Police are searching for three teenagers who were involved in the unprovoked fatal beating of a man outside a Crescentville beer distributorship late Friday afternoon. CBS Philly broadcast surveillance video of the assault, which occurred shortly before 6 p.m. at Adams Beer Distributor on the 700 block of Adams Ave. The footage shows the three young men approaching the victim, who was standing next to an exterior wall of the business. It’s unknown if words were exchanged, but one of the suspects suddenly lunged toward the victim and punched him in the face.
A convenience store clerk and patron both found themselves on the wrong end of a gun as three unknown bandits held up a 7-Eleven in Holme Circle early this month.
A man with a threatening demand note robbed a bank in Upper Holmesburg last Thursday before fleeing, but surveillance cameras photographed him in the act. At about 11 a.m., the bandit entered the Republic Bank at 8764 Frankford Ave. and showed a demand note to a teller, police said. The teller surrendered an undisclosed amount of cash.
If Tony Soto keeps raising money at his current pace, he might have enough to post bail in another 16 years or so. But chances are, his pending criminal case will be long over by then.
Two unidentified men used intimidation to rob a cell phone store in Crescentville on Aug. 26, police say. Shortly before 4 p.m., the lead thug entered the Metro PCS store at 721 Adams Ave. while his partner stood outside guarding the door. The inside man went behind a sales counter and approached a 22-year-old woman clerk.
A Northeast man was charged criminally last week in connection with a theft of thousands of dollars worth of bicycles belonging to the Wounded Warriors Project, a charity dedicated to helping injured U.S. combat veterans.
An argument near a steak shop and bar in Normandy early Sunday left one man with a gunshot wound of the head and another with severe injuries.
A custodian of an American Legion hall in Holmesburg was beaten and robbed while cleaning up the place on Friday morning.
Public officials cut a ribbon to open 4.5-acre Lardner’s Point Park on the Delaware River in Tacony in 2012, signaling a new era of public recreation in the neighborhood. But the natural restoration of the precious waterfront remains a work in progress.
John Joe Nevin, a two-time Olympian and 2012 silver medalist, will make his Philadelphia professional debut on Friday.