Bradley Cooper Signs Development Deal With Warner Bros.
Bradley Cooper Inks Development Deal With Warner Bros. People‘s Sexiest Man Alive signed a two-year development deal with Warner Bros. Cooper’s production company is named 22 & Indiana, a reference to the North Philly intersection where his father grew up. [Inquirer]
Cops Bust Up Cockfighting Ring. Philadelphia Police found more than 100 game birds yesterday when they went to serve a narcotics warrant in Hunting Park. [NBC Philadelphia]
William Barnes Getting Out of Jail. The 75-year-old was cleared in the death of Officer Walter Barclay. Barnes shot an paralyzed Officer Barclay in 1966. He served time for the shooting, but was charged with murder when prosecutors say the ’66 shooting caused the complications that resulted in Barclay’s death in 2007. [Fox 29]
Western PA Billionaire Considers Bidding on Sunoco Refinery. John A. Catsimatidis owns all of the voting shares of United Refining Energy Corp. He says that the company is mulling a possible bid on the Sunoco refinery in Philly that will shut down on July 1st if it doesn’t have a new owner. [Inquirer]
Union Get Into Scuffle With Costa Rican Team. The Philadelphia Union played a friendly against the Costa Rican Belen FC. A little shove and a hard tackle clears the benches and spurs a little scuffle. [The 700 Level]
Two Arrested for Rape and Torture in Darby Borough. Police arrested two men living in an illegal boarding house in Darby Borough yesterday. Authorities say that the two men raped and tortured a 19-year-old girl. There may have been more offenders and more victims. [6 ABC]