DAILY GRINDER: West Philly Pre-Teens Accused of Attempted Rape
Three West Philly 10 and 11 year-olds turned themselves into the Philadelphia Special Victims Unit on Tuesday, and are charged with attempted rape and sexual assault. The three allegedly attacked a boy in a Bryant Elementary School. The alleged victim was an 8-year-old.
New rule: If you want to be a bouncer in Philadelphia, you may need to get trained and licensed soon. City Council’s Committee on Licenses and Inspections passed the bill that could soon make it harder for you and your friends to get stomped on outside [what’s a cool, loud, red bar in Old City?] Because training solves all!
Best line in Arlene Ackerman unemployment filing despite getting her almost-million-dollar-payout ordeal sad: “I really think it’s a joke, I’m laughing,” said Michael Lodise, the head of the union representing the district’s security officers.
The first victim in Household Name Jerry Sandusky’s alleged child rape/torture case claims to have been abused by the alleged freak over 100 times. The victim also claims both The Second Mile and Penn State knew about the abuse and could have stopped it. Ya think?
Check out these cool pictures of the Occupy Philly raid of Tuesday night (including the woman in the tree!)
Oh, and speaking of Occupy Philly, turns out they’re not done. They met in Rittenhouse Square yesterday afternoon, then about 100 members marched on police headquarters. A member of the group is saying the protest group needs to begin holding future encampments in foreclosed houses, in, say, Mt. Airy.
According to Occupy Philly Media, those arrested on Tuesday night, started chanting “We are the 99 Percent”—and all the jailbirds in the roundhouse joined in.
Shocka: Three Sheriff’s Office employees were charged yesterday in bilking the city out of $400 thousand.
“I love Senator Casey!” said President Barack Obama at a recent stop in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Tuesday night, a bus gets hit by a bullet in Point Breeze. No one was hurt, but the bullet was found behind the driver’s seat.
The PLCB is getting “more” businesslike. This time, cyber-style! You can now order wine and liquor online and having it delivered to your house in Pennsylvania in 205 days. The shipping fee is $14, so you’ve gotta be really, really lazy to use it in these city limits. But still. We’re in favor.