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January 30, 2012 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, farrs@phillynews.com 215-854-4225
THE WOMAN had no money to give, but that didn't stop the robber who held her up at gunpoint in an Upper Darby alley about 8:30 p.m. Jan. 17. "You are going to give me something," he said, according to police reports. With that, the robber took something far more precious than cash from the 19-year-old woman. He took her body. Police said the attack happened in the rear alley of Wiltshire Road near Patterson Avenue. The victim was walking home from a friend's house when the suspect grabbed her from behind and took her behind a bush and performed various sex acts on her, and forced her to perform them on him, police said.
NEWS
April 29, 2012 | By Bill Reed, Inquirer Staff Writer
Just as in It's a Wonderful Life , a "cash mob" of about 100 people crammed into the Newtown Hardware House on Saturday morning to help bail out the store and its popular owner. "It's like George Bailey - everything George did was for everyone in the town," said Michelle Knobloch, referring to the Frank Capra movie. "This is all for Dave Callahan. He is quietly philanthropic and giving in so many ways. " Callahan, who has run what he calls Bucks County's oldest hardware store for 27 years, represents "the integrity of this borough," Knobloch said.
NEWS
February 10, 2014 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Columnist
The story at the heart of Kids for Cash - judges taking kickbacks from the developer of a private juvenile detention center, then funneling thousands of children there - happened right in Robert May's backyard. A producer with a New York-based distribution company, SenArt Films, and a track record in both fiction and nonfiction features ( The Station Agent , The War Tapes ), May lives in Franklin Township, Luzerne County. He has two children who were 10 and 13 back in 2009, when news of the scandal broke - not just in Pennsylvania, but also in media outlets around the country.
NEWS
March 6, 2013 | By Peter Mucha, Philly.com
Luck arrived last night for a lottery player in Delaware County, but is about take a hike for another in Montgomery County. Together, we're talking more than a million dollars here. Monday night's Cash 5 jackpot was worth $728,528.50, and the winning ticket was purchased at the Wawa at 600 S. Governor Printz Blvd. in Essington . The winner matched all the numbers: 9, 13, 20, 29 and 31. Time is running out, however, for a Cash 5 ticket worth $325,000 for the March 18, 2012, drawing.
NEWS
March 10, 2016 | By Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer
You're driving late on a Monday in Upper Darby. You see a leather pouch sitting in the road. You stop, open it, and find $15,200 in crisp bills. Do you keep the cash? To Bob Tracey, this isn't a hypothetical. Tracey, a 61-year-old SEPTA worker, was heading home to Springfield around midnight Monday when he noticed the bag on State Road. At first, he thought it was a woman's purse. Maybe a bag someone had perched atop a car and forgotten before driving off. But it had a bank name in the corner.
NEWS
June 8, 2012 | By Julie Shaw and Daily News Staff Writer
Three armed, masked men terrorized and robbed an Asian-American business owner and his family in their Radnor Township home late Wednesday night in yet another home invasion targeting people of Asian descent.   This time, the business owner was a dentist, with offices in Philadelphia and Coatesville. The Daily News last month wrote about this alarming trend in which armed thugs have followed Asian business owners to their homes in the belief that the victims stash cash at home.
NEWS
February 13, 2012
Was Gov. Corbett right to offer a budget that eliminates the minimal cash grants being made to Pennsylvania's poor?
NEWS
January 13, 2013 | Inquirer staff report
Two Camden County men have been charged with breaking into a Pine Hill home and threatening to kill a man and his 3-year-old daughter, then ransacking the home and stealing jewelry, a cellphone and cash, police said. Brandon Cooper and Davon Obryant-Still, both of the Sicklerville section of Winslow Township, were caught during a vehicle stop about 10 minutes after the incident on Friday at the Tall Pines Development. One of them was armed with a silver semi-automatic handgun, police said, and holding the gun to the father's head, forced him into an upstairs bedroom.
NEWS
March 24, 2013 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cash payments for genoa salami, capicola ham, and provolone led to a guilty plea for tax evasion for Nicholas Papanier, 57, who has been working to turn the Primo Hoagies chain into a successful franchise business. Papanier, who owns Primo Hoagies Franchising as well as Nellie's Provisions in Gloucester City, often received cash payments from Primo franchisees when they bought deli products from him, according to documents filed in federal court in Camden on Friday. Papanier diverted $556,664 in cash to his bank accounts during 2006, 2007 and 2008, in the amounts of, in order, $56,395, $349,264, and $151,005.
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