April 16, 2012 |
LIVORNO PLAYERS and fans gathered Sunday at the Italian soccer team's stadium to pay their respects, a day after midfielder Piermario Morosini , 25, collapsed and died after suffering cardiac arrest during a Serie B match at Pescara. A defibrillator was used on the player, who also had his heart massaged, before an ambulance arrived on the field to take him to a hospital where doctors tried unsuccessfully to revive him for about 90 minutes. An autopsy will be carried out Monday, and may reveal whether a delay in the ambulance getting to Morosini could have contributed to his death.
August 14, 2015 |
Cop Car is a prairie noir that takes the flat landscape of the Western plains and turns it, as so many movies have, into a place of meanness and menace. The movie starts innocently enough: two middle-school boys (James Freedson-Jackson, Hays Wellford) on a walkabout on empty ranchland, daring each other to curse, looking for arrowheads and snake holes. What they find instead is an abandoned patrol car in the middle of nowhere. They approach tentatively, but the wariness soon ebbs.
November 4, 1996 |
He's been arrested for lying, forced to quit his job as a state trooper and investigated as a possible murder suspect. But through it all, ex-state trooper Harold Ryan Hutchinson sticks to the story that caused all his trouble - that he saw a marked police car parked behind Aimee Willard's the morning she was abducted and murdered. "He maintains that he's innocent of the charges against him and that he didn't give any false information," said his lawyer, Ari Moldovsky. "Unfortunately, Ryan's been put in the position of a scapegoat for the investigation not moving as quickly as people would like it. " Hutchinson agreed to go into a pretrial probationary program because of the intense publicity and the expense of defending himself, his lawyer said.
April 12, 2012 |
A female police officer shot and killed a suspect today in North Philadelphia after police said the man struck a Temple student and another officer's car on Broad Street with his pickup truck. A narcotics officer in an unmarked vehicle parked on Broad Street near Oxford first spotted the suspect as his blue pickup truck jumped a curb in a parking lot around 10:30 a.m., hit several parked cars, and then struck the male Temple student, according to police. The officer ran to the scene and attempted to get the suspect out of his truck, but he refused, and then struck the officer's vehicle.
April 4, 2016
Police on Saturday said a 13-year-old boy who was struck Friday by a police vehicle on North Broad Street, at the border of Spring Garden and North Philadelphia, was hit after the boy and two other kids darted out into the street. The boy suffered a non-life-threatening injury and was taken to Hahnemann University Hospital, where he was in stable condition Friday. Sgt. Eric Gripp, a police spokesman, said Saturday that he could not release updates about the teen's condition because of privacy regulations.
August 12, 1994 |
There are car thefts and there are car thefts. This one involved the taking of a police patrol car, police say, and the alleged thief was arrested a short time later - sitting next to the car and calmly reading a newspaper. He then told police he was an FBI agent, detectives said, but his name - Lawrence Cave, 53, of Tioga Street near 21st, - didn't show up on the FBI's personnel charts. It all began at 4:05 a.m. yesterday. Patrol Car No. 512, a 5th District car being loaned to the 39th District, was parked by 39th District officer Vince Oaks on Venango Street near 21st, while Oaks helped a rescue squad give aid to someone inside a home there.
March 7, 2013 |
SHAYNA SYKES posted a photograph to Instagram recently of a new tattoo on her foot that reads "Live fast DIE PRETTY. " On Tuesday morning, Sykes, 23, and her fiance, Blake Bills, 24, fulfilled the first part of her foot-tattoo prophecy - and came dangerously close to the second - when they stole not one, but two police cars and led cops on a chase from Camden to Philadelphia at speeds of up to 100 mph before they were eventually arrested, police...
August 24, 2009 |
Machete-wielding robbers, a man who was quicker on the draw than two home-invasion suspects and a stolen police car were among the most notable instances of five criminal reports in the city this past weekend. 1About 5:10 a.m. yesterday, a 21-year-old man walking along Porter Street near South 5th, in South Philadelphia, was approached by two men, one of whom was armed with a machete, South Detectives said. They took $250 from the victim, fled the area and remain on the lam, according to police.
August 7, 2015
A review in Friday's Weekend section, printed in advance, gives the wrong release date for the film Cop Car . It opens Aug. 14.