Two recent robberies inside the Penn Patrol Zone are examples of a growing national problem of criminals seeking smartphones.
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Acts of indecent exposure involving a Penn lecturer in Houston Hall are being investigated by the police.
Total crime in the Division of Public Safety patrol zone dropped slightly in April. Crime against persons dropped by nearly half.
The Philadelphia Police Department released a surveillance camera video Monday of the man believed to be responsible for the murder of campus food cart operator Don Ly.
After three armed robberies in University City Thursday night, two suspects are in custody but a third is still on the loose.
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a robbery with a gun at the intersection of 42nd and Chestnut streets Thursday night.
Change is coming to 38th and Spruce streets.
A car on fire outside Hill College House prompted an evacuation Sunday morning.
One of the men involved in a shootout at 40th St. and Locust Walk in November of 2010 was sentenced to 170 months in federal prison on Tuesday.
An automobile struck a female University student at 38th and Spruce streets on Tuesday morning, marking the fifth accident at the intersection this semester.
The Division of Public Safety made nine arrests in two days last Monday and Tuesday in connection with people selling illegal drugs. There was a total of 16 drug-related arrests in April.
The killing of University City food truck operator Don Ly remains unsolved.
Don Ly, a campus food truck operator, was stabbed and killed while on his way to work this morning.
The Division of Public Safety got a chance to honor many of the people who keep Penn safe throughout the year Tuesday night.
Penn’s student body flung a little safer this year.
While 31 students were cited Thursday night of Spring Fling weekend by state police officers, the citations did not continue during the two days of official Fling activities.
At least 30 students must attend court hearings due to the underage drinking citations they received at parties over Spring Fling weekend.
“You nine folks hold the keys to the kingdom,” North Philadelphia resident Penelope Giles said to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, in town Thursday to hear citizen input on a new city casino.