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Lt. Matt LeTourneau Viewing, Funeral, Procession, Live Stream; Penn Student's Friend Dirty/Nervous
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/11/18 10:01 pm | updated: 01/11/18 10:01 pm
 
Hundreds gathered on Thursday to pay respects to Philadelphia Fire Lt. Matthew LeTourneau. LeTourneau lost his life while on duty fighting a row home fire in North Philadelphia on Saturday, January 6th. The public viewing was held at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Center City on Thursday evening. There will be another public viewing at 9 a.m. Friday morning followed by the funeral massl. The 42-year-old LeTourneau was an 11-year veteran with Engine 45 of the Philadelphia Fire Company. He has also volunteered with his home town Springfield Fire Company in Delaware County for over 25 years. Following the funeral mass, there will be a procession from Center City to Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetary in Springfield.

Around 1:30 p.m. the following roads will be closed: Vine Street from Logan Circle to the Interstate 676 entrance at Broad Street; eastbound I-676 at the Schuylkill Expressway; southbound I-95 at I-676; and northbound Blue Route from I-95 to Exit 5.

LIVE STREAMING VIDEO of Fire Lt. Matt LeTourneau Funeral Mass (Friday, January 12th approx. 10:30 a.m.)




A sheriff's investigator noted that the friend of a missing 19-year-old Penn student who was found dead in a Southern California park seemed nervous when talking to authorities according to a search warrant affidavit. The friend also had cuts and scratches on his hands and dirt under his nails. He was the last person to see Blaze Bernstein alive. The friend says he watched Bernstein walk off alone into the Orange County park to meet another person. The friend left after about an hour when Bernstein didn't come back and wasn't responding to his cell phone. The investigator also noted that the friend avoided touching anything in the sheriff's headquarters, like using his sleeve to open doors. So far authorities have not named any suspects or persons of interest.

A Philadelphia high school football star who had a bright future in college football appeared in court today on armed robbery charges. 18-year-old Isheem Young, who played at Imhotep Charter and was recruited to play at dozens of schools including Penn State, is accused of robbing a Wawa in South Philadelphia last July. His brother, 21-year-old Quasir Wingate, was the assistant manager of the store and is accused of being the inside man. Young entered the store with a mask and hoodie and pointed a gun at a second employee. Wingate opened the safe and handed over $13,600. William Ciangalini, who represents Wingate, contends that his client was not involved, was working, and should be considered a robbery victim. Prosecutors think that Young was coerced into the crime by his older brother. Richard Klineburger, Young's layer, says his client is currently "furthering his studies, and continues to work out." Their next court date is later this month.

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