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Third Arrest in Plastic Bin Murder; DUI Crash into Pennsauken Pizza Shop; Teens Sick on Drug Cookies
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/17/19 3:13 am | updated: 05/17/19 3:13 am
A third arrest has been made in the death of a 70-year-old man who was found inside a plastic storage bin in Frankford. 28-year-old Michael Ciaccia was arrested on Wednesday, 5/15, and charged with murder. 70-year-old Robert Derer was found dead in a blue plastic bin inside a home on the 1600 block of Fillmore Street. Derer had been living there for about a month with three roommates in their 20s. His family reported him missing on May 9th after not hearing from him for a few days. Police found his remains when they went to his residence to investigate the missing person report. Ciacca and his brother, 25-year-old Andrew Ciaccia, along with Andrew's girlfriend, 21-year-old Vanessa Pena, concocted a scheme to steal Derer's pension and social security checks to fuel their drug habits. Ciacca was also charged with false imprisonment, criminal conspiracy, robbery, possessing instruments of crime, theft, receiving stolen property, tampering with evidence, obstructing justice and abuse of a corpse. The couple were previously arrested and charged with tampering with evidence, obstructing justice, abuse of a corpse and criminal conspiracy.

Surveillance video shows a suspected drunk driver crash into the front of a pizza shop in New Jersey earlier this month. It happened on May 3rd at Flying Crust Pizza in Pennsauken, NJ. 34-year-old Kimberly Killion is charged with DUI, reckless driving and third-degree assault by auto. She is a teacher at a Pennsauken school and the daughter of Pennsuaken Mayor Jack Killion. The video shot from inside the store shows Killion in a black Nissan sedan driving briefly outside the store. The car then makes a hard left to smash striaght through the front glass of the knocking everything and everyone over. Three people suffered minor injuries. The owners do plan on rebuilding, but do not have a time table.

Two Philadelphia high school students are recovering after eating cookies laced with an unknown narcotic. It happened around noon Thursday, 5/16, at Parkway West High School in the Mill Creek neighborhood. The girls, ages 18 and 17, ate a chocolate chip cookie that contained an unknown narcotic and made them sick. They were taken to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in stable condition. No arrests have been made and police continue to investigate.

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