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Search For Two Philly Bank Robbers, Deadly Shooting In N. Phila, Drug Offense License Suspension
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 01/02/17 9:51 pm | updated: 01/02/17 9:51 pm
Philadelphia Police and the FBI are now searching for two men who are wanted in connection with four armed robberies in Philadelphia. The men are wanted for robbing two TD Banks on December 17th and 23rd, as well as a Citizens Bank on December 17th. The latest bank the men robbed was the TD Bank on the 2200 block of East Butler Street at 2 pm on Monday. Police say that the two men entered the bank and went up to the counter, one of the men had a gun on him. The men demanded money from the teller, and were able to get away with an undisclosed amount of cash. Both suspects are considered to be armed and dangerous, if anyone has any information they are asked to contact the FBI (215-418-4000) or The Philadelphia Police Department (215-686-3280).

Police are now investigating a deadly shooting that took place on Monday in North Philadelphia. Police responded to a call on the 2800 block of North Park Avenue at around 8:40 am on Monday. Police arrived on the scene to find a 23-year-old man shot four times, he was rushed to Temple University Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Police are now investigating to find a motive for the shooting, and are searching for two male suspects who fled the scene. Police say they were last seen on North Park and Glenwood Avenues.

A Pennsylvania organization called License Restoration is now advocating to put an end to drug related license suspensions. A recent study shows that thousands in PA lose their licenses every year even for minor drug offenses, even if the offense did not involve driving. Vincent DiAngelus, who is the owner of License Restoration, says that "Working class, lower income, and minorities are hit the hardest, this causes a snowball effect, losing their license, loss of income, and more suspensions." Studies show that higher penalties fall on many of those since around 75% of violators ignore their suspension.


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