CollectionsGetaway Car
IN THE NEWS

Getaway Car

NEWS
August 22, 1996 | by Jack McGuire and Julie Knipe Brown, Daily News Staff Writers
Two more suspects were charged yesterday in the slaying of off-duty Police Detective John Cousin. Police said they were looking for a fourth man. Both suspects arrived at the Police Administration Building with their lawyers. The first to show up was Royce Turnipseed, 25, of Valley Road near Crescent Drive, Melrose Park, who arrived at about 1 p.m. after his lawyer negotiated his surrender. Police say Turnipseed, who also gave police an address on Seltzer Street near 25th, was the driver of the getaway car and never got out of the car during the attack on the officer.
NEWS
December 17, 1992 | By Gail Gibson, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Batmobile, it wasn't. In fact, it wasn't much of a getaway car at all. It was a white mobile camper that pulled away from the Harleysville National Bank & Trust Co. branch in Skippack on Friday, driven by two armed men who had just robbed the bank. They didn't stay in it long. Police found the mobile home where Old Forty Foot Road dead-ends at Hendrick Road. There, the two likely switched to a second getaway car, police said. State police and the FBI still were looking for the men yesterday.
NEWS
August 24, 1996 | By Thomas J. Gibbons Jr., INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
While the FBI and Philadelphia police continued yesterday to search for suspects in Thursday's robbery and shooting inside a Chestnut Hill bank, investigators traced the identity of a critically injured gunshot victim possibly tied to the crime. Terrence Marche, 22, of the 5600 block of Matthews Street in East Mount Airy, is the person dropped off by two others at Cooper Hospital/University Medical Center in Camden about an hour after the 10 a.m. robbery at the Prime Bank at 8500 Germantown Ave., detectives said.
NEWS
November 12, 1997 | By Karen Auerbach, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT The article contains information from the Associated Press
A Trenton man has been arrested and accused of taking part in a botched heist last week at a Princeton bank where he once worked as a teller, the FBI said yesterday. Harold Davila, 21, was charged with armed robbery and was expected to be arraigned in Trenton today, said FBI spokesman Stephen Montgomery. A second man, Sandy Casiano, 25, also known as Desa Sosa Hernandez, was still at large and was considered armed and dangerous, Montgomery said. Their accomplice, Angel Rivera, 20, of Trenton, was shot dead in an elevator of the Sovereign Bank on Nassau Street on Thursday by Princeton police while he held a gun to the head of a bank employee and said he was about to kill her. Davila and Casiano, meanwhile, held a second woman hostage as they tried to flee, investigators said.
NEWS
January 28, 1997 | By Douglas A. Campbell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The second trial of Darryl S. Hill in the 1979 murder of Moorestown Police Sgt. Frank Fullerton began yesterday in Superior Court. Hill, 36, who was arrested and jailed a day after the slaying, pleaded guilty in the case in 1980 and has been serving a life sentence ever since. Another man pleaded guilty to shooting Fullerton. Hill had been charged with felony murder, indicating his guilt came from being part of the felony - a liquor-store robbery - that led to the slaying.
NEWS
May 16, 1995 | By Tom Avril, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Two down, one to go. That's where it stands as the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office attempts to put away the last of three men accused in a string of late-night gas station robberies last spring. Two of the men, Robert Gonzalez, 19, and Che Jerro Goldman, 18, both of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty earlier this year to armed robbery. The third, Ager L. Brasby 3d, who prosecutors say drove the getaway car, goes on trial this week. If convicted, the 24-year-old Willingboro man could be sentenced to as much as 20 years in prison.
NEWS
August 15, 1997 | By Thomas H. Matthews and Anthony Beckman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENTS
Two armed robbers who held up a bank here yesterday were forced to throw their stolen money out of a getaway car when the dye pack exploded, showering them with red ink and tear gas. After tossing the money, the men had to elude a motorist who saw them fleeing the bank and followed them to a shopping center two miles away, police said. There, one of the robbers jumped into a second car and both cars were driven off. Both men were still at large last night. The holdup was the most recent in a series of bank robberies in the western suburbs that have involved two masked gunmen.
NEWS
August 10, 1994 | By Greg McCullough, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The man suspected of driving the getaway car for a series of daring Lower Merion robberies several years ago has turned himself in to police, ending a protracted extradition battle between authorities in Pennsylvania and his home state of New York. Louis Cardillo, 44, was arrested by Lower Merion police almost five months ago at his home in Lake Mahopac, N.Y., police said. He was charged with seven counts of burglary, conspiracy and related charges in connection with seven burglaries that occurred between August 1991 and January 1992 in Villanova and Gladwyne.
NEWS
October 18, 2012 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
A man who allegedly drove the getaway car in a March 24 murder-for-hire at a Chinese restaurant in Grays Ferry was ordered Wednesday to stand trial for murder. Marcus C. Pough, 25, was charged with murder, possession of a prohibited firearm, and related charges in a preliminary hearing before Municipal Court Judge Patrick F. Dugan. Formal arraignment is scheduled for Nov. 7. The charges stem from the shooting death of Damon G. Stafford, 20, at the Twin Dragon restaurant. Called to the stand by Assistant District Attorney Lorraine Donnelly, Philadelphia Homicide Detective William Sierra read from a statement he took from Pough in which Pough acknowledged owning the van used in the murder.
NEWS
October 18, 2013 | By Aubrey Whelan, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nearly five months after video cameras caught a man firing an AK-47 into a Southwest Philadelphia strip club, Philadelphia police have arrested and charged the man they say is responsible for the shooting. Henry Pettigrew, 22, was taken into custody without incident early Wednesday at a house in Grays Ferry, said Lt. John Walker of Southwest Detectives, which worked the case along with fugitive squads from the Homicide Unit and the FBI. On May 11, Pettigrew and a friend were kicked out of the Purple Orchid, 3275 S. 61st St., about 2 a.m. after they got into a dispute with a bouncer.
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
|
|
|
|
|