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January 15, 1997 | By Clea Benson, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The three people charged in the Halloween slaying of a Penn medical researcher drove around in search of crack and corn liquor before attacking the victim and his girlfriend on a West Philadelphia street, according to a statement by one of the suspects. At a preliminary hearing yesterday, police read a statement they said was obtained from Yvette Stewart. In the statement, Stewart said she and two other suspects - Bridget Black and Eugene Harrison - smoked three "bags" of crack.
NEWS
March 16, 2013 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
By the time the two former Triton Regional High School teachers gathered with their attorneys in a Camden courtroom for sentencing Friday, the conclusion was pretty much foregone. The two men, both young and in suits and ties, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit official misconduct in connection with improper sexual conduct with students. The sentences Jeff Logandro, 32, and Daniel Michielli, 27, both of Blackwood, would receive had been negotiated - three years' probation, 30 days of house arrest, minor fines, and the revocation of their teaching licenses and of contact with the students.
NEWS
October 24, 2013 | By Barbara Boyer and Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writers
David Fili Jr. and George Barnard enjoyed the lives of successful businessmen driving expensive vehicles, investing in beachfront property, and attending Flyers games. The partnership between the two Delaware County men started in 2004. Eight years later, the relationship unraveled after clients alleged more than $10 million had gone missing, strapping dozens of New Jersey and Pennsylvania homeowners with two mortgages on the same properties, according to court records filed in both states.
NEWS
October 5, 2006 | By Julie Shaw INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Kensington man accused of strangling his wife, then setting their house on fire to cover up the crime was held yesterday for trial. Aaron Conover, 32, faces murder, arson and related charges in the Aug. 2 death of ElTanya Conover, 29. According to a police statement read before Municipal Judge James M. DeLeon, Conover was fighting with his wife over drugs at their home in the 3100 block of Custer Street before she died. The previous night, Conover said, he asked his wife for $40 to get powder cocaine, which he bought and ingested.
NEWS
March 6, 1997 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The last moments of Kimberly Ernest's life, as allegedly told to police by one of her accused killers, were detailed to a jury yesterday. Defendant Richard Wise: "I just took out the window of a parked car when this jogger came by. She was running toward the river and she said, 'What the hell are you doing? I'm going to call the police.' " "She was right in my face. I hit her on the side of the face with the crowbar, but she didn't go down. She began to fight with me. She was strong.
NEWS
July 13, 2000 | By Marc Levy, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A discrepancy that implicated another man in the 1997 stabbing death of 16-year-old Adam Suopys of Moorestown was revealed in a taped statement played yesterday during a pretrial hearing in Burlington County Superior Court. Patrick J. Free, 21, who is charged with murder, told investigators in the statement that a 25-year-old man who has not been charged with the killing had helped him stab and beat Suopys to death on New Year's Eve. "I stabbed him a couple times, and then I got up and we left," Free, in an even voice, told two Moorestown police detectives in the Jan. 9, 1998, statement, recorded about 12 hours after he was arrested.
NEWS
March 5, 1993 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jamal Allen said he had been looking since noon for a car to steal when he spotted a 1991 gray Acura sedan in a West Philadelphia church parking lot just after 6:30 p.m. on Valentine's Day. But, its owner, Yeong Ho Yu, resisted handing over the car. "He started making a lot of noise and screaming, I had to shoot the guy," explained Allen, 16, in a statement he made to police. The statement was read by a detective yesterday at a preliminary hearing for the West Philadelphia youth.
NEWS
December 14, 1995 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The last moments of Kimberly Ernest's life, as told by her alleged killers, went like this: Richard Wise: "I just took out the window of a parked car when this jogger came by. She was running toward the river and she said, 'What the hell are you doing? I'm going to call the police.' "She was right in my face. I hit her on the side of the face with the crowbar, but she didn't go down. She began to fight with me. She was strong. I hit her a couple more times with the bar and she went down.
NEWS
November 6, 1998 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Lisa Price's self-portrait as a panicked, angry foster mother was presented for the first time in court yesterday as a detective read her chilling account of the rage prosecutors say drove her to kill her 6-year-old foster daughter and toss the body into the Schuylkill. Price, 35, who was held for trial without bail on murder, child-endangerment, and abuse-of-corpse charges, had initially told police that Jacqueline Veney never came home from her South Philadelphia elementary school on Sept.
NEWS
October 4, 1996 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A veteran police detective broke down yesterday as he recounted to a jury how Walter Ogrod described sexually assaulting 4-year-old Barbara Jean Horn and bludgeoning her with a steel bar before discarding her naked body in a cardboard box on a Northeast Philadelphia street. Detective Martin Devlin, who spent 28 years with the Philadelphia Police Department before leaving in 1994, was overcome with emotion and choked back tears as he read a statement Ogrod allegedly gave police.
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