Photo courtesy of the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office.
A Montgomery County father is being held in lieu of $1 million bail after being accused of shocking his children with an electric dog collar, among other allegations.
Police arrested Joseph Myhre, of Lower Providence Township, on April 7th following a investigation sparked by an emergency room visit by his wife, who arrived at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery on March 15th with a fractured skull. Read more »
Collegeville’s Patrick Bradley (photo via Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office)
We hear about bad lawyers all the time. But there are some who are so apparently scummy that they deserve their own category. Such is the case with 45-year-old Patrick Bradley of Collegeville. Read more »
Villa St. Joseph in Darby, Delaware County, where William Dombrow is still employed as the rector. At least for today. (Google Maps)
It’s not every day that a person charged with a federal crime picks up the phone, so Wednesday was a bit unusual in that regard. We called Villa St. Joseph, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s retirement home in Delaware County, to find out whether administrators there had any comment about the charges against the home’s rector — and the rector himself picked up the phone. Read more »
The Philadelphia Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify the parents of a small child seen in a video taken inside the Locust Street Dunkin’ Donuts on Sunday morning. Read more »
Left: Northern Liberties resident Ned Sonstein says the FedEx driver strangled him, leaving these marks. Right: Sonstein took this photo of his alleged attacker.
If you drive a car in Philly on the regular, you’ve no doubt had the following experience: Someone is double-parked in the middle of the street in front of you even though there are actual parking spots or spaces not far away. You can’t get by. That’s where the problems began for Ned Sonstein. Read more »
There were tense moments on Wednesday afternoon at Drexel Hill Middle School after a teacher discovered a bullet on the floor of a restroom. Read more »
The South Philadelphia arson suspect walks through the Sunoco gas station at 18th and Oregon.
The Philadelphia Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a man wanted for arson in South Philadelphia. Read more »
The monkey and the marijuana. (Photos courtesy the Berks County Animal Rescue League and the North Coventry Township Police Department)
If you’ve been buying your marijuana from a guy with connections in Chester County, your source may have just dried up. On Tuesday morning, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced that a major pot-growing operation in North Coventry Township has been busted. And it’s all thanks to a hunter. Read more »
The facade of the Dolphin. (Photo via Google Maps)
Earlier this week, we told you that we spoke with five people who claim that they were drugged at the Dolphin on South Broad Street and that there were more people out there. Well, since publishing that story, we’ve heard from some and seen accounts written by other people who say they were victimized. At this point, we’ve seen or heard at least 20 allegations, and there are reportedly even more. And now, the Philadelphia Police Department is getting involved. Read more »
The two girls were approaching this Rita’s Water Ice in Philadelphia on Monday.
Monday was the first day of spring, and so, as has become an annual tradition, Rita’s locations all over were giving away free water ice. And around 3 p.m., after they had finished the school day in Lower Merion, two sisters from Wynnewood decided to take a walk to Rita’s on City Avenue in Philadelphia, literally across the street from Lower Merion Township. Read more »