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Coach Accused Of Sexual Assault; Search For Missing NJ Boy; Police Identify Woman Struck By Cruiser
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 04/21/17 4:23 am | updated: 04/21/17 4:23 am
A Philadelphia soccer coach has now been accused of sexually assaulting one of his former players multiple times, and having a baby with the teen. 39-year-old Francisco Prado-Contreras was arrested on Wednesday after police were notified of a 15-year-old teen who had a 7-month old baby that could be fathered by Contreras. The teen told police that she had started working for Contreras, who was a family friend as well as coach, in the summer for his house cleaning business. Contreras later told the teen she didn't have to clean, instead he would pay her to have sex with him. Contreras allegedly had sex five times with the teen over the course of a month, and in October of 2015 the teen had a positive pregnancy test. Contreras is now being charged with statutory sexual assault, corruption of a minor and many other related charges.

New Jersey Police are now searching for an 8-year-old boy who went missing in Hamilton, Mercer County on Thursday. Family members reported to police on Thursday at around 5 pm that 8-year-old Ivan Sherwood was missing from their home on the 300 block of Newkirk Avenue. The boy is said to be Hispanic, 4 feet tall, around 80 pounds and was last seen wearing a black polo shirt, faded black jeans and black shoes. Anyone with any information regarding the missing child is asked to contact the Hamilton Police Division (609-581-4000).

Philadelphia Police have now identified the woman who was struck by a police cruiser yesterday in a park in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. 25-year-old Michelle Kolk was severely injured on Wednesday when police were chasing a suspect through the park and one of the officers put the cruiser in reverse and struck Kolk. Police say that the officer's cruiser was an older model and did not have a backup camera in it like the newer models. Police quickly put her in the back of the cruiser and rushed her to Temple University Hospital. Kolk suffered a broken hip, shoulder, ribs, internal bleeding as well as other injuries. Kolk is said to still be in critical condition.


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Today, Cloudy and rainy with a high of 75 degrees in Center City.

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