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Boy Left At Home Starts Fire; Wawa Hiring 5,000 Employees; Search For Food Truck Robbery - Video
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 03/17/17 12:07 am | updated: 03/17/17 12:07 am
A Delaware County woman is now facing child endangerment charges after she left her her 8-year-old child alone, and he started a fire in their apartment. 32-year-old Potehboe Suah had left her her son alone in the apartment while she went to work. The fire broke out at The Ashland Terrace Apartments in Upper Darby. Police found the boy in the apartment crying, claiming that he started the fire while playing with matches. Police say he was home alone all day. Luckily the boy was not injured. Suah now faces several charges including child endangerment.

Wawas in the area have stated that they are looking to hire more than 5,000 new employees over the next three months. The company has stated that they are hiring customer-service as well as management positions at their stores. Wawa will also be holding Wawa Career Wednesday's between March 29th and April 19th, the day's will be able to learn more about the company and participate in a brief interview. Anyone interested in the jobs is encouraged to sign up at before the event.

Philadelphia Police are now searching for a suspect who is wanted for robbing two food trucks in West Philly and in University City. The first robbery took place on Monday at around 6:30 pm on the 4500 block of Walnut Street. The suspect entered the truck and demanded money. He got away with $500. The suspect then robbed another food truck on the 3400 block of Lancaster Avenue. The suspect jumped in the truck and pointed a gun at the worker and demanded money. The suspect was able to get away with the box of cash in the truck. No injuries were reported in both incidents. Police are still searching for the suspect. See video video.


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