Teen slain in West Phila.
A teenager was shot and killed and an unidentified man was wounded in a double shooting at 55th and Pemberton streets in Cobbs Creek about 11:30 Monday night, police said.
Hasan Abdur-Raheem, 18, of Chester Avenue near 50th Street, was shot multiple times and was pronounced dead at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania at 12:08 a.m. yesterday. The other man was treated there and released. Police made no immediate arrests.
Shooting victim ID'd
A man who was shot to death early Monday while sitting in a white Honda on Willard Street near Lee, Kensington, has been identified as Angel Rosario, 21, of Lippincott and Front streets.
Man sought in rape
Police are searching for a man who they say raped a woman inside her home on Richmond Street near Castor Avenue in Port Richmond on Monday.
The 30-year-old victim told investigators the man sneaked through her kitchen window about 2:30 p.m. and then assaulted her in a bedroom where she had been resting. She described her attacker as a thin, 6-foot-tall Hispanic man in his 20s with large ears. He wore a blue polo shirt and blue denim knee-length jeans. Tipsters can call 215-685-3251.
ID thief gets 151 months
Mahn Huu Doan, also known as "Bruce Doan," 40, was sentenced yesterday to 151 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Michael M. Baylson for a massive mortgage fraud and identity-theft scheme.
U.S. Attorney Michael L. Levy said Doan, a self-described real- estate investor, would use false or borrowed identities to buy houses with government-insured loans, which he secured using fraudulent information. Doan's scheme also involved fraudulent appraisals that inflated the value of the houses for the purpose of reselling the properties for a higher profit.
Injured worker released
A city worker who was shot in the foot while on the job Sunday in North Philadelphia was released from the hospital yesterday. Loretta Palmer, 55, was struck by a stray bullet while cleaning water inlets for the Water Department in North Philadelphia. She was taken to Temple University Hospital with several fractures to the bones in her foot, a union official said.
DWI for O'Hara prez
William Joseph McCusker, president of Cardinal O'Hara High School, was arrested yesterday for driving while intoxicated, Springfield Township authorities said. McCusker, 63, was driving home when his Ford Taurus struck a parked car, police said. He failed three field sobriety tests, but blood tests could take up to six weeks to determine if he was legally drunk.
Rapper guilty of murder
Earl Handfield II, a rapper, has been convicted in Chester County court of first-degree murder for the 2005 shooting death of Charles Jennings Jr., in Coatesville, that authorities said was revenge for the theft of a gold chain.
The verdict means a mandatory life sentence without parole for Handfield, 29, also known by his stage name "Marbelz." *