Teachers at 14 PA Colleges May Strike

Plus: Cops use high-tech trickery to collar Northeast pharmacy bandits, the betting fan's guide to Andy Reid's replacement, and more of what the city is yapping about this morning.

Cops Use FindMyRobbers to Nab Rite Aid Raiders. A GPS-enabled pill bottle swiped from a drug store in Northeast Philly last night led Philadelphia police straight to two men wanted for a series of armed robberies. Next time, guys, don’t take the one that’s taped to an iPhone. [NBC10]

Handicapping the Andy Reid Replacement Race. Odds on some likely and not so likely candidates for the Eagles top job. [Pattison Ave.]

Common Pleas Judge Suspended. Thomas Nocella, who’s been under fire since shortly after his election to the bench last year for apparently hoping the local bar association wouldn’t eventually find out about his multitudinous legal entanglements, has been relieved of his duties by the state Supreme Court. [Inquirer]

Pennsylvania’s Institutions of Higher Imbibing May Strike. Faculty and coaches at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities, including West Chester and Cheyney, will vote this week on a strike authorization. Party ice manufacturers are already ramping up production. [CBS Philly]

Apparently Something Else Was Surging in Kabul, Too. Another top commander in Afghanistan, General John Allen, is under investigation for as yet unspecified “inappropriate communications” with Jill Kelley, the other other woman in the Petraeus/Broadwell affair. [Philly.com]