Amy Yu was on a plane to Cancun with a 45-year-old married man at the same time the mother of the high school sophomore was filing a missing persons report with Allentown police, police confirmed at a Friday news conference.
Joseph Pirri, of Blackwood, died Thursday at Cooper Medical Center in Camden, where he was taken after the attack March 7 about 4:20 p.m. in Deptford.
Federal prosecutors on Friday charged Gary Alan Frank with a massive fraud. He sat on the boards of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Philly Pops.
Amish Patel was allegedly driving while intoxicated and speeding when his car struck a minivan in Willingboro Township on Jan. 13.
The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said Friday that criminal charges have been put on hold against an unarmed man whose beating by a county police officer last month was filmed by a Camden liquor store's surveillance camera and has been viewed thousands of times on social media.
Activist Wali Rahman was charged with four misdemeanor counts after he allegedly spray painted the Frank Rizzo statue last year. But a prosecutor signaled Friday that most charges will be dropped against Rahman, who will then just face a summary offense of criminal mischief.
The full list of Philadelphia's 66 problem cops recently was released by District Attorney Larry Krasner after a judge's order.
The former superintendent and another official exchanged racist and sexist text messages about students and staff that also mentioned financial improprieties. The texts led to Richard Como's arrest in 2014.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Authorities say a man who took an SUV on a test drive stole the vehicle at gunpoint.
A man who sued Atlantic City police after three officers punched and kicked him, allowing a police dog to sink its teeth into his thigh, won his case Thursday after a monthlong trial in New Jersey District Court.
A 30-year-old Paoli man has surrendered to police to face charges related to the hit-and-run accident that killed a pedestrian on March 6.
In a bold new policy announcement, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner has instructed prosecutors to seek lower sentences, decline certain classes of criminal charges, and explain why taxpayers should spend money to incarcerate people.
A neurologist who admitted groping women at a Philadelphia clinic was charged with sexually molesting patients in New Jersey, the third state to accuse him of using his position as a prominent pain doctor to victimize women under his care.