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May 12, 2005
RE JOSEPH Messina's May 10 letter: I'm not surprised at the conclusion of your comment about the recent police beating. Why are you concerned about Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton coming here to rescue the situation? How would you like it if the roles were reversed, and it was you getting beat upside your head while completely unable to defend yourself? Human torture is archaic and inhumane. Any person who enjoys such an act needs psychological evaluation. How about you and the police officer?
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November 25, 1998 | By Lewis Kamb, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Police evacuated 13 families from their homes last night while a 33-year-old man barricaded himself in a house in the 100 block of Conestoga Road and threatened to shoot himself. More than two hours later, police persuaded the man, whom they would not identify, to surrender and give up his weapon. Police transported him to the Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital Crisis Unit in Darby for a psychological evaluation, according to a news release issued by the Radnor Police Department. The man's father called police at 6:55 p.m. Officers barricaded the roadway and observed the man pacing inside the house, with a handgun in one hand and a bottle of liquor in the other, police said.
NEWS
December 31, 2011
Ten weapons and nearly 1,700 bullets were seized from an Ocean County, N.J., home after a man allegedly made threatening statements on his Facebook page and then barricaded himself inside the residence. The standoff, which began around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, lasted for several hours as authorities tried to negotiate with the 53-year-old man, whose name was not released. It ended when an Ocean County Regional SWAT team broke down the door of the Barnegat home and captured the man without incident.
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August 20, 1999 | by Nicole Weisensee, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News Sports Writer Ted Silary contributed to this report
Was it a lawn blower that set the man off? Landscaper Chris Bonley, 38, was worried yesterday that the noise of the blower being used by one of his men at the rear of a home on Arthur Street near Bradford in Rhawnhurst might have led Michael Mostak to believe someone was breaking into his home. Whatever the cause, Mostak, 36, called 911 shortly before noon and reported that someone was breaking in. But when police arrived in the quiet, tree-lined neighborhood of single homes, Mostak turned them away and officers heard shots fired.
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April 14, 2011 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
A transgender Norristown woman has pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to fatally stabbing her boyfriend during an argument at a relative's Moore Street home last August. Asia Santana, 40, whose given name is Tyrone Crawley, appeared before Judge William J. Furber Jr. on Wednesday and admitted to one count of third-degree murder and one count of possessing an instrument of crime. Assistant District Attorney Cara M. McMenamin described the Aug. 13 stabbing as "a rage killing" in which Santana stabbed Eric Nevith, 28, six times with a kitchen knife.
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June 10, 2000 | By Mary Anne Janco, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Glenolden Police Chief Ed Cooke said yesterday that he was stunned by the arrest this week of a borough officer on charges that he raped a woman after responding to a dispute at her home. The allegations are "a dark day for the Glenolden Police Department," said Cooke, a 22-year veteran of the nine-member force that patrols this one-square-mile town in Delaware County. "We had no warning on this," said Cooke, who himself conducted an extensive background check before hiring Christopher J. Scaggs, 27, of Upper Darby, as a full-time officer early last year.
NEWS
June 16, 2011
1WOMEN SOUGHT IN CEMETERY ROBBERIES Detectives in Cheltenham Township are searching for two women who allegedly stole a credit card from an unlocked car at a cemetery while its owner was visiting a grave. The victim parked her car at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, on Cheltenham Avenue near Easton Road, on Sunday, and sometime between 11 and 11:30 a.m., police said, her purse was snatched out of her car. Cops said the two women visited nearby gas stations and the Cheltenham Mall, and spent about $700 using the victim's card.
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March 29, 2012 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
She was a 13-year-old girl, fifth child of seven in a devout Catholic family in suburban Roslyn whose mother attended Mass once or twice daily. But the girl dreaded Sunday mornings. Not because of a crisis of faith but because she knew it would mean another morning of groping by the Rev. Albert T. Kostelnick. The woman, now in her mid-50s, told a Philadelphia jury this morning about how Kostelnick, now retired, fondled her for two years as she worked in the rectory of St. John of the Cross church in Roslyn - and then did the same to two of her sisters who followed her into the job. "I didn't know what to do," the woman told the Common Pleas Court jury.
NEWS
March 10, 2013
Rodney Francis is insufficiently ambitious. The pastor of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church in St. Louis has a plan for a "buyback" of children's toy guns. And toy swords and other make-believe weapons. There is, however, a loophole in the pastor's panacea. He neglects the problem of ominously nibbled and menacingly brandished breakfast pastries. Joshua Welch - a boy, wouldn't you know; no good can come of these turbulent creatures - who is 7, was suspended from second grade in Maryland's Anne Arundel County earlier this month because of his "Pop-Tart pistol.
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NEWS
March 10, 2013
Rodney Francis is insufficiently ambitious. The pastor of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church in St. Louis has a plan for a "buyback" of children's toy guns. And toy swords and other make-believe weapons. There is, however, a loophole in the pastor's panacea. He neglects the problem of ominously nibbled and menacingly brandished breakfast pastries. Joshua Welch - a boy, wouldn't you know; no good can come of these turbulent creatures - who is 7, was suspended from second grade in Maryland's Anne Arundel County earlier this month because of his "Pop-Tart pistol.
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March 29, 2012 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
She was a 13-year-old girl, fifth child of seven in a devout Catholic family in suburban Roslyn whose mother attended Mass once or twice daily. But the girl dreaded Sunday mornings. Not because of a crisis of faith but because she knew it would mean another morning of groping by the Rev. Albert T. Kostelnick. The woman, now in her mid-50s, told a Philadelphia jury this morning about how Kostelnick, now retired, fondled her for two years as she worked in the rectory of St. John of the Cross church in Roslyn - and then did the same to two of her sisters who followed her into the job. "I didn't know what to do," the woman told the Common Pleas Court jury.
NEWS
December 31, 2011
Ten weapons and nearly 1,700 bullets were seized from an Ocean County, N.J., home after a man allegedly made threatening statements on his Facebook page and then barricaded himself inside the residence. The standoff, which began around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, lasted for several hours as authorities tried to negotiate with the 53-year-old man, whose name was not released. It ended when an Ocean County Regional SWAT team broke down the door of the Barnegat home and captured the man without incident.
NEWS
June 16, 2011
1WOMEN SOUGHT IN CEMETERY ROBBERIES Detectives in Cheltenham Township are searching for two women who allegedly stole a credit card from an unlocked car at a cemetery while its owner was visiting a grave. The victim parked her car at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, on Cheltenham Avenue near Easton Road, on Sunday, and sometime between 11 and 11:30 a.m., police said, her purse was snatched out of her car. Cops said the two women visited nearby gas stations and the Cheltenham Mall, and spent about $700 using the victim's card.
NEWS
April 14, 2011 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
A transgender Norristown woman has pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to fatally stabbing her boyfriend during an argument at a relative's Moore Street home last August. Asia Santana, 40, whose given name is Tyrone Crawley, appeared before Judge William J. Furber Jr. on Wednesday and admitted to one count of third-degree murder and one count of possessing an instrument of crime. Assistant District Attorney Cara M. McMenamin described the Aug. 13 stabbing as "a rage killing" in which Santana stabbed Eric Nevith, 28, six times with a kitchen knife.
NEWS
May 12, 2005
RE JOSEPH Messina's May 10 letter: I'm not surprised at the conclusion of your comment about the recent police beating. Why are you concerned about Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton coming here to rescue the situation? How would you like it if the roles were reversed, and it was you getting beat upside your head while completely unable to defend yourself? Human torture is archaic and inhumane. Any person who enjoys such an act needs psychological evaluation. How about you and the police officer?
NEWS
July 20, 2000 | By Aamer Madhani, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
David Reid, an Olympic gold medalist and former super-welterweight boxing champion, pleaded guilty yesterday to simple assault for beating up his girlfriend last month. The North Philadelphia native was arrested at his home in Voorhees on June 17. He was accused of striking his girlfriend, dragging her down a flight of stairs and biting her on the back of the neck, authorities said. Yesterday, Reid appeared before Judge Thomas Brown in Camden County Superior Court, apologized for his actions and accepted the plea agreement.
NEWS
June 10, 2000 | By Mary Anne Janco, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Glenolden Police Chief Ed Cooke said yesterday that he was stunned by the arrest this week of a borough officer on charges that he raped a woman after responding to a dispute at her home. The allegations are "a dark day for the Glenolden Police Department," said Cooke, a 22-year veteran of the nine-member force that patrols this one-square-mile town in Delaware County. "We had no warning on this," said Cooke, who himself conducted an extensive background check before hiring Christopher J. Scaggs, 27, of Upper Darby, as a full-time officer early last year.
NEWS
August 20, 1999 | by Nicole Weisensee, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News Sports Writer Ted Silary contributed to this report
Was it a lawn blower that set the man off? Landscaper Chris Bonley, 38, was worried yesterday that the noise of the blower being used by one of his men at the rear of a home on Arthur Street near Bradford in Rhawnhurst might have led Michael Mostak to believe someone was breaking into his home. Whatever the cause, Mostak, 36, called 911 shortly before noon and reported that someone was breaking in. But when police arrived in the quiet, tree-lined neighborhood of single homes, Mostak turned them away and officers heard shots fired.
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