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July 3, 1996 | ALYSSA BANTA/ DAILY NEWS
Nick DeBlasis (left), 21, kept a tradition when he graduated from the Police Academy yesterday: He's the fourth son of Chief Inspector Vincent R. DeBlasis (right) to join the force. The others are Vincent, 32; Robert, 37; and Gary, 36.
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December 10, 1993 | Inquirer photographs by Ron Cortes
Following in her father's footsteps, Elizabeth Cellini (above) was one of nearly 100 police recruits who graduated from the Police Academy during ceremonies at the Civic Center yesterday. While most will work in Philadelphia, some graduates will serve the city of Chester and Bensalem and Horsham Townships. Mayor Rendell addressed the group.
NEWS
November 12, 2014 | By Kelly Flynn, Inquirer Staff Writer
John W. Logan, 71, of Torresdale, a 23-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department and owner of Logan's Towing, died Friday, Nov. 7, of cancer. Mr. Logan, known as "Jack," grew up in Northeast Philadelphia and attended Abraham Lincoln High School. He worked at a factory before deciding to apply to the Police Academy. "He loved protecting, and he was really happy to go to the Police Academy," said his wife of 49 years, Joan. "He really embraced 'protect and serve.' " Mr. Logan worked in the Seventh, Eighth, and 39th Districts and the highway patrol, his wife said.
NEWS
April 6, 1987 | By BEN YAGODA, Daily News Movie Critic
"Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol" has jokes about bodily (and birds') functions, a pompous guy whose pants rip and who gets a bullhorn Krazy-glued to his face, some excellent skateboarding, rock music, a joke about Mace deodorant, a guy (Michael Winslow) who can reproduce not only the sound effects but the out-of-synch sound track of a Bruce Lee film, a really fat guy, a really strong guy (Bubba Smith), a guy who talks really funny (Bobcat Goldthwait), a relatively normal guy (Steve Guttenberg)
NEWS
December 18, 2011 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
When the city police officer entered the room, she saw LaKanya Eskridge, her face covered in blood. "There was blood coming from her eyes, her nose, her mouth," Officer Cheryl Newton testified in court. "There was blood all over the place. " Eskridge begged Newton not to leave her: "He's going to hit me again," Eskridge told Newton, according to court testimony. It was Eskridge, however, who was arrested that day, Nov. 22, 2010, at Beeber Middle School in the Overbrook area, where her son was a student.
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May 25, 1989 | G. LOIE GROSSMANN/ DAILY NEWS
A police officer from the bomb squad, dressed in a protective suit, removes five sticks of dyanmite that were found in the basement of a barber shop on Germantown Avenue near Pike Street yesterday. The dynamite, discovered by workers cleaning the basement, was taken to the Police Academy and exploded. There was no information from police on how the explosive got to the shop.
NEWS
September 2, 1987 | Special to the Daily News by Mark Ludak
Unidentified chemicals found last month at an abandoned tannery at Germantown Avenue and American Street in Northern Liberties are removed under police escort early today. I-95 was briefly closed to traffic between Aramingo and Cottman avenues around 5 a.m. as two environmental services trucks carried the chemicals - considered potentially explosive - from the former Custom Leather Services tannery to the Police Academy in the Northeast for disposal.
NEWS
March 7, 1987
I think the city should build a trash-to-steam plant between State Road and the Delaware River at Ashburner Street on ground where trash trucks are now parked. The steam could be used to heat the Police Academy, the prisons along State Road and the home for the aged (Riverview). It would be one way to get rid of the trash in the Northeast. Karl Schuble Philadelphia.
NEWS
August 7, 2010
A Philadelphia police officer was in stable condition Friday after accidentally shooting herself in a hip. The officer, 61, was participating in a training exercise at the Police Academy in Holmesburg and discharged her weapon at the firing range about 12:40 p.m. The injury was not severe, police said. She was treated at Aria Health-Torresdale. - Sam Wood
NEWS
December 15, 1995 | By Thomas J. Gibbons Jr. and Jeff Gammage, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Mayor Rendell will promote two chief inspectors today, marking the first time in department history that the police hierarchy has had five deputy police commissioners. In ceremonies scheduled for 10:30 a.m. in Room 653 at City Hall, Rendell will name Richard Zappile, who commands the Operations South Bureau, a deputy commissioner in charge of the department's operations branch. Robert Mitchell, who heads the Special Patrol Bureau, will become deputy commissioner for support services, a new position.
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