Upper Darby Pa.
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.
Police say it wasn’t until the child’s mother showed up three hours later that Norma Davis realized the boy was still in the van.
Ummad Rushdi is accused of killing seven-month-old Hamza Ali on August 4th. The body has not been found.
Investigators say they’ve found some forensic evidence as they search for a 7-month-old boy kidnapped from a Delaware County home by his mother’s boyfriend on Sunday.
The Upper Darby police superintendent says the mother’s boyfriend told a family member he killed the baby and buried the body.
A York, Pa., man faces charges after a seven-month-old baby disappeared in Upper Darby.
Officials say 23-year-old Gaurave Kumar is charged with rape and related offenses in connection with the incident, which they say happened after she had passed out in his mother’s home.
According to Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood, Anthony Galla was ready for war when law enforcement officers tracked him down at the Summit Inn Motel.
The case caused repercussions at Bryant Elementary School and across the Philadelphia school district after the girl was permitted to leave the school with a woman in a hijab posing as her mother.
Upper Darby police say Jermaine Coleman applied for a loan at a Delaware County bank, where a teller later noticed his resemblance to robbery surveillance images.