Facebook Page Supporting Suspected Cop Killers Taken Down

Plus: The second suspect turned himself in, Snooki had her baby, people are unimpressed with Governor Corbett, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Facebook Page Supports Suspected Cop Killers. StaphMeal isn’t done pissing everyone off, yet. This time, he created a Facebook page touting his support of the two men suspected of murdering Officer Moses Walker Jr. The page has since been removed. [Daily News]

Second Suspect Arrested. On Sunday afternoon, as hundreds gathered in North Philly to honor Officer Moses Walker Jr., the second suspect believed to have participated in his murder turned himself in. Authorities will transport him back to Philadelphia from Alabama to face murder charges. [Inquirer]

Snooki Had Her Baby. Snooki gave birth to Lorenzo Dominic LaValle early Sunday morning. Which means, yes, the four horsemen of the apocalypse are scheduled to ride through Jersey sometime early this week. [MTV]

People Are Not Happy With Governor Corbett. A new Inquirer Pennsylvania Poll reveals that folks in the Keystone State are less than thrilled with Governor Tom Corbett’s job performance. Also, they have a higher opinion of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. [Inquirer]

Phillies Are 9.5 Games From a Playoff Spot. With their win on Sunday, the Phillies are 9.5 games back in the Wild Card race. Exactly one year ago, the St. Louis Cardinals were 10 back. Just sayin’. [MLB.com]

NBC Affiliate Won’t Air LGBT-Friendly Show. An NBC affiliate in Utah, KSL-TV, will not air The New Normal—a sitcom about a single mom who becomes a surrogate for a gay couple. GLAAD isn’t happy with the station’s decision. [Hollywood Reporter]

Philly Naked Bike Ride. Saturday marked Philly’s fourth annual Naked Bike Ride. Philly.com has a whole slew of pictures, if you’re into that sort of thing. [Philly.com]

Turnpike Commission Is $7 Billion in Debt. Yeah, really. The Turnpike Commission has slipped into $7 billion of debt despite literally nickel-and-diming everyone over the past decade. [Inquirer]