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NJ Man Wanted Indecent Exposure; Baby Casket Came From NJ Funeral Home; Manayunk Needle Baby Revived
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/06/17 9:31 pm | updated: 07/06/17 9:31 pm
Evesham Township Police are looking for a man wanted for committing a lewd act in public in Marlton, NJ. It happened at 1:20 p.m. on June 29th between the Lake Executive Campus on Route 73 and North Cropwell Road. A woman walking on a path during her lunch break spotted a man masturbating on a park bench. The man saw the woman and began to walk towards her. She turned and walked away and called for help. The suspect then fled north on North Cropwell Road towards Greentree Road. He is described as a white male, 35 years old, medium build, 6' tall, with a brown crew cut. He was wearing a gray t-shirt and black gym shorts. If you have any information contact the Evesham Police Department at 856-983-1116.

Philadelphia Police say that an infant-sized casket containing human organs discovered on the sidewalk in North Philadelphia was dumped there by an employee of a New Jersey funeral home. It was found on the 3000 block of Clearfield Street around 9 p.m. Monday night across the street from the Mount Vernon Cemetery. The casket contained the embalmed organs of a child in a bag, but no body. Police determined that it had come from a funeral home in South Jersey. Shortly before the funeral of a 3-4 month old baby last week, the funeral home noticed a broken latch and transferred the baby to a new casket. An employee, who claims he did not notice the organs still inside, disposed of the old one on the street. Capt. Malachi Jones says they are investigating why the employee discarded it. The name of the funeral home is being withheld at the moment. The child has already been buried and will have to be exhumed to have the other remains placed with it.

Philadelphia Police say that a baby found last night in Manayunk with a needle stuck in their leg was revived using Narcan after they were found unresponsive. The father, 35-year-old Steven Welsh, has been charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child, simple assault, and reckless endangerment of another person. Authorities responded to the 200 block of Green Lane around 6:30 p.m. The 9-month-old baby had been in bed with Welsh when she was stuck by the hypodermic needle. Medics administered the overdose reversal drug to revive her. She is now in the hospital in stable condition.

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