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Report: Philly narcotics cops falsified paperwork to flip informants

Defense lawyers say Philly narcotics cops adopted an explicit policy and culture of altering and destroying evidence, hiding witnesses and suspects, and fabricating paperwork to coerce people into acting as confidential informants.

More ‘errors’ found in records of city land sales to Point Breeze developer

City officials recently blamed a clerical error, in part, for allowing a friend of Councilman Kenyatta Johnson to secure two city-owned lots this summer without bidding and then flip them for a cool $165,000 profit. But records show that city officials also mischaracterized a previous sale to...

Pemberton man charge with fatally shooting another township resident in 2017

Pemberton man charge with fatally shooting another township resident

19 charge with participating in a Camden drug operation

Feds say 19 involved in conspiracy to sell drugs in Camden

Philadelphia Councilman Kenyatta Johnson helped friend make $165,000 flipping city-owned lots

A childhood friend of Councilman Kenyatta Johnson managed to leapfrog other developers — again — and make a quick $165,000 by flipping two city-owned lots in Point Breeze. City regulations are supposed to prohibit precisely those types of transactions.

FOP sues Kenney, Krasner, Ross over police ‘do-not-call’ list

The Philadelphia Police officers' union is suing Mayor Kenney, District Attorney Larry Krasner, and Police Commissioner Richard Ross, claiming that a "Do Not Call List" maintained by Krasner to keep tainted cops from testifying in court damages the reputations of those on the list.

Philadelphia police captain says her boss attacked her

Capt. Laverne Vann, who is black, had previously sued the supervisor she said assaulted her, Chief Inspector Anthony Boyle, who is white.

2 Philly cops arrested, charged with illegally detaining man

Officers Matthew Walsh and Marvin Jones, both assigned to the 14th District, were suspended for 30 days with intent to dismiss.

Missouri sexual abuse case against former Philadelphia IRS chief dismissed

St. Louis prosecutors drop sexual abuse case against former Philly IRS chief .

Philly Judge Genece Brinkley’s lawyer on tape: Meek Mill should have gotten new trial

Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley mishandled the Meek Mill case, her own lawyer, A. Charles Peruto Jr., said in remarks caught by a movie crew's live microphone.