State Parole Agents were conducting a routine visit with T.D. outside of his residence where they observed him take a blue schoolbag out of the trunk of his car. Agents told him to stay still and went to retrieve the bag from him. T.D. yanked the bag away and fled from the area. He returned.
Pennsylvania State Parole agents received text messages informing them that R.C. was in possession of a firearm and had threatened another individual with it. Agents were also made aware that that person had filed a protection from abuse (PFA) order against R.C. Agents directed R.C. to report to their office where he was detained and.
Philadelphia Police were patrolling in the area of 1500 J.F.K. when they observed an Audi Sedan illegally parked in a bus zone. As officers approached the car they saw B.G. stuffing a large amount of money into his pockets. In the meantime, Septa intelligence officers were monitoring the stop on surveillance cameras and believed the.
Possession of Firearm By Prohibited Person (VUFA 6105 F1), Carrying Firearm Without a License (VUFA 6106 F3), Carrying a Firearm on the Public Streets (VUFA 6108), Possession With the Intent to Deliver Narcotics (PWID), Forgery (F3), Possession of an Instrument of Crime (PIC M1)
Motion to Suppress Granted, all charges dismissed.
The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Criminal Intelligence Unit contacted the PA Attorney General Gun Violence Task Force to begin an investigation after E.C., a state parolee, was heard on a recorded prison call with another inmate discussing the sale of drugs and firearms that E.C. was in possession of. Agents conducted surveillance of E.C.’s approved.
Upper Moreland police were contacted by Enterprise rental cars after employees discovered ammunition, a mask, and surgical gloves in a returned vehicle. Police determined that the car was rented by A.T. and that he was on State Parole. Police informed A.T.’s state parole agent of the discovery, and a team of parole agents conducted an.
Philadelphia Highway Patrol Officers were in the area of Kinsey and Sellers Streets when they observed A.C. disregard a stop sign. Upon pulling his car over, it was determined that the registration came back to a Kia despite the fact that the car was a Nissan. The officers claimed that they instructed A.C. to roll.
In April 2020, A.A. was at his home in the area of 200 W. Westmoreland St. with his wife and children when they heard multiple gunshots going from outside. A.A. went to his window and didn’t see anything, but then checked his surveillance cameras which showed a man in a mask shooting multiple times at.
In April, 2019 a “shootout” occurred on the 4700 block of Benner Street. Tragically, one of the bullets struck an innocent bystander- a mechanic who was working on a car at the time the shots began flying. After reviewing surveillance video from the area, S.S. and a co-defendant were identified as being suspected of firing.
Police observed a car make an illegal U-turn and then park illegally in the area of 400 E. Wyoming Ave. Officers approached the car to investigate and D.R., the passenger, allegedly tried to walk away. He was instructed to get back in the car, and after several minutes he was searched and police recovered 186.
On February 28, 2022 officers from the East Violence Reduction unit were on patrol in the area of 2300 E. Anne Street when they observed G.J. on the sidewalk wearing a jacket that appeared to have the pockets “weighed down significantly.” Police claimed that when G.J. saw the police he said “Oh shit I gotta.
Philadelphia Police were on routine patrol around 2700 Croskey when they observed P.M. operating a black Buick sedan with heavy ting and an inoperable brake light. The car was pulled over and police claimed that P.M. was excessively nervous, refused to lower the rear passenger side window, and continuously looked over in that direction. Based.
Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault (F1), Possession of a Firearm By Prohibited Person (F1), Carrying a Firearm Without na License (F3), Carrying a Firearm on the Public Streets (M1), Recklessly Endangering Another Person (M2)
Philadelphia Police were dispersing a crowd on the 3000 block of Lee Street when they allegedly observed G.M. in a legally parked running car allegedly “passed out” behind the wheel. An officer claimed that she went to check on him, and that when she shined her flashlight in the car he woke cop and told.