I cover how law enforcement investigates crime in Philly's collar counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery.

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In federal lawsuit, family blames Delaware County-run nursing home for Broomall man’s COVID death

Christopher Beaty Sr. died in June after contracting the coronavirus at the Fair Acres Geriatric Center in Lima, according to the lawsuit.

Judge increased bail for ex-Bucks cop accused of sexually assaulting teens, then ordered him to prison

James Carey's bail was set to $250,000 after prosecutors said he was a "danger to the community." When he couldn't pay, a judge ordered him to prison.

Chester County man stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death while her children watched, DA says

Danelo Cavalcante was arrested Monday in Virginia, where police say he fled after stabbing his ex-girlfriend Deborah Bandao more than a dozen times.

North Philly man sentenced to life in prison after admitting to killing his ex-girlfriend in Delaware County

Benjamin Boykins admitted choking Tanika Kirkpatrick to death at her Lansdowne apartment last November.

Philly protesters demand justice in police killings of Black people

“Shake your head all you want Karen, we’re going to be marching every day until justice is served,” one protester said.

Krasner, state officials announce nine arrests in long-running South Philly gang feud

District Attorney Larry Krasner said Thursday that an additional six suspects are being sought.

Montgomery County man charged with murder and neglect in the death of his disabled brother

Harry Gramlich, 70, had been the appointed caretaker for his younger brother, who had Down syndrome, prosecutors said.

Former Ridley Township tax collector charged with filing false tax returns

Rosezanna Czwalina served as the tax collector in Ridley Township for 30 years before retiring in December.

The Bucks County prosecutor demoted for working as a DoorDash driver has resigned

Gregg Shore was removed from his position as first assistant district attorney last month.

Delco joins Pa. attorney general’s program that uses local cops to connect people with addiction treatment

The Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative trains officers to help refer people to treatment programs.