Calls to Police Chief Joseph Bail were not returned.
Jourdeana Linder described the men to police, saying one was wearing white pants. About two hours later, police found the stolen gold Ford Taurus at Seventh and Norris Streets, about six blocks from the house. Two men were outside the car, and a third - wearing white pants - was in the driver's seat. The men ran off. Police and K-9 units responded and began a search.
Eventually, police found Jasper Gregory Moy, 24, of Upper Darby, lying in the passenger seat of a 1999 Cadillac near Lloyd and James Streets, a few blocks from where the stolen car was recovered. Moy's white trousers were at his feet as he tried to change clothes. There were other clothes in the car, according to court records.
Moy, 24, was charged with robbery, robbery of a motor vehicle, theft, aggravated assault, weapons violations, and related crimes. He was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Spencer Seaton and sent to Delaware County jail after failing to post $250,000 bail, according to public records.
The other people were questioned and released. The investigation continues, according to Freeman.
Some of the mayor's personal belongings were recovered from a trash can at a home on Norris Street, according to Freeman.