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10-year-old Murders 90-year-old NePA; Camden Demolishing Abandoned Houses; Man Shot 32x in N. Philly
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/14/14 11:03 pm | updated: 10/14/14 11:03 pm
A 10-year-old boy has been charged in the beating death of a 90-year-old woman on Saturday in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The boy was visiting his grandparent's home in Wayne County. He entered the bedroom of the woman, Helen Novak, who was being cared for by his grandmother. The woman apparently yelled at the boy which prompted him to hold a cane against her throat while she was in her bed and punch her repeatedly. The boy has been charged as an adult with criminal homicide and is being held without bail. His lawyer hopes to have the boy released at a bail hearing on Wednesday and will request a competency hearing for the juvenile.

The City of Camden kicked off Phase 1 of an ambitious project that will eventually demolish almost 600 abandoned homes in the city. Some abandoned properties have been that way for decades and cause many problems for residents. They harbor and promote criminal activity, lower property values, and are prone to fire and collapse. The announcement today opened up bidding on the demolition of three houses in the Cramer Hill section of the city and 61 in Whitman Park. Phase 2 will tear down an additional 534 abandoned properties across the city. Neighbors are welcoming the removal of problem properties and look forward to what may occupy the lots in the future.

A 24-year-old man is dead and a 46-year-old woman was injured after being shot at over 30 times early Tuesday morning. It happened out front of a home on the 2100 block of North Uber Street in North Philadelphia around 12:30 a.m. Two suspects ran up and emptied 32 rounds into 24-year-old Christopher Green who was sitting on his front steps. The woman, who does not wish to be identified, was an innocent bystander. She got shot in the leg requiring surgery. The suspects immediately fled the scene. Police are working on a motive. Green had several arrests for narcotics.

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