Police Evict Occupy Philly

Plus: Victim set to testify against Sandusky, suspected baby-killer caught in Cali, door-to-door wine deliveries, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today

Police Evict Occupy Philly. Some 50 protesters were arrested overnight after Philadelphia Police enforced the eviction of Occupy Philly. Most of the demonstrators cooperated with police when asked to leave Dilworth Plaza. A mass of Occupy Philly protesters spent the night marching around Center City. Police officers followed, making arrests when necessary. The ordeal ended with a minor standoff by the Inky building on North 15th Street where most of the arrests were made. [Inquirer]

Victim One in Jerry Sandusky Trial to Testify Early. Victim One in the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case may testify as early as December 13th in a preliminary hearing in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. [FOX 29]

Suspected Killer of NJ Baby Arrested in San Diego. Authorities arrested Arthur Morgan in San Diego yesterday. Morgan is believed to have killed his two-year-old daughter before leaving her in a creek in Monmouth County. [CBS 3]

Pennsbury Says Bus Driver Hit Gas in ’07 Accident. In early 2007, a bus driver at Pennsbury High School in Bucks County accidentally drove into a pack of students and ran over a girl’s leg. The school district has now admitted that the driver hit the gas instead of the brake, thus causing the accident. The admission came before jury selection in the trial, which will now be used to determine the amount of damages paid out to the girl who lost her leg. [6 ABC]

State Allows Wine Home Delivery. In a quiet change made last week, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has decided to allow wine to be shipped to homes and businesses. Orders carry a $14 surcharge for shipments of one to three bottles and an additional dollar per bottle after that. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Philly Schools Invited to Dating Site. DateMySchool.com has invited students at a few of the city’s schools to join a new dating website. The site is designed like most online dating services, but has followed Facebook’s model by trumpeting exclusivity. To join, you would need a .edu e-mail address and only a few schools have been invited at a time. [Geekadelphia]