Philadelphia Int'l Airport: Drugs discov Philadelphia
Philadelphia Int'l Airport: Drugs discovered by K9
A dog team of U.S. Customs and Border Protection detected nearly 500 grams of marijuana at Philadelphia International airport. K9 Officials Dasha caught scent of marijuana in a postal package that was labeled like it was a kid's educational toy. The shipment was going from San Francisco to Barcelona and Spain. When dogs sniffed it out, it was in an air cargo hangar. As per the investigators, the marijuana had a street value of $800 dollars.
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36-year-old man struck and killed in a hit and run
On Monday night, a driver struck and killed a 36-year-old man who ran away from the crime scene. Philadelphia police are looking for the driver. The accident took place at around 10:20 p.m. along the 2900 block of North Broad Street. The name of the victim is Karon Underwood, and he was the father of 5 children. He was a construction worker by profession. His children are of age group 2-13 years old. Tanya Johnson and Lorene McKnight, Underwood's aunts, stated that family must fight for justice in Underwood's case.
McKnight stated that we would make sure that the kids remember their father.
Underwood's family was unfortunate after knowing that he died on Broad Street just south of Indiana Avenue, and the driver didn't even bother to stop the car.
Johnson stated that he was just four blocks away from the hospital, and the driver didn't stop. Police appreciated the witnesses who helped them to get some lead. Captain Mark Overwise of the Accident Investigation Division stated that one witness informed that the vehicle was of silver colour, and it kept going. Underwood's aunt spoke directly to the driver of the vehicle and said that you are not going to sleep in peace.
Woman held by a man inside a hotel room at knifepoint
Pennsylvania man was charged by The Delaware State Police in case of holding a woman inside a hotel room at knifepoint. Richard Johnson is a 48-year-old man who belongs to Wyncote has been charged with one count each of Unlawful Imprisonment 1st Degree, Aggravated Menacing, and Possession of a Deadly Weapon during the Commission of a Felony. It was stated by police that he picked up the victim who is a 36-year-old woman at around 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. The woman asked for a ride from Richard. It was stated by the police that they were strangers, and the victim was driven to the Crown Plaza Hotel in Claymont by Johnson. The woman tried to leave when they were in the hotel elevator, and at that time, the man pulled his knife and took her to the hotel at knifepoint. The victim successfully escaped after sometime when a housekeeper entered the room. Then she called 911. No injuries were reported by the police. Johnson was arrested by the troopers as he was trying to escape from the area. Johnson was released on unsecured bail of $34,000.
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A DRASTIC ACCIDENT IN PENNSYLVANIA RESULTED IN THE LOSS OF SEVERAL LIVES
On Sunday morning when a jammed the bus drove out and slid over the hill, 5 people have been killed as well as about 60 seriously wounded at the Pennsylvania Expressway, a cascade of events that included cars of passengers and 3 tractors.
The hospitalized people between the ages of seven to sixty-seven years were expected with fast recovery, whereas the 2 survivors appear to be in serious condition, which was stated by police as well as healthcare authorities in the afternoon on Sunday. The whole accident took place around 3:40 a.m. following which, authorities immediately have closed the road across the sides for quite a few hours, until it reopens on Sunday evening. The other 3 murdered suspects have still not been named by local police.
Images showed a dismembered crash of several vehicles, along with a damaged truck which spilled parcels across the road Hospitals also mobilized caseworkers and psychiatrists to negotiate with 12 cases of emotional disturbance. Residents and guest families who had returned back to NYC also included the sufferers. Hospital officials stated that many traveling by bus were not the residents of the USA, several of which don't understand English and have lost the baggage and travel documents. Authorities said it would be too soon to know whether the climate was a crash factor.
Woman’s dead body discovered
Police authorities of Philadelphia were looking after the guy who gunshot and slaughtered a 3-kid nurturing mother. Investigators say the 25-year-old lady has indeed been fired and stabbed in her neck. In the bedroom on the 2nd floor of the building, just before 7 In the evening, Brice's dead body was identified. At the scene, she was declared dead.
Investigators claimed that Brice seemed to be decreased from 8 to 9 o'clock when policemen discovered her corpse. Investigators assume that between 11:30 a.m., she had been shot. Friday.-Thursday. Brice's parents talked to her earlier in the day on Thursday, but she became worried when the day passed on, and she could not communicate with her daughter.
Capt. Jason of Philadelphia Authorities said that authorities are struggling to find whether this brutal murder was conducted in building or as a result of a burglary. Smith suspects Brice held 2 unaccounted weapons, of which she was the legal owner.
Smith claimed that the three adopted children of Brice were under the supervision of protection services. Brice was by profession a private healthcare expert.
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Man critical after being shot near 15th Avenue and Glendale
After a man was discovered close to fifteenth and Glendale roads on Saturday night, Phoenix police are conducting an investigation. As indicated by police, the injured individual was moved to the medical clinic in incredibly basic condition. Police are in the beginning periods of the examination and the character of the injured individual has not yet been released. Further, no info has been released regarding any potential suspects.
150+ National Guard service members welcomed home
When family and friends welcomed home 150+ National Guard service members in Phoenix, the afternoon was very emotional, however, it was celebratory. Members of the 253rd Engineer Battalion came back after completing a year-long mobilization in the Middle East. The Paz Family has been sitting tight for Sofia Paz, who had been in the Middle East on a nine-month deployment with the regiment. "The holidays were hard," said Sofia's older sister, Eloiza Paz. "As siblings, we felt her not there." "It's quite insane. I've been dreaming about this for 9 months since we left," said Sofia Paz. "It's extreme now and again. it's intense, however it's conditions such as this that make everything justified, despite all the trouble." One of the officers who got back is Cassidy Presmyk. She is a mother and left when her most youthful child, Logan, was short of what one-year-old.