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A large dog so emaciated and brutalized that the Delco SPCA can't determine its breed was rescued in Darby Borough today and now the hunt is on for the heartless animal who inflicted unending pain upon the pup.
In a news release, Justina Calgiano, spokeswoman for the Delco SPCA, said the dog, whom staffers have appropriately named Trooper, was found early this morning with a shackle "embedded" in his neck.
"It's currently hard (to) tell the dog's breed since he's so emaciated - nearly half of his body weight, but Delco SPCA staff members think he may be a Mastiff or Great Dane," Calgiano wrote.
Joanne and Nicole DeGuio have scoured Needle Park in Kensington. They've knocked on pimps doors and they've handed out condoms to prostitutes, all in the hopes of finding whatever information they can about their missing loved one, Amanda.
Amanda, 25, is Joanne's daughter and Nicole's little sister. She was last seen at the family's Drexel Hill home in June.
Amanda's addiction to drugs had kept her away from home before, but she'd always call and check in on her mother, her sister and her two young daughters, Sophia and Ava.
For the third time in as many months, an Upper Darby cop has saved the life of a man who overdosed on heroin.
In November, the Delaware County District Attorney's Office outfitted all county police departments with doses of the anti-opiate drug, naloxone, which is also known as Narcan. The drug, a nasal spray, is administered through the nose to those in the depths of an opiate overdose.
Upper Darby police took their commitment to carrying the drug one step further by placing it in a plastic container to keep it at the required temperature and by attaching the Narcan kits to the keys of every patrol car so officers will always have it with them, said Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood.
A Philadelphia man who was at the Delaware County Courthouse to face charges of aggravated assault last year conned another defendant's girlfriend into believing he was an attorney and ran off with $1,300 of her money, according to the Delaware County District Attorney's Office.
Kyle Arnold, 42, has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property in relation to the March 31st incident.
According to prosecutors, the female victim was at the courthouse for her boyfriend's case and while there met Arnold, who told her he was a lawyer and that he'd represent her beau.
This is Jason Morgan. He was in my grade at Cardinal O'Hara High School and the goalie of our hockey team.
Now he's the face of Giorgio Armani. Whatever.
At least they went with a Delco guy. That's how I see it. I got a lot going on right now, ya know? So I just wouldn't have the time to be doing all this anyway. It's a real commitment.
An Upper Darby police officer is under investigation for allegedly stealing items from the department's evidence room, a spokeswoman for the Delaware County District Attorney's Office confirmed.
The District Attorney's Special Investigation Unit is conducting the independent investigation of the officer at the request of the police department, said Emily Harris, D.A. spokeswoman, but she declined to detail what items are believed to have been stolen. Upper Darby police asked the District Attorney's Office to conduct their own investigation on Friday.
A report on 6ABC's website said the 15-year veteran cop is believed to have to stolen cash and drugs from the evidence room and that he checked himself into rehab once he learned of the investigation into his alleged actions.
A would-be robber carrying a replica gun was shot and killed by the man he tried to rob in Cobbs Creek Park on Wednesday afternoon, according to police.
Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said the 67-year-old victim was walking in the park when he heard someone behind him and turned around to find a masked man pointing what he believed was a gun in his face.
The victim grabbed the robber’s gun and the two struggled, police said. As the victim felt himself falling back, he pulled out his legally-owned weapon, for which he has a concealed carry permit, and shot the robber one time, Chitwood said.