Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Research | By Raquel Erickson

Three arrests as armed police swoop on Marks Gate

Three arrests as armed police swoop on Marks Gate

"The 38-year-old father has been charged with the attempted murder of his daughter and the case is being handled by the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit".

Philadelphia's police commissioner is defending his officers' decision to arrest two black men at a Starbucks that prompted social media users to call the incident "racist". "I don't know how they survived, it's a miracle".

She later found her relatives and reported the matter to the Dera Murad Jamali police station.

Even the Philadelphia Police office stated on Friday day an investigation was underway plus it would not comment until this had been complete.


On April 8, around 1:30 a.m. a group of suspects allegedly forced the victim into a vehicle near 20th and Shotwell streets, according to police. The suspect was described as (a Hispanic male, medium build, very light complexion, wearing blue jeans, dark jacket and a baseball cap).

Officers responded to the area of Rt. We carry these matters seriously and clearly do have more time to complete if it comes to how events can be handled by us from our retailers", " star bucks stated. None of the parties reside there and could not explain or give a lawful reason why they were in the apartment. Officers observed pry marks to apartment door. He is also charged with two counts of felony theft by receiving a motor vehicle from this incident.

Mark Allen Nelson, 46, of 310 First St., Shannon; and Savanah Sueanne Kessler, 22, of 71 Selman Road, were arrested Thursday around 7:41 p.m.

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