Upper Darby Pa.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood calls it a “mean-spirited” crime.
Two other children, ages three and two, were discovered at home alone.
“These people proceeded to take their clothes off, stripped naked, and started running around the parking lot of the high school,” says police superintendent Michael Chitwood.
While the search continues for a man who allegedly exposed himself to children in Upper Darby Township, residents in that and nearby areas are stepping up crime watch activities to keep their neighborhoods safe.
Detectives traced the suspected car to 31-year-old Michael Donohue, a five-year employee of the Delaware County district attorney’s office, who resigned his job last week after being removed from duty.
A Darby, Pa. man is being held in lieu of $150,000 bail for a shooting in Upper Darby this week that caused police to lock down an elementary school and a middle school.
Nineteen-year-olds Harley Gifford and Britney Singleton broke into homes for the sheer thrill of it, according to Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood.
Toxicology reports are pending on 49-year-old Peter Stelzenmuller, whose body was found in an attic by girlfriend Edythe Maa, whose history as a dominatrix has led to previous run-ins with police.
Willaisha Rankins, 32, had been sought ever since the June 9th accident that sent a 7-Eleven employee to the hospital with what turned out to be minor injuries.
Police in Delaware County are trying to track down the origin of a five-pound brick of marijuana that was mistakenly delivered to an elderly couple last week.
A 40-year-old Delaware County man is behind bars in lieu of $20,000 cash bail, accused of assaulting his elderly grandmother inside their Upper Darby home on Wednesday night.
Authorities in Upper Darby say they’ve been in contact with Pennsylvania state officials about shutting down another bar after police responded to the second shooting in a month early Friday morning.
Two days after the owner of Nina’s Bella Pizzeria was charged with putting mice in his neighbor’s pizza shops, Upper Darby officials came to eat lunch at Verona Pizza, one of the two shops allegedly targeted.
Chris discusses the latest developments from Wisconsin and federal tax dollars that might not be coming to the city. He also talks to Iowa Representative Steve King and Robert Stauffer, who had $1400 returned to him by a homeless man in West Chester.
Another teenager has admitted his guilt in connection with last month’s videotaped bullying of a 13-year-old in Upper Darby. Five others who entered admissions last week learned their punishment.