Philadelphia police officers stopped a vehicle in the 25th district for an illegal turn. After stopping, police claimed that M.N., the front passenger, attempted to walk away from the car and he was ordered back inside along with the driver and another occupant. After getting consent to search, police recovered a 38 revolver from inside.
90 minutes after the report of a corner-store robbery by a masked man, police investigate a car that matched the description of the getaway vehicle. ND was the back seat passenger in the car, and a witness was brought to the scene who identified him as having run into the car about a block from.
Surveillance video in a corner store showed two men enter the location, go into a backroom with the complainant and run out of the store a minute later. A complainant was found in the store suffering a gunshot wound to the chest. Police developed suspects as a result of the video and RW was arrested,.
S.R. was arrested by members of the Narcotics Field Unit after an alleged multi-day surveillance at the home of S.R. According to their testimony and police reports, they observed S.R. accept money from a white male on his porch, go inside, then return back to exchange “small items consistent with narcotics packaging.” Based on this.
Philadelphia police were monitoring “facebook live” for an account user who had a warrant for a burglary charge. They were able to ascertain that the wanted male was at a Popeye’s chicken in South Philadelphia, so officers from the police fugitive squad were dispatched to apprehend him. Upon their arrival they observed the male wanted.
C.C. was arrested for firearms and narc Otis offenses in Frankford after police claimed they observed him throw a bag of cocaine into his car. Canine arrived and alerted to the presence of narcotics in C.C.’s car. A search was conducted and a large amount of cocaine and a firearm was recovered. At a motion.
Possession of a Firearm by Prohibited Person (VUFA 6105 F1), Carrying a Firearm Without a License (VUFA 6106 F3), Carrying a Firearm on the Public Streets *VUFA 6108 M1), Possession With Intent to Deliver Cocaine (F)
Motion to Suppress Evidence Granted. All charges dismissed.
Police responded to a radio call for a group of men threatening to shoot police at a “violent drug corner” in Frankford. Police claimed that as their “caravan” of police cars approached the corner, B.M. began walking away and one of the officers noticed the handle of a firearm in his waistband. They allegedly stopped.
Philadelphia police officers received a radio call for a person with a gun on a Septa bus, saw the bus stopped at an intersection and boarded. They did not know the source of the information nor was there a description of the person with a gun. However, as soon as they stepped foot on the.
Philadelphia police officers on routine patrol observed a car disregard a stop sign, so they initiated a traffic stop. R.J. was in the back seat of the car that was being driven by a female friend. The front seazt passenger was another female. During the traffic stop, officers claimed they smelled marijuana, so all occupants.
Philadelphia police officers received a radio call reporting that there was a man inside of a bar at 52nd and Webster wearing an army fatigue jacket who was in possession of a firearm. Officers responded to the bar and saw O.L. seated inside and matching the description of the person with the gun. One of.
On January 9, 2015 a man was shot three times in the back in Kensington as he was in the area to buy K2. Before he had the opportunity to purchase his drugs, a man came around the corner with a gun and fired multiple shots at the victim. On the way to the hospital.
Philadelphia narcotics officers set up a surveillance on a house in Germantown after receiving numerous complaints regarding drug activity at the location. During the course of the surveillance, officers observed three individuals knock on the door, go inside for 2-3 minutes, then left the area in their car. Each individual was stopped and found in.