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Four Arrested At Phila. Mills Mall, Overbrook Apartment Fire, Police Search Missing Woman's Home
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 12/28/16 4:27 am | updated: 12/28/16 4:27 am
Four people were arrested after an incident that took place at Philadelphia Mills Mall (formerly Franklin Mills) in Northeast Philadelphia. Police responded to the mall at around 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening of a report that a large group of juveniles were causing a disturbance. Police stated that 200 juveniles were at the mall, but only 30 of them made it inside. The group was formed and planned over Snapchat. Luckily no one was injured and no damage was done to the mall. The juveniles say they will be back to the mall since they have off all this week, but police say they will have officers located at the mall all week to prevent another incident like this. Out of the four people arrested, one of them may face serious felony charges after attempting to hit a police officer. This was the second night in a row that teens have caused a disturbance at the mall.

Philadelphia Firefighters responded to a call Tuesday night of a high rise fire in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia. The fire broke out at Liberty Towers apartment building on the 1100 block of North 63rd Street just after 5:30 pm. All 196 residents had to be evacuated from the complex, and It took firefighters 53 minutes to bring the blaze to a stop. Many residents were displaced due to some of the fire damage. The Red Cross is working with those affected. There were no injuries reported in the fire, and crews are continuing their investigation on how the fire started.

Officials stated that Collingdale police were at the home of Melissa Rodriguez, a woman who went missing back on April 19th, 2013. Police searched the basement of the missing woman's home using cadaver dogs to hopefully find Rodriguez's body. Rodriguez's estranged husband, Jose Rodriguez, stated she went missing back in 2013 when she was traveling from her home to Newark, New Jersey, to stay with friends, but the friends say they never heard or saw from her that night. Search dogs also searched the home shortly after her disappearance and nothing was found then either. Police say there is no word on whether they will return to the home to search more.

SEE ALSO: Crews Dig in Collingdale, Delaware County, Basement For Missing Mother Melissa Rodriguez
SEE ALSO: Police dig in Collingdale for Woman
SEE ALSO: Missing Collingdale, PA Woman Melissa Rodriguez


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