Highway Police were on routine patrol when they observed a Chevy Impala pass a Septa Bus and veer into oncoming traffic. Police initiated a stop of the car and claimed that they saw E.S., the back seat passenger, reaching into his waistband as they approached. While at the car window they allegedly observed E.S. repeatedly.
Police were on patrol in Kensington when they observed a car being driven by M.B. with “excessive tint.” As they followed him, they reported that he made several “evasive maneuvers’ they believed M.B. was making to avoid being pulled over. Once the officers pulled the car over, they observed him acting “extremely nervously”. Officers asked.
Police in an unmarked car observed C.P. traveling westbound on 66th Ave blocking the bike lane while obstructing the middle of a cross walk. The car then turned right on red and began traveling at a “reckless” rate of speed. Officers pulled the. car over and the front seat passenger attempted to exit and walk.
Police initiated a car stop on the 2100 block of S.6600 St. R.H. was the driver and only occupant. Upon approach the officers noted that he was “visibly nervous” and that his hands were shaking. The officers got his valid license, registration and insurance and ran all of his information. While in their patrol car.
Police arrested D.W. for homicide relating to a shooting death near 13th and Olney Ave after two relatives of the decedent identified D.W. One witness told police that she observed D.W. talking to the decedent for 10-15 minutes prior to the shooting and that an argument ensued after she went back inside. She then allegedly.
In November of 2019, a car drove by a bar on Wyoming Avenue and an individual leaned out of the front window, firing multiple shots that struck three individuals. An armed security guard fired back at the car as it sped off from the location, striking it on the passenger side. Police stationed at Temple.
Members of DEA Task Force 23 set up a long term narcotics surveillance operation in the Germantown section of the City. N.K. was allegedly part of an organization that was said to control the open air drug sales in the area, that was also responsible for numerous drug related shootings in the area. N.K. became.
Police pulled over a car being driven by C.C. for a defective brake light. Officers claimed that when they stopped the car, C.C. leaned to his right towards the glovebox and disappeared from their view for 10-15 seconds. Upon approach, they noticed bullet holes in his car and while speaking to C.C. he told them.
Police responded to a radio call at 12:55 AM for a hispanic male with long hair wearing a hoody armed with a gun and firing shots into the air from a silver Toyota 4Runner. Officer arrived within minutes and observed D.B., matching the description provided, in a 4Runner on the corner blocking the crosswalk. Police.
Officers responding to a shooting located a victim on W. Seymour Street. He was pronounced dead a short time later. Detectives investigating the murder discovered that a landlord to a nearby property had arrived with D.B. and confronted the victim about some broken windows at the property he was residing in. Witnesses came forward identifying.
Police pulled over a car being driven by J.S. for a defective brake light and claimed that he and the front seat passenger were acting extremely nervous. They claimed that J.S.’s hands were shaking uncontrollably while handing over the car’s paperwork and that he was unable to answer simple questions. The passenger was found to.
Police were patrolling the area of 5800 Trinity Street when they observed a male smoking marijuana on the sidewalk. Police claimed that as they exited their car (in full uniform) to investigate that male, E.W.quickly got into the front passenger seat of a parked car, pulled a gun out of his waistband and stuck it.