Delco man gets prison for attacking roommate with machete, pipe

Sebastian Garro, of Tinicum Township, was found guilty by a jury of aggravated assault and related offenses.

Trenton cop charged with sexually assaulting two minors

William L. Sanchez-Monllor, 37, of Burlington Township, was charged with aggravated sexual assault and related offenses.

Trenton cop charged with sexually assaulting two minors

William L. Sanchez-Monllor, 37, of Burlington Township, was charged with aggravated sexual assault and related offenses.

Massive Chestnut Street fire was ‘incendiary,’ ATF says

A fire that tore through two five-story apartment buildings and several bars near Third and Chestnut streets was intentionally set, officials said.

Massive Chestnut Street fire was ‘incendiary,’ ATF says

A fire that tore through two five-story apartment buildings and several bars near Third and Chestnut streets was intentionally set, officials said.

Spike in robberies near La Salle University has students worried, administrators scrambling

At least six robberies have happened on the edge of campus since Jan. 1, five more than in the previous two years combined. Students say they are scared to walk even in broad daylight.

Spike in robberies near La Salle University has students worried, administrators scrambling

At least six robberies have happened on the edge of campus since Jan. 1, five more than in the previous two years combined. Students say they are scared to walk even in broad daylight.
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Emily Weinman banned from Wildwood 1 year, pleads guilty in Memorial Day beach clash with police

Weinman, now 21, was sentenced to one year's probation. She has not ruled out a lawsuit against Wildwood police.

Bucks County man sentenced to life in prison for murder, attempted rape of teenage cousin

Colin Haag III pleaded guilty to the brutal 2018 killing of Autumn Bartle.

Three men and an alligator snagged in drug bust, Chesco DA says

The men have been sent to jail, while the gator has found a new home at the Brandywine Zoo, authorities said.

Murder prosecution hung up by detectives’ alleged cell-phone search

Results of a police search of a cell phone will not be introduced as evidence in a murder case because prosecutors contend two Philadelphia homicide detectives conducted the search without a warrant.

Havertown teen critically wounded in botched drug deal, second teen charged in the shooting

James McCauley is charged with shooting Marquis Mays in the face over an ounce of marijuana.

Delco woman admits to illegally selling opioids

Nancy Ayres sold more than 1,000 oxycodone tablets last year.

Phila. man serving life for murders convicted of killing inmate

A prison inmate serving a life sentence in Philadelphia homicides now faces another life term in the death of a fellow inmate in northwestern Pennsylvania.

Police: NYC detective killed by friendly fire

A New York City police detective was shot and killed Tuesday night while responding to an apparent armed robbery at a cellphone store, an official said.

Man found slain in West Philly

The unidentified body was found in the 3600 block of Edgely Avenue.

Thief steals rare books, including a limited-edition ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ from Chester County book barn

The thief took at least 20 books, including a limited edition copy of To Kill A Mockingbird, but left the register and other expensive items untouched.

Pa. man gets 35 to 80 years in girlfriend’s slaying

A man has been sentenced to 35 to 80 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing his girlfriend and beating her elderly mother a year ago in northeastern Pennsylvania.

Penn State alumni trustees on the Jerry Sandusky scandal: Read the full report

The alumni trustees' report on Louis Freeh's 2012 review of the Sandusky scandal at Penn State.

Penn State alumni trustees attack Freeh investigation into Jerry Sandusky scandal

In many ways, it’s a summary of the claims that Penn State defenders have previously made in the years since the scandal broke, but this time with material from Freeh’s investigation that they say bolsters their view.

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