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Bucks Co. Man Runs Over Wife; Anti Cop Grafitti; Father Shoots Son In Pottstown
 
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 07/26/17 1:35 am | updated: 07/26/17 1:35 am
 
A Bucks County man is now facing several charges after he reportedly ran over his wife in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Police say the driver, Andrew Ryan, was speeding when he swerved his car across Lincoln Highway. This caused Ryan's wife to be thrown from the car because the passenger side door was ajar. Police say she was then run over by the trailer that was attached to the back of the car. Ryan drove off while local pedestrians helped his wife. He later stopped up ahead and admitted that he let his wife fall out of the truck because the two had been fighting in the car. He is now facing many charges including DUI and assault. His wife is currently in the hospital in critical condition.

Philadelphia Police are now searching for a group of suspects that spray-painted threatening messages in the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia. The suspects wrote anti police messages on several pillars along 25th and Tasker Streets, Tuesday. Mayor Jim Kenney released a statement saying that he is extremely angered by the words put on the pillars and will use every tool the city has to find and charge the suspects responsible.

Pottstown Police are currently investigating after a father shot his son multiple times during an argument in the family's home. The incident took place at around 4 pm on the 400 block of Lincoln Avenue on Tuesday. Police say that the father Joseph Lee had shot his son Andrew Lee after Andrew began to attack and cut him with a sword. Police were soon called to the residence where both men were rushed to the hospital. Andrew was flown to Reading Hospital in critical condition, and the father Joseph was taken to a local hospital in stable condition. Upon further investigation of the home, two rifles and two dogs were taken from the home. There is still no word of any charges being filed.

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