April 4, 2013 |
Two Camden men were killed in unrelated shootings Tuesday night, authorities said Wednesday. Quenzell Morris, 31, was shot several times in an apparent robbery shortly after 8 p.m. at the intersection of North 26th and Cramer Streets in the Cramer Hill section, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office and city police said. An 18-year Camden resident who was with Morris was pistol-whipped. He fled but returned to find Morris shot and helped transport Morris to Cooper University Medical Center.
March 16, 2013
A federal judge handed down a 131/2-year sentence for a Pennsauken man who, while on release after robbing a bank, robbed three more. Richard B. Jones, 38, pleaded guilty to robbing a Sovereign Bank in Pennsauken on Nov. 28, 2011. He also admitted robbing the same bank and a PNC Bank, also in Pennsauken, that month. Jones was on federal supervised release at that time for a Rhode Island bank robbery he committed in 2006. Jones was sentenced to 151 months in prison for the new robberies and 24 months for violating release.
February 22, 2013 |
IN HOLLYWOOD, bank robbers are crafty villains who disable the surveillance cameras, find a way to get into the vault and escape without a trace. Or they come heavily armed with enough ammo to ward off a small army. In reality, they're usually much less sophisticated. Authorities are searching for a man they say has robbed seven banks and attempted to rob two others in the Philly area this month - without so much as a hood covering his face. In each instance, the unarmed bandit handed the teller a demand note, received an undisclosed sum of money and ran, authorities said.
February 18, 2013 |
A suspected serial robber hit his fifth bank this month, this time taking advantage of Sunday hours at a TD Bank branch in Philadelphia's Roxborough section, according to the FBI. The holdup was the city's sixth in a week and the 15th in barely a month. The FBI reported that at 12:05 p.m. Sunday, the suspect entered the TD bank at 5501 Ridge Ave. and passed a teller a demand note. After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, he fled on foot and was seen running north on Ridge Avenue, then west on Markle Street.
February 7, 2013
In the Region 45,000 added to N.J. care program Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey added 45,000 members to a program that pays primary-care doctors' practices to take a proactive role in coordinating care, making sure patients get needed tests and follow through on treatment plans. The expansion, which includes nine practices in South Jersey, brings to 200,000 the number of Horizon members in the model known as the patient-centered medical home. Horizon said the program has improved diabetes control and boosted the rate of breast and cervical cancer screenings.
May 31, 2012 |
A Delaware County man was arrested Wednesday after authorities said he robbed a bank in his neighborhood twice and used the money to pay property taxes, put new windows in his house, and fund a trip to Atlantic City. David Federowicz, 39, of Marcus Hook, was arrested without incident, District Attorney Jack Whelan said in a statement. He was charged with robbery, theft, and receiving stolen property. According to court documents, Federowicz robbed the Sovereign Bank in Marcus Hook in January and September 2011, stealing more than $14,000.
March 17, 2012
A man wanted for a Main Line bank robbery has been arrested after a standoff with police in Virginia, officials said Friday. Michael Francis Hamilton was hospitalized for an overdose after surrendering to police in Fredericksburg, according to the Free Lance-Star newspaper. Hamilton, 25, had been sought in the robbery Tuesday of the Sovereign Bank on Aldwyn Lane in Radnor Township. Radnor police confirmed that Hamilton, a native of West Norriton Township, had been arrested in Fredericksburg after a standoff with police at a motel.