February 1, 2013
A Delaware County dentist is offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of whomever broke into his Upper Darby practice, stole copper tubing, and caused over $40,000 in damages. John-Eric Kramer, who had moved his offices from Philadelphia, was renovating a large stone Tudor-style building he had purchased at 7200 Bradford Rd. He said the thief or thieves broke in through a basement door. The repairs are costly, he said, because plumbing for a dental practice requires special fixtures to prevent contamination.
October 12, 2012 |
Thanks to a sharp-eyed Episcopal priest, Haddonfield police have arrested and charged a pair of suspected copper thieves. "Don't mess with a priest," the Rev. Patrick Close of Grace Church on Kings Highway posted on his Facebook page Tuesday. Close saw two young men the previous day in an area of the church grounds not open to the public and went out to question them, he reported. They departed, but when he left that night, Close noticed the rectory's copper downspouts were gone.
August 19, 2012 |
BBC America's new historical drama, Copper , about an Irish American police detective in 19th-century New York, opens with a bang: A gang of bank robbers are making a frenzied escape through the backstreets of lower Manhattan when they are ambushed by three police detectives led by the show's protagonist, Detective Kevin Corcoran. Corcoran - Corky to his friends - identifies himself as a cop, but before the thieves can react, he and his pals, Detectives Francis Maguire (Kevin Ryan)
August 17, 2012
* BOSS. 9 p.m. Friday, Starz. THE IRRESISTIBLE force of Kelsey Grammer's fictional Chicago mayor Tom Kane returns Friday for a second season as Starz's "Boss. " Sanaa Lathan's job will be to at least attempt to become the immovable object in his path. Lathan ("Alien vs. Predator") is joining a show she admitted wasn't even on her radar until Grammer's Golden Globe. "When he won for best actor [in a drama], I was like, 'What is this show?' ... Maybe a month later, [the opportunity of a role]
May 26, 2012 |
Philadelphia Police are seeking help identifying a man captured on surveillance video stripping copper valued at $50,000 from an apartment building under renovation in East Germantown. Police said the thief spent about six hours in the building at 5701 Kemble Ave. early last Saturday, cutting and removing copper pipes. He is described as a black male, 20- to 30-years-old, with an athletic build, and goatee with mustache. He was wearing a green shirt, a brace on his left wrist, blue jeans, a necklace with a cross and dark colored shoes.
April 5, 2012 |
Kahleah Copper has been at a couple of high schools over the last four years, but she has always had a home on the Pennsylvania sports writers' all-state girls' basketball team. Copper, the 6-foot-2, Rutgers-bound guard-forward, has been on the all-state team every year of her varsity career, first making it in Class A as a freshman and sophomore at Girard College, then making the Class AAA first team after her junior year at Prep Charter. This year, Copper not only made the first team again, but she also was selected the player of the year in her classification in a vote of statewide media after taking her team to the PIAA semifinals for the second consecutive year.
March 30, 2012
Boys' Latin's Maurice Watson Jr. and Prep Charter's Kahleah Copper on Wednesday were named winners of the fifth annual Phoenix Awards. The Phoenix Club of Philadelphia was created in 2008 by Michael Horsey, a local certified public accountant, to recognize the most outstanding boys' and girls' senior basketball players in the Public League. Watson, a 5-foot-10 point guard who signed with Boston University, averaged 21.8 points this season. He scored 2,356 career points. Copper, a 6-1 point guard, is regarded as the nation's 17th-best female college prospect in the Class of 2012, according to ESPN. The Rutgers signee participated in Wednesday's McDonald's All American girls' game in Chicago and scored two points and pulled down four rebounds in 14 minutes.
March 29, 2012 |
Prep Charter coach Paul Rieser can still picture her: the tall, gangly star of the New York Gauchos, springing for rebound after rebound on the Rutgers University hardwood. On that July 2010 day, he had come to watch his senior point guard, Bria Young, compete in the Summer Exposure Championships, a national event that showcased AAU players to college coaches. But as the games wore on, he found himself captivated by one girl whom Young soon pointed out. "Coach," Young told Rieser, "that's my friend Kahleah Copper.
March 29, 2012 |
CHICAGO - Amile Jefferson and Kahleah Copper took turns on Wednesday night playing in the house that Michael Jordan built. The Philadelphia-area stars appeared in respective boys' and girls' McDonald's All-American basketball games before more than 17,000 fans at the United Center. Jefferson, a 6-foot-8 forward from Friends' Central, played about six minutes, had a pair of steals and hit a late jumper in the first half for an East team battling an 11-player West squad in a late game.