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Police Motorcycle Accident In CC; Police Violence Protestors; Father Charged In Kid's Shooting
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/23/17 12:49 am | updated: 10/23/17 12:49 am
Three Philadelphia Police officers were injured in a motorcycle accident on Sunday night in Center City. The accident took place at around 5:30 pm on Sunday along Market Street near 12th Street. The highway officers were injured while riding their motorcycles as part of the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) convention in town. One of the officers fell from his bike, causing two others to crash. All three officers were taken to Hahnemann University Hospital and are in stable condition.

Many demonstrators protesting police violence gathered at the 15th police district headquarters on Sunday morning where two protestors were taken into custody for assaulting a police officer. The protestors started at around 12 pm Saturday near the Pennsylvania Convention Center where the International Association of Chiefs of Police were holding their meeting this weekend. Protestors were later allowed take over the intersection near the convention center to protest. They then moved towards 14th Street and JFK Boulevard where a fight between officers and protestors. Officials say that two officers and one protestor received minor injuries. Four protestors were issued disorderly conduct citations.

Philadelphia Police have now charged the father of the two young boys who were involved in a shooting that took place in the Tioga-Nicetown section of Philadelphia. 36-year-old Sirhaven Williams was charged after police say William's 6-year-old son got ahold of a gun, and ended up shooting his 3-year-old son in the forehead. Investigators stated that the boy's 12-year-old brother was home at the time, but no adults were present. The 3-year-old boy was later taken to Temple University Hospital in critical condition. Officials stated that gun belonged to the children's uncle who also lived in their home. Williams has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child.


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