with the horrific discovery of the four malnourished, mentally incapacitated adults being held captive in a basement in Northeast Philadelphia.
New disturbing details emerged on Tuesday as police continue their investigation into the horrific discovery of the four malnourished, mentally incapacitated adults being held captive in a basement in Northeast Philadelphia.
As the investigation continues into four mentally disabled adults found locked in the basement of a northeast Philadelphia apartment building, police say there may be dozens more victims by the group headed up by alleged ring-leader Linda Ann Weston.
In an Eyewitness News exclusive, three victims who were held captive inside a Northeast Philadelphia basement described the horrific ordeal.
A missing 15-year-old girl from Florida has turned up in Philadelphia and appears to be linked to a case involving four adults who were held against their will inside a Tacony basement.
On Monday night, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey gave reporters a first-hand look at the dungeon-like sub-basement in which police say four mentally challenged adults were held captive.
Police are investigating a situation in Tacony home where four adults were found locked in a room suffering from malnutrition.
A 20-year-old man is fighting for his life today after police say he was shot in the parking lot of a pool hall in the Tacony section of Philadelphia.
A pedestrian is in critical condition after being struck by a car in Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
Police are searching for a suspect who was caught on tape robbing a Northeast Philadelphia corner store.
Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Friday at the site, at Magee Avenue and Keystone Street.
Family and friends of Mark Keeley, a young PGW worker killed in a natural gas explosion, spoke to Eyewitness News about their loved one and their special tribute to him—a tribute that exuded positive energy for family and friends in the face of tragedy.
Police are searching for two suspects who beat a woman with a baseball bat during a home invasion in Northeast Philadelphia early Friday morning.
Flowers adorn the gravesites at Magnolia Cemetery, reminders of recent visits to loved ones. But the cemetery has other signs as well – in evidence of vandalism.
Philadelphia hosted a rally this afternoon at the Pennsylvania convention center for 1,500 of its block captains.