Occupy Philly Rejects City’s Proposed Permit

Plus: New victims in the Sandusky scandal are still minors, another opponent talks trash to DeSean Jackson, someone tried to burn down Bally's, and more of what the city is talking about today

Occupy Philly Appeals City’s Permit Proposal. The city has granted the Occupy Philly protesters a permit to continue their demonstration at Thomas Paine Plaza, across the street from where they are now. But Occupy Philly voted to reject the city’s recent permit offer because the agreement would prohibit the protesters from camping out overnight. [CBS 3]

New Victims Come Forward in Sandusky Scandal. Two new victims have come forward alleging that former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky sexually abused them. It has been reported that there may be nearly 20 victims—the most recent of whom are reportedly still underage. [FOX 29]

Antrell Rolle Joins Team Josh Scobee, Complains About DeSean Jackson. Yesterday, on New York’s WFAN, the Giants defensive back Antrell Rolle announced that he was less than thrilled with Jackson’s taunting of their bench on Sunday night. In fact, he threatened to “wipe his ass out.” [The 700 Level]

Did Someone Try to Burn Down Bally’s? Police are reportedly questioning a suspect who may have been involved with the small fire that broke out at Bally’s Casino in Atlantic City. The blaze caused no injuries and was quickly quelled. [6 ABC]

Ed Snider Saved City Rinks. Three years ago, Ed Snider made a private donation to help save three city ice rinks. Now, those rinks are ready for year-round ice hockey. [CBS 3]

Two of Philly’s Finest Face Charges. Two members of the PPD were arrested yesterday. One officer faces charges of retail theft while the other is alleged to have assaulted his ex-girlfriend. Way to protect and serve, fellas. [Daily News]