Andy Reid Issues Statement Indicating Garrett Reid’s Death Was Drug-Related

Plus: The Phils' sellout streak ends, everybody's running red lights near City Hall, a suspicious device at 6th and Market, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Andy Reid’s Family Issues Statement. Last night, Andy Reid issued a statement on behalf of his family indicating that Garrett Reid’s death was drug-related. [Birds 24/7]

Stop Running Red Lights at City Hall. AAA Mid Atlantic recently released a report on the effectiveness of red light cameras in the city. Of the two dozen or so red light cameras in Philly, the ones near City Hall make the most money. [CBS 3]

Phillies Sellout Streak Ends. The Phillies sold out Citizens Bank Park for 257 consecutive home games. For the first time since a rout of the Reds on July 6, 2009, the Phillies couldn’t sell all the seats in the Bank. Oh, and Vance Worley got shelled and the good guys lost 6-1. [Phillies]

Choral Teacher Accused of Lewd Conduct. As members of the William Tennet High School chorus are in London to perform at the Olympic games (according to their website), the director of the choral group faces 16 charges related to alleged unlawful contact with minors. He’s charged with corruption of minors, indecent assault, and harassment with lewd and threatening behavior in response to incidents that allegedly occurred at the end of this past school year. []

East Germantown Shooting. Two men are in stable condition and another two are critical after a quadruple shooting in East Germantown. Just before midnight, someone rolled down Prince Street near Sprague and unloaded at least 14 gunshots. The incident occurred in a known drug area. [Daily News]

Suspicious Device at 6th and Market. On Monday night, Philadelphia Police officers and member of the bomb squad were called to 6th and Market to investigate a suspicious device left near the U.S. courthouse. The device turned out to be a knapsack filled with recyclables. [CBS 3]