Police said Thursday they have run out of places to search for a missing 7-month-old boy and asked the public for information about the man charged with kidnapping him.
Police say in a new court filing they took a small shovel, two pickaxes and computer equipment during a search of the home of a man accused of kidnapping a missing 7-month-old boy.
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.
A search warrant affidavit says a central Pennsylvania man accused of kidnapping a 7-month-old boy told a witness he killed the crying child by shaking him, and then buried him somewhere.
It’s hard for a Delaware County mother to think about what might have happened after a man allegedly tried to grab three-year-old child just feet from her home.
A York, Pa., man faces charges after a seven-month-old baby disappeared in Upper Darby.
One person is dead following a multi-vehicle accident in Delaware County Monday afternoon.
Forty-year-old Upper Darby resident Christopher M. Ganues is facing charges including involuntary deviate sexual intercourse by forcible compulsion.
Customers at the Upper Darby McDonald’s got upset last night when two women were allegedly found having sexual relations in a rest room. Things quickly got out of hand and police were called.
The program is called “T’s Kids” named after Terrance Calvert of Drexel Hill, who spent much of his life in foster homes until he was adopted.
The incident happened at about 5:30 p.m. at the 300 block of East Township Line Road.
Haverford Township Police were called after a bus ride home from school turned chaotic Tuesday.
Police are reaching out to the public for help finding a suspect who tried to lure a teenager into his car.
Crews were on the scene for most of the day Saturday after a three-alarm fire tore through a grocery store in Darby Borough, Delaware County.
The accident happened around 9 p.m. when a Norristown High Speed Line train came slightly off the tracks.