Mala is now recovering after surgery.
Fed up with what she calls an “injustice,” one Upper Darby mom is speaking out in hopes of making a change for children.
Police tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News that the name on the packaging has no connection to the store nor the store manager who is cooperating fully with the police. The street value of the marijuana: $300,000.
When she arrived home last Monday night and saw her gate open and the package missing — she went right to the footage.
Philadelphia’s new cigarette tax for school funding has smokers “crossing the border” to save some cash.
So what exactly happened here? Eyewitness News asked ACT officials.
The Citizens Crime Commission is administering a $5,000 reward posted by Chickie’s & Pete’s for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the armed robbery of the restaurant last Sunday.
The sad mystery of Nadia Malik’s death grew deeper today, as Philadelphia Police tell CBS 3’s Walt Hunter an autopsy and nearly 8 months of tests by the Philadelphia Medical Examiner have not been able to determine the cause and manner of her death.
There have reportedly been five incidents in the Stonehurst section of the Township.
A threat of violence at Upper Darby High School has prompted extra police presence in the area.
The jury has now seen crime scene photographs of the house and the bedroom where a 5 year old girl was allegedly taken and abused after she was kidnapped from school last year.
Taking the stand in a Justice Center courtroom, a seven-year-old girl testified face to face against her alleged attacker, accused of abducting her from a West Philadelphia elementary classroom in January, 2013, holding her captive, blindfolded under a bed for 19 hours, before she was released wearing only a t-shirt in the freezing darkness.
The mother of a girl kidnapped from her West Philadelphia elementary school and then sexually abused has taken the stand at the trial of the woman accused in the case.
Police made the discovery when they went to check out a parked car that was blocking traffic.
An intoxicated man said “he did nothing wrong” and was “only letting the kids go for a drive” when he allowed his eight-year-old nephew to drive a car, investigators in Delaware County said.