What’s so unusual about Conner isn’t just that he stole from an elderly client, but that the Temple Law graduate worked as a high-profile attorney with Cozen and O’Conner, and for many years as a federal agent with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms.
Philadelphia police have identified Francis DiGiorgio, an eight-year veteran of the department, as the detective who shot and wounded a man panhandling Monday night in Kensington, after believing the man was armed and about to rob him.
As a candidate, Krasner pledged to never seek the death penalty. Since he won election, the prosecutors’ office has signaled a willingness to stop fighting sentence appeals for more than a third of the 45 Philadelphia killers on Pa.’s death row, an Inquirer review shows.
It wasn’t much, and it didn’t last long, but National Weather Service investigators have confirmed that a tornado touched down Sunday at the Beaver Valley Campgrounds in the Ottsville section of Tinicum Township, Bucks County.
Different stands by four close friends from Pennsylvania mirror the wider party split among Democrats as they wrestle with how to tackle President Donald Trump, his stonewalling of Congress and impeachment.
“I am deeply concerned about the rumors that the administration plans to bypass Congress and sell weapons to foreign governments, including the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia,” Senator Bob Menendez said in a statement Thursday.
Ryshee Shaw is only 13 but he pulled off something many of us would never even attempt when he led the “Rise Up Break the Chains Youth March” down Broad Street to City Hall on Tuesday to protest gun violence, mass incarceration, bullying, and other issues.