One-Punch, Road Rage Killing in Camden

Plus Nutter's new crime plan, Villanova's social media crackdown, Atlantic City's beach problem, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Traffic Accident Leads to Road Rage Death. An 18-year-old has been accused of killing a former substitute teacher with one punch after the man had hit the teen’s pregnant girlfriend with his truck in Camden. The retired teacher had gotten out of his car and helped the girl to her feet when the boyfriend came over, argued with the man, and punched him in the face, which triggered an aneurysm.  [Inquirer]

Mayor Nutter’s Got a New Crime Plan. Hint: it doesn’t involve him hopping into a phone booth, ditching the glasses and changing into blue and red spandex. The plan is pillared on using reward money to convince witnesses to come forward, putting an additional 120 officers on the street, and focusing on programs to cut down on the availability of illegal firearms. [FOX 29]

Who’s Monitoring Tweets? It’s not the U.S. government and it’s not Big Brother. It’s actually Villanova. The university has hired a company to monitor its student-athletes use of social media sites. [NBC Philadelphia]

Police Think Murder Victim May Have Been a Witness. So, this will probably reinforce the city’s “stop snitching” culture. [Inquirer]

The Flyers Finally Win a Shootout. Giroux found the back of the net after a nasty deke as the Flyers second shooter and Bob stoned all three Florida attempts to give Philly its first shootout win of the season and send them into the break on a high note. Oh, and Bob did a little jig. [Crossing Broad]

Watch Your Step on A.C.’s Beaches. Portions of the shore have been closed off after erosion created cliffs with drop-offs as high as 18 feet. [WHYY]