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Teen Carjacking Ring in Delaware Arrested; meterUp App Hacked; Man Charged Murder/Neglect Brother
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/18/21 11:34 pm | updated: 04/18/21 11:37 pm
Delaware State Police have announced the arrests of seven teenagers ages 14-16 for a series of carjackings and assaults in New Castle County this month. Three males and a female were charged with a long list of charges including robbery, conspiracy, and vehicle theft. Three females are not facing charges at this time. The car thefts occurred on three different occasions. Two of the locations were at a Wawa and one was at an Exxon. The teens stole the keys from the victims while inside the business and made off with their cars. They were all arrested on Friday, 4/16, when troopers spotted one of the stolen cars with the seven teens inside and made a traffic stop.

SEE ALSO: Juveniles Arrested for Multiple Carjackings and Felony Crimes- New Castle County

The company behind Philadelphia's meterUp mobile parking app says that they were hacked back in March and that some users' personal information was accessed. ParkMobile powers mobile parking apps that let you pay and add time to parking meters and kiosks using your cell phone. They operate systems in several cities across the county including Philadelphia. They say that a "vulnerability in a third-party software" led to the hack and has since been "eliminated." The hackers were able to get license plate numbers, email addresses, phone numbers and vehicle nicknames. Mailing addresses were also affected "in a small percentage of cases." They were also able to get passwords, but only the encrypted version. The hackers did not get the keys to decrypt the passwords. You should still change your password. Change ParkMobile Password.

An Abington Township man has been charged with murder in the death of his younger brother. Prosecutors say that 71-year-old Harry Gramlich was negligent in care of his younger brother, 52-year-old Timothy Gramlich, leading to his death. Harry was the caretaker for Timothy who had Down's Syndrome. They lived in the same home of the 200 block of Edge Hill Road. Harry is charged with third-degree murder, neglect of a care-dependent, and involuntary manslaughter. Abington Township Police Department were called to their home on October 18, 2020 for the report of a deceased person. Timothy was found in an upstairs bedroom. Officials say that he was in a soiled bed and was emaciated. The floor was covered in bodily fluids and feces. The medical examiner said he was just 76 pounds when he died and it could have been prevented if care was provided. "The unsanitary conditions and neglect of Timothy Gramlich, a care-dependent person, demonstrated Harry Gramlich's willful and wanton disregard of an ongoing, unjustified risk that contributed to and resulted in Timothy Gramlich's death," Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele's office said. Harry was released on $100,000 bail.

The annual Battle of the Blue between CAA football rivals the #10 Villanova Wildcats and the #7 Delaware Blue Hens was held on Saturday afternoon, 4/17, at Villanova Stadium. The FCS is holding their football season this spring after canceling it in fall of 2020 due to coronavirus COVID-19. Delaware won 27-20 in a hard fought matchup between two nationally ranked teams. With the win, Delaware received a bid into the FCS playoffs.

This was one of the strangest plays you'll ever see. With 3 minutes remaining in the game and Villanova making a comeback, QB Dan Smith was rolling out of the pocket near the end zone. He was tripped up by a pursuing Delaware defenseman. Smith did a somersault and flung the ball in the air towards the end zone. The awkward pass was caught by a Villanova player for a touchdown.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 04/18 11:37 pm
71-year-old Harry Gramlich


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