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Arrest Made in 78yo's Murder; Wine Bill Passes PA House; Woman Raped Behind Wawa
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/07/16 10:03 pm | updated: 06/07/16 10:03 pm
Police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of a 78-year-old man in Southwest Philadelphia last week. The suspect, 18-year-old Quintis Clark, turned himself in to police late Monday. Police discovered Joseph Daly on his living room floor in a pool of blood on May 31st. The backdoor was unlocked and window broken. Daly's van was initially missing but recovered last Thursday. An arrest warrant for Clark was put together over the weekend. He has been charged with murder, criminal conspiracy, robbery, burglary, theft and related offenses.

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved a bill today that would allow for the sale of wine by the bottle in various licensed outlets. The proposal already passed in the Senate and will now make its way to Governor Wolf's desk. Some 14,000 grocery stores, restaurants, hotels, and delis that currently have liquor licenses and sell take-out beer will be able to sell up to four bottles of wine to customers. The bill also allows for the direct shipment of wine to customers and for certain state stores to stay open on Sundays and holidays. Wolf has voiced his support of modernizing the liquor laws. He says he will inspect the bill when it reaches his desk. This will not affect hard liquor sales, the state stores or their employees.

A man has been arrested and charged with attempted rape after he assaulted a women behind a Wawa in Northeast Philadelphia on Monday night. 44-year-old Felix Ramos of the 9500 block of James Street is charged with attempted rape, unlawful restraint, false imprisonment and aggravated indecent assault. It happened around 6 p.m. at the Del-Air Shopping Center on the 9400 block of State Road. The 29-year-old woman was waiting for a ride outside the convenience store when Ramos approached and started talking to her. He then dragged her behind the store into a wooded area and attacked her. The woman was able to break free and call police who caught up with him a few blocks away.

Partly Cloudy, temperatures in the low 70s this evening in Center City

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