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Bill Cosby Trial Will Go On; Temple Vandalism Caught on Video; NJ Teacher Arrested Child Porn
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/03/16 10:45 pm | updated: 02/03/16 10:45 pm
Bill Cosby was back in Montgomery County court Wednesday. This was the second day of a hearing on a defense motion to throw out charges against Cosby. Judge Steven T. O'Neill ruled at the end of the day that the case should proceed to trial. The basis of the motion comes from a 2005 'promise' from then District Attorney Bruce Castor to Cosby that he would not be prosecuted if he testified in a civil lawsuit brought by the complainant. Castor testified that in his opinion it would not have been possible to prosecute the case and the best case for the victim would be in civil court. Current DA Kevin Steele argued that the non-prosecution deal should be considered invalid because there is no written record of it. The hearing will continue into Wednesday evening to decide if Steele should remain on the case after he ran ads about Cosby during his political campaign last year. The judge denied that motion, so Steele will remain.

Philadelphia Police are searching for a group of suspects who vandalized the inside of a building on Temple University's campus. It happened around 6:45 p.m. on Saturday, January 9th on the 1800 block of N. Broad Street. The group of five young men were caught on surveillance cameras entering the building through a door. Once inside, they spray painted floors and walls and broke several mirrors and computer monitors. The cost of the damage was not released. They are all described as black males in their mid/early teens. If you have any information contact police. Watch video of the suspects below:

A high school biology teacher in Cumberland County, NJ, has been charged with possession of child pornography. 52-year-old David L. Rodriguez of Evesham, Burlington County, was arrested after police executed a search warrant at his home. Police allege that he uses an online service to upload pictures and videos of pre-pubescent and underage boys, some engaging in sex acts. He is charged with 3rd degree Endangering the Welfare of Children and is being held on $15,000 bail. Rodriguez has worked at Cumberland Regional High School in Bridgeton since 2002.

Rain continues, temperatures in the mid/upper 50s this evening in Center City

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 02/03 10:45 pm
52-year-old David L. Rodriguez of Evesham, Burlington County


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