Homicide Unit detectives questioned a man today in the stabbing death of one of Nicki Minaj's road managers, police said.
Investigators have since released that man and are looking to bring two others in for questioning, Homicide Unit Captain James Clark said.
No arrest warrants have been issued for the three persons of interest, whose names have not been released by police.
A limo driver was gunned down just before 9 p.m. tonight as he sat behind the wheel of his vehicle, police said.
Officers responding to reports of a person shot found the man slumped inside a Chrysler 300 with limousine tags that had crashed into a telephone pole on Mascher Street near Tabor Road, Chief Inspector Scott Small said.
Evidence from the scene indicated that at least four shots had been fired through the vehicle's passenger window. The man had been shot at least once in his upper body, and was pronounced dead at the scene about 5 minutes later, Small said.
On the 10th anniversary of the day Richard Petrone Jr. and his girlfriend Danielle Imbo went missing in South Philly, the FBI today asked the public for tips to help solve the case, saying investigators believe their disappearance was an "orchestrated" crime by more than one person.
The couple - and Petrone's 2001 Dodge Dakota pickup truck - haven't been seen since leaving Abilene's, a bar on South Street where they'd met friends for drinks, a decade ago. Police have investigated theories including that the case was a murder-for-hire, that the couple accidentally drove into the river or otherwise had an accident on their way home to South Jersey, and other scenarios.
FBI Agent Christian Zajac emphasized today that investigators have not ruled out anyone - including Imbo's estranged husband Joseph, who police questioned but didn't charge after learning he'd had words with Petrone before the disappearance. He now lives in South Carolina with the son he had with Imbo.
Police are hot on the trail of three punks said to be waging a crime spree in West Philly and its surrounding neighborhoods, taking advantage of people walking in the bitter cold.
The trio’s most recent attack was Monday, when they lured a man into a robbery after feigning interest in the paintball gun he was selling on Craigslist, said Lt. John Walker, of Southwest Detectives.
When the seller arrived with the paintball gun on Spring Garden Street near 41st, the trio produced an actual gun, and forced him to hand over his wares, including a laptop and cellphone, Walker said.
The two Philadelphia police officers involved in December’s shooting death of a Mayfair man during a routine car stop have been cleared by the department of wrongdoing and returned to street duty, the Daily News has learned.
While police Internal Affairs investigators decided the cops violated no departmental policies, the case remains under review by the District Attorney's Office.
Brandon Tate-Brown, 26, died early Dec. 15 after two officers stopped him on Frankford Avenue near Magee, allegedly because Tate-Brown was driving a 2014 Dodge Charger with its headlights off. The officers said Tate-Brown resisted being handcuffed, violently struggled with them and then lunged for a handgun inside his car, prompting one officer to shoot him.
Police say a savage beating reported Monday at SEPTA's Jefferson Station was a sexual assault committed by an unidentified man.
The incident took place about 1:20 p.m. Monday inside the Regional Rail hub, formerly known as Market East, on 10th Street near Filbert in Chinatown.
A passer-by notified Transit Police that an injured woman was lying on the station’s floor claiming to have been attacked, said Jerri Williams, a spokeswoman for the transit authority.
Robbers targeted a house in the city's Somerton section early this morning after seeing one of the resident's Instagram postings of his valuable goods, police said.
Around 2:30 a.m., three armed, masked men kicked in the front door of a home on Brookshire Terrace near Prospect Street and demanded Rolex watches, jewelry and other items they had seen on a 19-year-old resident's Instagram postings, according to police.
One of the five victims who was inside of the home at the time of the break in was able to hide in the bathroom and call police from his cell phone.
A young man is in custody after opening fire in a crowded Center City park and then cowering inside a nearby store, police said.
Just before 3:30 p.m., shots rang out at the Starr Garden Park on 6th Street near Lombard, police said. Witnesses told investigators that the shooter was with a group of kids at the time, and pulled out a handgun when an argument with another group of kids got heated.
The kid opened fire, but no one was struck, police said.