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Mastbaum High Locked Down Friday; Atlantic City Casino Closing; MontCo Attorney Selling Drugs
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/20/13 10:58 pm | updated: 12/20/13 10:58 pm
A Philadelphia High School was placed on lockdown on Friday afternoon after an armed robbery. It happened at Jules E. Mastbaum Area Vocational Technical High School at 3116 Frankford Ave. in the Kensington at dismissal time or around 3 pm. Two students and a masked gunman assaulted and robbed another student before fleeing. The lockdown was lifted at 4:20 pm. The two students assailants have been identified but police are searching for the third masked suspect who had the gun. The stole the student's phone and portable game device.

The first casino to close in Atlantic City since 2006 is set to shut its doors on January 13th. The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel announced that will be shutting down next month as part of a plan to sell it through bankruptcy court. This will reduce the number of casinos in the city to eleven. Tropicana Entertainment and Caesars Entertainment will buy parts of the business. Tropicana will take the slots and table games. Caesars will get the property itself. A judge must approve the plan at a hearing set for Monday.

A Montgomery County defense attorney is now behind bars himself, charged with selling drugs to a Philadelphia undercover officer twice in the last month. 53-year-old Greg Noonan of Lansdale made arrangements with the cop over the phone. They'd meet at Noonan's office in Norristown and the transactions would take place inside Noonan's car. He allegedly sold nearly 400 oxycodone pills at $15 a pill. According to prosecutors the drug charge has a mandatory minimum of 3 years, based on the amount, and add on another 2 year mandatory minimum because it happened near a school. Noonan is being held in lieu of $250,000 bail.

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