The Philadelphia Police Department’s YouTube channel has now accumulated more than a million hits, and 25 percent of the cases posted there get solved.
Sweeten, a mother from Feasterville, swindled her boss and a relative of $1M, then faked a carjacking by calling 911 and reporting that two black men had kidnapped her and her 9-year-old daughter.
The robbers demanded the victims’ property. Then an assailant fired his handgun, striking one person critically in the abdomen. The victim died at Temple Hospital.
Police say Felix Carrillo of N. Fairhill Street, Steven Ferguson of Solly Street and Kenneth Santiago of Dungan Street were the ones who beat a man to death on Jan. 14.
Craig Bachik, co-owner of the architectural design and engineering firm Kairos Design Group, LLC, in Lemoyne, Pa., was sentenced to two years of federal probation.
One teenager knocked him down, and three or four from among a gang of six punched and kicked him, causing serious injuries to his head, face, and hands.
Philadelphia Police said a man has been waiting in the garage and robbing people when they got out of their cars. It has happened three times in the last few months.
The New Jersey resident posted 10 percent of his $400,000 bail on Wednesday. Veteri’s lawyer says the incident was a “fistfight that’s being blown out of proportion.”
On Jan. 1 at 1:25 a.m., police who responded to a report of shots fired found 48-year-old Gerard Market dying from multiple gunshot wounds to the neck and back.
Photos that are thought to be of Brandon Shields have been clearly visible in news reports for months – including a robbery suspect in full Phillies regalia.