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Delco Teacher Pushes Girl Down Stairs; Teens Wanted In String Of Robberies; Teen Mob In Center City
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 03/07/17 3:19 am | updated: 03/07/17 3:19 am
A Delaware County teacher is now facing several charges after a video was captured of the teacher pushing a 4-year-old girl down stairs. The incident happened at around 5:15 pm on Friday at Childcare of the Future, located on the 700 block of Secane Avenue in Clifton Heights. 52-year-old Sarah Gable was caught on video pushing the little girl down the flight of stairs at the daycare. The video shows Gable approaching the girl from behind and pushing her down the stairs then following her down and helping her up. The girl was not seriously injured from the fall. Once the daycare owner found out about the incident, they confronted Gable and contacted the police immediately. She was later fired from the daycare. Gable has now been charged with simple assault, harassment, and endangering the welfare of a child. See video of the incident below.

Police have now arrested one suspect and are searching for several others after three attacks happened near SEPTA stations in South Philadelphia. The robberies took place over a span of a month. Police say that the suspects would watch their victims as they walked off the trains, follow them for a few blocks, and then would attack and rob them. Police were able to arrest the one 15-year-old suspect after the teens were caught posing in front of a security camera at the Tasker-Morris Street Station, afterwards robbing a 22-year-old man. The 15-year-old boy was charged in two of the three robberies. Police believe that there are still three teens involved with the robberies.

Several people were taken into police custody on Monday night after a flash mob broke out in Center City which turned into a fight. The mob took place at 15th and Market Streets at around 5:30 pm. Police had responded to a call of a large crowd of teenagers running up and down the block, which then turned into a fight as the crowd of teens ran into the subway area then back out on to Chestnut Street. During the mob around three dozen teenagers rushed into a Wells Fargo Bank on 15th and Chestnut. Police were also called to the Walnut and Locust Street station after reports of a large group of teens causing problems along the platform. At least one person was reportedly injured during the mob and was taken Jefferson University Hospital to be treated. Police have arrested approximately 25 teens from the mob and brought them in for further questioning. See video below.


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