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Main Line Fortune Teller Arrested; 3 Men Rob Northeast Woman; AMOR Statue Comes to Philly
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/18/15 10:13 pm | updated: 09/18/15 10:26 pm
A Main Line woman was arrested after an investigation into her spiritual reading and meditation services. 36-year-old Semeinta Siganoff of Devon, PA, is charged with theft by deception and fortune telling. A client reported her to Tredyffrin Township police saying that between February and December of 2014 they paid Siganoff $24,000 for spiritual readings, meditation services and other life improvement promises. Each time the client would go to her office on the 700 block of Lancaster Ave. the fee would increase. Police arrested Siganoff after an investigation.

Three masked men robbed a Northeast Philadelphia woman in her home as her children slept upstairs early Friday morning. It happened about 1 a.m. on the 2800 block of Shipley Street. The 33-year-old woman was waiting for her husband to come home when she heard a noise in the basement. The men tied up the family dog and forced the woman to the kitchen floor by gunpoint. They put a towel around her head and told her not to look at them or they'd shot. While one man held her at gunpoint the other two ransacked the home. They took $800 in cash and left. The two children, a 2-year-old boy and 10-year-old girl, slept through the ordeal. The men did not wear gloves and detectives are hoping to find fingerprints. If you have any information your should contact Philadelphia Police.

A Spanish version of the famous Philadelphia LOVE statue will be on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art starting next week. The AMOR statue was created by the same sculptor, Robert Indiana, as it's cousin in John F. Kennedy Plaza. The statue will be unveiled at the top of the Art Museum's steps on the east terrace on Tuesday September, 22nd at 10:30 a.m. just days before the arrival of Pope Francis. It will remain there for four months. (see picture below)

Clear skies, temperatures in the mid/low 70s this evening in Center City.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 09/18 10:26 pm
AMOR statue by sculptor Robert Indiana


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