It Took Less Than 72 Hours for Jerry Sandusky to Complain About His Prison Conditions

Plus: The Phils beat the Pirates, authorities search for a direwolf (basically), police make a Scooby-Doo arrest in the FDR Park playground arson, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Jerry Sandusky Is Already Complaining. On Friday, Jerry Sandusky was taken into custody after a jury of his peers convicted him on 45 of the 48 counts against him. He hadn’t even been behind bars for 72 hours when he complained to Karl Rominger—his first official visitor since the verdict and one half of his legal team. [Patriot-News]

“He’s anxious to be able to move around,” Rominger said. “His exact quote to me, ‘I don’t think I’m suicidal. I’m dealing with this, but if I have to sit around in this cell for a few more days, I am going to go nutty.’”

SCOTUS’s Immigration Decision Has PA Impact. There are 20-some anti-illegal-immigration bills somewhere in the process of potentially becoming laws in the Keystone State. The Supreme Court’s decision yesterday to strike down most, but not all, of the anti-immigration law in Arizona could have a profound impact on the pending bills in Pennsylvania. [Daily News]

Stolen iPad Leads to Heroin Bust. A man and woman—from Wildwood and Wildwood Crest respectively—were arrested for allegedly stealing an iPad from a Jersey Walmart. They supposedly had 271 bags of heroin in their possession, too. That’s probably not the best accessory to bring with you when you go to lift an iPad. [NBC Philadelphia]

Phils Beat the Pirates. Jimmy Rollins hit another home run last night—that’s four in the last five games—as the Phils were able to overcome a couple of errors and some meatballs from Joe Blanton to beat the Pirates 8-3. The four-run first inning probably didn’t hurt. [Phillies]

Have Dessert With Your Breakfast. A new study indicates that a high-protein, high-carbohydrate breakfast with a dessert item, such as a doughnut or a slice of cake, may be more effective in helping you keep weight off. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have to stop by Federal Donuts. []

Police Search for Wolf-Dog Hybrid. A wolf-dog hybrid has been spotted by a number of people in and around Pennypack Park. So, basically, authorities are trying to track and trap a direwolf. Good luck with that. [6 ABC]

Arrest Made in Playground Arson. Police have arrested the alleged witness to the FDR Park playground fire and charged him with arson, risking a catastrophe, unsworn falsifying and other counts. How Scooby-Doo of them. [Inquirer]

Body Bound, Burned. A body was found in Crescentville with its ankles and wrists wrapped in electrical tape. There was a cord around the victim’s neck and the body had been burned beyond recognition. A medical examiner will conduct an autopsy to determine if the fire was the cause of death. [CBS 3]