The Daily Pennsylvanian recounts some of the summer headlines regarding the Philadelphia School District this summer.
An aggravated assault at 36th and Ludlow streets and a robbery on the 4000 block of Walnut Street are among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 1 and Aug. 7, 2014.
Eight thefts, an assault and a terroristic threat were among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between July 25 and July 31.
Former Penn student and varsity basketball player Anthony Bagtas was charged on June 9 with four burglaries that occurred over Thanksgiving break last fall. He now faces a total of 14 burglary charges and is in custody at a correctional facility.
Last week's crimes included two acts of vandalism, two frauds and an assault. See what other crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between July 11 and July 17, 2014.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between July 11 and July 17, 2014.
Retail thieves beware - the Division of Public Safety is on your case.
A trend in frequent retail thefts has developed in the Penn Patrol zone from 30th to 43rd streets and Market Street to Baltimore Avenue with 17 retail thefts last month, eight this month and 13 back in March.
Last week's crimes included a fire incident, fraud and a DUI.
Last week's crimes included two robberies, a burglary and a DUI.
This week's crimes include four thefts, two frauds, and one count of harassment.
This week's crimes include four burglaries, vandalism and a sex offense.
This week's crimes include an assault and three burglaries.
This week's crimes include assault, disorderly conduct, fraud and burglary.
May 25, 2014: At about 5:30 p.m. an affiliated male reported that he observed an unknown male enter through the unsecured front door of the complainant’s residence at 214 S.
Meeting attendees were encouraged a sign a petition aimed at President Gutmann requesting that Penn commit $6.6 million annually.
College junior Sanibel Chai and her co-founder and high school friend Liz Lian are launching their company WICK to create party wear for women made from the same moisture-wicking fabrics of yoga clothes. While WICK is still waiting for their first batch of fabric to be delivered, interested buyers can sign up on their website to be in the know when WICK’s clothing becomes available.