Defendant David Toledo had claimed to be a victim, repeatedly granting interviews about the crimes and the impact on his family and the community.
Former court administrator William Hird pleaded guilty to 18 counts of mail and wire fraud and lying to investigators.
After weeks of off-and-on deliberations, a federal court jury in Philadelphia has acquitted Joseph Ligambi on one count and confirmed it was deadlocked on three others against him. The jury also acquitted co-defendant George Borgesi of the one count against him.
Police have released video of events leading up to the instant of the shooting, and more.
The chilling, sad video, which police were not yet prepared to release to the public, captures a cold-blooded, senseless murder.
Federal authorities are now seeking a longer sentence for a former Charter School president who has admitted stealing more money after pleading guilty.
Officer Gregory Kravitz, now on patrol and walking a beat in Philadelphia, proudly wears badge number 3722. It has been in his family for decades.
The jury reported to the judge that it had reached a verdict on two of the five counts against alleged mob boss Joseph Ligambi and alleged co-conspirator George Borgesi.
Officer Frederick Cione was gunned down when he stopped three males near 17th and Oxford Streets in North Philadelphia, Police say one of them opened fire. The killers fled, and have never been identified.
Richard North III was sentenced to three years’ probation. He has already paid restitution of more than $62,000 and written a letter of apology to Councilman Bobby Henon.
KYW’s Tony Hanson reports authorities say it was a sophisticated scam.
Authorities say Byron Mitchell terrorized women in the Juniata Park neighborhood last October.
The 58-year-old defendant admitted using secret cameras to photograph his daughter and her friends without their knowledge.
Colleen LaRose, 50, of Pennsburg, Pa., admitted that she plotted to kill a Swedish artist over a cartoon that offended Muslims.
Prosecutors are seeking a sentence of decades in prison for the 50-year-old defendant, instead of the formal life sentence.