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NJ police chief seen lying in the street with pants down during drunken driving arrest

A New Jersey police chief charged with drunken driving last month could be seen lying in the street next to his pickup truck with his pants down — and responding officers mocked him until they realized who he was, a report said. Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce was found on the floor in nearby Hamilton after a 911 caller reported following a “drunk” driver “weaving all over the place” and nearly hitting a mailbox, according to documents first obtained by “He’s gonna kill somebody,” the caller warned of the pickup driver. She called back to say that the truck had stopped...

Eagles Signed A New Wide Receiver On Monday

The Philadelphia Eagles finally gave the fans what they've been clamoring for and acquired a big name wide receiver during the NFL Draft. But they're not done adding pass catchers just yet. On Monday, the Eagles signed wide receiver Keric Wheatfall to the roster. Wheatfall was an undrafted free agent...

Philadelphia 76ers reportedly in pursuit of 'another star'

Philadelphia 76ers general manager Daryl Morey will reportedly be in the hunt for “another star” to team with the organization’s resident All-Stars Joel Embiid and James Harden. Despite the grand hopes that came when the organization acquired Harden at the trade deadline and the early synergy between...

Philadelphia Police Identify Man Shot 6 Times, Killed In East Frankford As 27-Year-Old Giovanni Canales

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 27-year-old man was shot six times, including twice in his head, and killed on Tuesday in Philadelphia’s East Frankford section, police say. The shooting happened around 11:30 a.m. on the 1600 block of Margaret Street. Police identified the victim as Giovanni Canales of Philadelphia. Police say they had two people in for questioning about the shooting, but it remains under investigation. They say Canales was shot twice in his head, twice in his arms, and twice to on the right side of his abdomen. He was transported to Temple University Hospital by police and pronounced dead at 12:39 p.m. No weapon was recovered, police say. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
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Penn student holds up “Fire Doc Rivers” sign during graduation walk, might be the most Sixers Sixers fan ever

Last Thursday, the Philadelphia 76ers’ rollercoaster season, which began with the Ben Simmons saga and ended with Joel Embiid’s MVP snub, concluded with a 99-90 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The loss, the Sixers’ fourth conference semis exit in the past five years, raised very real questions about how much longer the process can be trusted and warmed the seats beneath several big-salary butts. One such derriere was that of head coach Doc Rivers, who faced renewed criticism about not being able to close the deal in big deal-closing moments after the Sixers’ latest capitulation.
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Flyers sign 6-foot-4 Swedish defensive prospect to his ELC

Adam Ginning, a bit of a forgotten man among the Flyers' defensive prospects, signed his two-year entry-level contract Tuesday. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound lefty shot was selected by the Flyers in the second round of the 2018 draft. The Swedish native is regarded for a stay-at-home game in which he uses his size and strength to defend. He moves pretty well for his size, too.