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Photos Of Hit And Run Van; 4 Philly Election Workers Charged; Video Of West Oak Land Suspect
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/31/17 4:43 am | updated: 10/31/17 4:43 am
Philadelphia Police are now searching for the driver of a white van who is responsible for a hit and run that killed a man in Port Richmond. Police have now released photos of the suspected car and say that the driver is wanted for hitting and killing the victim, Eric Magny, on the 2200 block of East Allegheny Avenue back on October 14th. Police describe the vehicle as a white, 5 passenger Chevorlet Express van, with a broken headlight, and dark marks on the driver's side door.

Four Philadelphia election workers have all been charged with violating the state's election rules at a polling place in a special election that took place earlier this year. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro stated on Monday that the workers at the polling area during the March 21st election for a seat in the House of Representatives became aggressive with one of he voters and also told another voter that one of the voting machines was broken. Upon further investigation, it was later found to be in working order. Shapiro stated that all of four workers have been charged with fraud and voter intimidation.

Philadelphia Police are now asking for the public's assistance in identifying a murder suspect who was caught on camera in West Oak Lane. The suspect is seen on the 6700 block of North 16th Street, shortly after 17-year-old Antoine Coleman was shot and killed back on October 18th. The suspect was last seen that night fleeing on foot, heading east on 67th Street. Police describe the suspect as a black male in his mid twenties, a neatly trimmed beard, black hooded jacket and pants with tan boots. Anyone with information is asked to contact Philadelphia Police Homicide Division (215-686-3334/3335).


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