Asa Khalif was taken into custody during a loud and profanity-laced protest at the Attorney General's Office in Center City.
Police said they don't expect criminal charges to be brought against anyone in the Olney house
Supporters planned a Thursday rally to lay out aspirations for Larry Krasner's first 100 days, while the police union - long critical of Krasner - said it stood ready to work with him.
Christopher Southerland pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault for the shooting death of Khisser Davis-Papther.
Brandon Olivieri's attorney said Olivieri was good friends with Caleer Miller and therefore had "no motive" to commit the South Philly shooting, which also left Salvatore DiNubile dead.
Derrick Rollins will be tried for allegedly committing two July shootings, including the slaying of 29-year-old John Le.
The Willow Grove clinic's owner has not been charged with drug-related crimes, but is in federal custody for unrelated counts as authorities continue their probe.
The international gang has been making headlines across the country recently, but not in Philadelphia.
The gang has no particular foothold in Philadelphia, but Sessions vowed to use whatever means necessary to combat it.
Gary Creagh is charged with running an illegal numbers racket that netted thousands in revenues per month.
Tens of thousands of police officers and dozens of top law enforcement officials will convene in Center City over the next few days for the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference.
A fight among high schoolers Wednesday afternoon left a 16-year-old in critical condition after an 18-year-old pulled out a gun and shot him several times, according to police.
Philadelphia Police said Monday that Stephen Paddock, the suspected shooter in the Las Vegas attack, had no known connection to the Philadelphia region - but that officials here would continue to monitor the situation and study it to inform their planning for similar large-scale events in the future.
City attorneys applauded the ruling by Judge Daniel J. Anders, though union attorneys had argued releasing names puts officers in danger.
Asplundh Tree Expert Inc., based in Willow Grove, pleaded guilty after being accused of conspiring to hire and rehire undocumented immigrants that employees knew were ineligible to work in the United States.
Marvin Roberts, 16, had previously been adjudicated delinquent for robbery, court records show, while his brother Maurice, 21, had drug-related arrests.
Chris Palmer covers crime and law enforcement.