Upper Darby Pa.
The Llanerch Diner in Upper Darby, Pa. hosted an Oscar Viewing Party Sunday night, hoping to see Silver Linings Playbook bring home some Oscar Gold. The film was nominated in eight-different categories.
According to police superintendent Michael Chitwood, 19-year-old Darlington James walked into the school through a back door, then swung a claw hammer at a 32-year-old female teacher.
Actors Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence filmed indoor and outdoor scenes for “Silver Linings Playbook” at the Llanerch Diner, on Township Line Road in Upper Darby.
An Upper Darby man remained in jail Thursday after being arrested for allegedly luring a 12-year-old boy and tickling the child’s feet.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says they do these drug sweeps about three or four times a year.
That diner is the Llanerch, in Upper Darby, where outdoor and indoor scenes were filmed for “Silver Linings Playbook” back in October of 2011.
Police arrested 44-year-old Dallas Jackson and were looking for his roommate, 38-year-old Michael Cripps.
Upper Darby police got a surprise after a drug bust Thursday night, one that would likely dismay a certain famous basketball player.
Two adults were arrested outside Beverly Hills Middle School in Upper Darby, Pa. Wednesday, charged with drug possession and criminal trespass.
Steven Sherlock, 30, lists his address as a park frequented by children.
Authorities say the victim went up to receive holy communion at St. Laurence Church on West Chester Pike, leaving her purse in the pew.
Police say their investigation into the crash is moving forward, even as they wait to talk to the driver who was hospitalized with serious injuries after Sunday evening’s crash.
Authorities report that five different armed robberies have happened since May 12th, three in the last few days, and the suspects seem to be targeting businesses.
Nearly 250 guns confiscated from the streets of Upper Darby (Delaware County) are being destroyed in an effort to keep the community safer.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood calls it a “mean-spirited” crime.