Medics rushed a 33-year-old man to Temple University Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition after he was shot in both legs shortly after 9:30 p.m. Saturday on Leiper Street near Arrott Street in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. Six more shooting incidents have been reported in Philadelphia since Friday, as we reported earlier.
No injuries were reported after a gunpoint home invasion later Saturday night in Kensington. A masked gunman made off with cash taken from three people inside.
A shooting victim in Wynnefield Heights, a gunpoint home invasion in Hunting Park and the armed robbery of a check cashing shop in Juniata Park were reported in the span of 90 minutes Wednesday evening in Philadelphia.
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At the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, we have tracked 80 shooting victim reports this month in Philadelphia, now exceeding the total number of victims reported during April.
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Shooters kill two and wound two more in short span early Sunday in Philadelphia
A Philadelphia officer opened fire on an armed robbery suspect that officials say pulled a shotgun when approached.
The Philadelphia Police Department’s Southwest Detectives Division has released surveillance video in an effort to identify the suspects who recently robbed a 7-11 store in Carroll Park. Distinctive clothing logos can be seen in some of the footage. According to http://blog.phillypolice.com: These suspects appear to be the same individuals who committed a robbery at the same…