The now 23-year-old Antonio Rodriquez, dubbed the “Kensington Strangler,” was found guilty today of raping and killing three women from Holme Circle, Port Richmond and East Stroudsburg, Pa. He'll now face three consecutive lifetimes in prison.
Judge M. Teresa Sarmina this morning denied Monsignor William Lynn's request to be freed on bail.
Officer Brian Lorenzo's widow has sued TGI Friday's and the man accused of driving into the officer's motorcycle.
— The first top official in the Roman Catholic Church to be convicted of shielding child-molesting priests is going to have plenty of time to do some reflection — in prison
Monsignor William Lynn is the first high-ranking official of the Roman Catholic church in America to be convicted and sentenced to prison. He was accused in the Philadelphia priest sex abuse scandal.
The District Attorney’s office will retry the Rev. James Brennan on attempted rape and endangering children charges.