Crime

Perp That Shot Philly Parking Ticket Writer Also Looked At In NYC Shooting (VIDEO)

by Alex Lloyd Gross Dec 2, 2022 On November 25, 2022 a Philadelphia Parking Authority employee was working on the 4500 block of Frankford Avenue. He was employed as a ticket writer.  He was working that afternoon when he was shot one time in his head from behind. The shooter, wearing a mask then ran…

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Arts & Entertainment

Winter Events Coming Up At Franklin Square

Dec 2 2022   Winter in Franklin Square presented by Citizens featuring the 10th Annual Electrical Spectacle Light Show presented by PECO Historic Philadelphia, Inc. (HPI), the non-profit organization that manages and operates award-winning Franklin Square, celebrates Winter in Franklin Square presented by Citizens featuring the Electrical Spectacle Light Show presented by PECO, which will…

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Bensalem

Penndot Gives Update On Route 1 Project

by Alex Lloyd Gross Dec 2, 2022   Penndot representatives met members of the media today to talk about the progress made on the ongoing construction projects on Route 1.  The meeting was on an access road near Street Road. Joining Penndot to make the announcement were representatives from Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick’s office, Mayor Joe…

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Crime

Jewelry Shop Owner Convicted Of Selling Fake Rolex Watches

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Dimitre Hadjiev, 41, of Upper Darby, PA, was convicted at trial of charges including trafficking in counterfeit goods and financial fraud offenses related to his sale of counterfeit luxury wristwatches. In September 2019, the defendant was charged by Indictment with a number of charges stemming…

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Bensalem

Fire Displaces Residents In Bensalem Apartment Complex

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 30, 2022 It was about 1:30 PM today, that Bensalem emergency services raced to the Bucks Meadows apartment complex, at 3131 Knights Road, for an apartment fire. As crews got there, fire was showing from the top floor apartment..  Extra equipment was special called but it was not needed and…

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Crime

Woman Found Decapitated Inside Lawndale Home

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 30,2022   When police went to a house on the 300 block of Magee Street yesterday , they expected to see a woman stabbed, that was the report of a caller to 911. Instead, they found a woman with her head cut off laying in a pool of blood in…

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Crime

Habitual Drunk Driver Sentenced To Prison For Fatal Crash

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 29,2022   A woman that lives in Upper Southampton Twp, Bucks County PA, will serve up to five years in state prison for a fatal accident she was involved in back in March 2021.  Police said that Adrienne Breslin, 46 crossed the center line on County Line Road March 25,…

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Central Bucks County

Doylestown Doctor Gets Prison For Running Pill Mill

by Alex Lloyd Gross Becoming a doctor is expensive and time consuming. The schooling and continuing education is exhausting.  That is what is maddening about the profession, to hear about someone that invested many thousands of dollars and years of their life to throw it all away. Dr. Richard Alan Kondan, 59,  will spend the…

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Community

Nonpartisan Journalism Is Vital To the Future Of Pa. Here’s How You Can Keep It Going.

by Christopher Baxter of Spotlight PA.   Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. Huge stories will shape Pennsylvania’s future next year. With a new administration in the governor’s office and a shift…

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Crime

Accused Phone Scammer Arrested In Falls Twp.

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 28, 2022 An accused telephone scammer has a new set of municipal jewelry, courtesy of the Falls Township Police Department.  The scam worked like this. A person gets a phone call from someone claiming to be a lawyer or a district attorney.  They tell the person on the other end…

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Crime

Video Catches Fatal Shooting In Frankford Area $20,000 Reward For Info

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 27, 2022 Philadelphia Police searched the area of 5400 Akron Street for security cameras after a male was shot and killed on November 9, 2022 by two assailants.  They found some footage and are hoping you come forward if you can figure out who these two are. The video is…

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Bensalem

Joshua Cooper, Male That Shot A Teenager To Death Now Charged As An Adult

by Alex Lloyd Gross November 26,2022 Less than 24 hours after he was arrested for shooting a teenage girl inside the bathroom of his trailer at the Top Of the Ridge trailer park in Bensalem, the alleged shooter has been charged as an adult. His name is Joshua Cooper.  That shooting happened yesterday, November 25,…

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Bensalem

Person Shot At Bensalem Trailer Park

ALEX LLOYD GROSS PHOTO DELAWARE VALLEY NEWS.COM  The crime scene at the trailer park.   by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 25, 2022   Bensalem Police have established at least two crime scenes  in the township. It was about 4:40PM  when police and EMS raced to the Top Of the Ridge Trailer Park  off of Gibson…

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Community

2022 Black Friday Is Quiet. Almost Dead For In Person Shopping

by Alex Lloyd Gross Nov 25, 2022 It’s 1995 and at 9:00 AM large department stores in the Philadelphia region are packed. For the last three or four hours, the parking lots are full and the line to check out is 10 to 15 minutes, maybe more.  There is pushing and shoving for people trying…

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