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He Went For A Weekend Visit With His Father. He Never Returned. The Disappearance Of Shawn White

1-month old Shawn White was last seen on December 8, 2002, with his father, Thurman R. White, at his father's home in the 200 block of 29th Street in Wilmington, Delaware. According to the Charley Project, the infant was on a weekend visitation with his dad. On December 9, 2002, Thurman went to visit Shawn's mother, Tonya Graham, at her apartment in the 900 block of Vandever Avenue. Tanya was at home with her five other children, one who belonged to Thurman, when Thurman arrived. He did not have Shawn with him, and when Tonya questioned him, he told her a woman would drop Shawn off to her later that day, the Charley Project reports. When the woman did not show up with Shawn after two hours, Tonya and Thurman started to argue about Shawn's whereabouts. Thurman grabbed a knife and stabbed Tonya in the neck three times. Thurman fled her apartment in his 1989 Chevrolet GM4 pickup truck. He turned himself in to the police the following day. Tonya, who was hospitalized, was released after two days.
WILMINGTON, DE
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Police: Man Charged In Thursday’s Double Shooting

Wilmington Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with a January 20 shooting incident, officials said Monday. Police said on January 20 at approximately 8:45 p.m., officers responded to the area of Sherman and Lombard Streets after they heard shots being fired. Police located a 25-year-old male gunshot victim, who was transported to the hospital in stable condition. Police also located a 23-year-old male gunshot victim, who arrived at the hospital in stable condition.
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Children Looking For North Philadelphia Mother Find Her Roommate Deceased, Mom Missing

59-year-old Kim Darlene Ezell is missing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her family is asking for help from the public on information about Darlene's disappearance. On January 4, 2022, around 9:30 am, Darlene spoke with her daughter, Jameelah Ezell, on the telephone. On the following day, Darlene's children went to her house in the 1700 block of West Allegheny Avenue in North Philadelphia. Their mother had failed to answer her phone or return calls. According to 6 ABC, Jameelah broke into her mother's house. Instead of finding their mother at home, her children made a horrific discovery.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Hyram Hill, Son Of Philadelphia Police Officer, Killed In Targeted Shooting In North Philly, Sources Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The son of a Philadelphia police officer was shot and killed outside a corner store Monday morning. Police sources say investigators believe 23-year-old Hyram Hill was targeted. Philadelphia Police sources say they’re no longer considering the motive in this deadly attack to be a robbery. Hill, a 23-year-old and son of a Philadelphia police officer from the 12th District, was targeted. Police say there were two shooters. He was shot a total of nine times, eight of them in the back. Police say at 4:40 a.m. Monday, Hill had stopped to go to a corner store at Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue...
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Weis Markets Opens New Store in Pennsylvania's Bucks County

Sunbury, Pa.-based Weis Markets opened its newest store in Bucks County on Jan. 20, proving its mission that opening new stores and remodeling current stores are vital for future growth. As part of its cap ex plan, the new 46,000-square-foot store at 1133 York Road in Warminster, Pa., will include...
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Man accused of shooting, killing girlfriend's ex-boyfriend in Pottstown

NORRISTOWN, Pa. - A Pottstown man is being charged with shooting and killing his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend Sunday morning. Avery Nascimento, 21, of Pottstown, killed 36-year-old Sean Robbins, according to a news release from the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office. He is being charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, aggravated assault, strangulation, terroristic threats, recklessly endangering another person, and related offenses.
POTTSTOWN, PA
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Entrepreneurs open fast casual gourmet seafood restaurant in South Jersey

Williamstown, New Jersey -- Entrepreneurs Kalieb Bey and Ione Thomas recently opened Sea Bar in Williamstown, New Jersey. Sea Bar is a gourmet seafood restaurant offering several signature entrees such as Freaking Clams, Banging Shrimp and Stuffin Muffins. "The stuffin muffins is something that you've never experienced before. You got...
WILLIAMSTOWN, NJ
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Police: Body pulled from Schuylkill River

NORTH COVENTRY TWP., Pa. - Police said a 20-year-old woman's body was pulled from a river in Chester County Monday morning. Police said the body was found in the Schuylkill River around 10:30 a.m. Monday morning near River Road and South York Street in North Coventry Township. The North Coventry...
CHESTER COUNTY, PA

Historic Bryn Athyn Home Goes Up In Flames

BRYN ATHYN, Pa. (CBS) – A historic home went up in flames in Montgomery County on Monday morning. It happened just before 4 a.m. on Fettersmill Drive in Lower Moreland Township, near the Bryn Athyn post office. The house dates back to 1870. Huntingdon Valley & Willow Grove Fire Company/Facebook Several nearby fire companies responded. Huntingdon Valley & Willow Grove Fire Company/Facebook No one was in the home at the time, and no injuries were reported. No word on the cause of the fire.
BRYN ATHYN, PA

Robbery Suspect Surrenders to Police in Bucks County

FEASTERVILLE, PA — The Lower Southampton Township Police Department arrested Jonathan Nelson on Friday, January 21, 2022, after he surrendered with his Attorney. Authorities state that Nelson is the prime suspect in connection to a bizarre robbery at the Sunoco station, located at 1500 Desire Avenue, involving a person camouflaged in white trash bags. In the early morning hours of December 17th, a suspect wrapped in vanilla-scented garbage bags, forced a clerk into the restroom demanding cigarettes and cash before fleeing.
BUCKS COUNTY, PA
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