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Michigan Man Arrested Stalking Radnor Teen; Police Shoot Man w/ Knife; Ambush at Gas Station
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/11/17 4:33 pm | updated: 11/11/17 4:33 pm
 
Police in Radnor Township, Delaware Township have arrested a Michigan man for stalking a local teenage social media star. 30-year-old Michael Leib of Plymouth City, MI, has been charged with multiple counts of stalking and harassment of 18-year-old James Neese. Leib contacted the high school senior several times and expressed a desire to meet. On October 25th, Leib drove from Michigan to the teen's home in Wayne. He knocked on the door and introduced himself as a friend named "Michael Dombrowski" to Neese's mother. She immediately closed to door and he fled. Leib continued to send unwanted messages to the family's accounts. He returned to Radnor on November 7th. This time police were waiting and arrested him without incident. He is being held at Delaware County jail on $20,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is set for November 16th. James Neese has large social media following: YouTube 19k, Instagram, Twitter 30k.

A suspect was shot by Philadelphia police officers overnight after coming at police with a knife. It happened before 2 a.m. Saturday on the 1200 block of South 29th Street in Gray's Ferry. Police responded to a domestic disturbance call. They found a 57-year-old resident who was upset that the TV and internet was not working. The man blamed other occupants of the house. The suspect re-entered the house and went after an occupant with a knife. Police repeatedly ordered the suspect to drop the weapon. That's when the suspect turned and lunged at an officer with the knife. The officer shot him once in the chest. The suspect is currently in critical, but stable, condition at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.

Philadelphia Police responded to the scene of a shooting in the city's Parkside section early Saturday morning. Police arrived at 52nd Street and Lancaster Avenue around 2:30 a.m. to find a 38-year-old man shot multiple times inside his truck. The man was apparently sitting inside his pickup truck at the A Plus minimart when he was ambushed by a gun man. 19 shots were fired at the truck striking the driver times. The truck rolled across the lot and hit a pole after the shooting. The man was taken to Penn Presbyterian Hospital where he was pronounced dead. So far police do not have a motive or a suspect.

 
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