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8 Arrested From Super Bowl Night; Lane Johnson Donating Underdog Profits; Child Safety at Parade
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 02/08/18 6:54 am | updated: 02/08/18 6:54 am
Philadelphia Police have stated that 8 people have been arrested as a result of the rowdy celebrations in Center City after the Super Bowl. However, police officials have said that there are a number of people still being sought. Police are searching for a number of suspects who are wanted for breaking into an A.C. Moore store using a metal pole. Another suspect is wanted for smashing the Macy's storefront window. A group of suspects are also wanted for trashing a Sunoco Aplus minimart.

Philadelphia Eagle's offensive tackle Lane Johnson has stated that he will be donating all the profits from his underdog clothing line to the Philadelphia School District. The t-shirts were sold out on the website, so Johnson's "Underdog Brand" had a special sale on Wednesday at City Hall. At first, Johnson stated that he would donate 65% of the profits, but with the Eagles winning the Super Bowl, Johnson says he is donating 100% of the profits.

Police and City officials issued advice to families and groups attending the Eagles Super Bowl parade on Thursday. Philadelphia Police commissioner Richard Ross stated that families coming in with small children to keep a watchful eye on them because they can get lost easily in a large crowd. Ross urges parents to dress their child in bright clothes in colors other than green so they can been seen easily in a crowd if they are separated. Officials are telling parade goers to be prepared for long lines, crowded trains and uncomfortable waits. SEPTA officials stated that they will be doing their best to accommodate fans headed to the parade. Both lines will be running at rush hour schedule through out the day.


The Flyers play the Canadiens tonight at 7:00 pm.


Today, Clear and Sunny with a high of 34 degrees in Center City.

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