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Child Found Dead In NJ Pool; Penn State Admins In Jail; Multiple Shootings In Philly Over Weekend
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 07/16/17 10:55 pm | updated: 07/16/17 10:55 pm
Police are investigating after a missing 2-year-old child was found dead in a pool in Atlantic County. Police found the child in a residential pool on South Pitney Road in Galloway Township. Police were searching the area for the missing child, and later found the child unresponsive in the pool. Crews rushed the child to Atlantic Care Regional Medical Center, where he later passed. Police are continuing their investigation into the child's death.

Two former Penn State Administrators surrendered to correctional officers on Saturday morning to start serving their jail sentences. The former university vice president, 67-year-old Gary Schultz, and former athletic director, 63-year-old Tim Curley, will be serving their sentences for how they responded to the 2001 allegation of Jerry Sandusky showering with a young boy. The two men surrendered themselves to the Centre County Correctional Facility on Saturday after they pled guilty to misdemeanor child endangerment this past March. Curley will be serving a three month sentence, and Schultz will be serving a two month sentence, followed by house arrest.

Philadelphia Police are now investigating after 4 people were left dead and several others were injured in multiple Philadelphia shootings this past weekend. Police say that 2 people were found shot on the 4700 block of James Street in the Frankford section of Philadelphia at around 3:45 am. The victims were in their 40's and were found with gunshot wounds to the back of their heads. Police were able to take the shooter into custody because he was their next door neighbor. Four other men were shot on the corner of 22nd and Fitzwater Street. Police say that several rounds were fired, and that a 28-year-old victim was pronounced dead on the scene. Another shooting took place at the Riverview Apartments in South Philadelphia. A man was found shot and killed at around 8 am on Sunday. Police are continuing their investigations into the multiple shootings.


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