Upper Darby Pa.
Authorities hope to link him to four additional incidents.
Authorities say the man has struck five times since April, the most recent home invasion coming Friday night in the 7000 block of Clinton Road.
Lt. John Stanford says the Philadelphia Police Department’s policy was already in compliance with the Supreme Court decision.
Police say they have some pretty good evidence: surveillance from a nearby bank camera, the Facebook posting, and a still picture of the teen who threw the punch.
Students at West Philadelphia High erupted in cheers as Heidi Hamels announced the $8,700 grant to their school, one of six new Hamels Foundation gifts — totaling $51,000 — to area schools.
Upper Darby police superintendant Michael Chitwood says it happened just after 2pm Saturday afternoon, when a canine officer spotted a vehicle that looked a little fishy.
“We’re trying to look for that predator that’s preying on the vulnerable,” says Septa police chief Tom Nestel.
Police say Ernest Marks was driving with a suspended license when he killed a man and his dog in Delaware County earlier this week.
Upper Darby police superintendent Mike Chitwood says authorities are looking for a white, midsize sedan which probably has significant front-end damage, with the bumper falling off.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says Charles Kenney, 29, was taken into custody without incident at a Motel 6 in Tinicum Township.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says the robberies began October 19th and involved a drug store, convenience stores, and, most recently, a sandwich shop.
Police think the same man tried to rob a CVS drugstore of narcotics two weeks ago and a Swiss Farms store over the weekend.
Police say the 79-year-old suspect flashed a badge and demanded money from a driver who was illegally parked in a handicapped spot.
A Philadelphia narcotics officer has been charged with drunken driving for a suburban crash following an Eagles game that injured a teen driving another vehicle.
Work vans are stolen, but it’s not the vans they’re interested in — it’s what’s inside.