1MAN SHOT 4 TIMES IS

IN STABLE CONDITION

A 26-year-old man who was shot four times in South Philadelphia Monday night was listed in stable condition yesterday morning, according to police.

About 11:30 p.m. Monday, the man was on McKean Street near 8th when he was shot four times in the mid-and-lower back by two unknown men. He was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for surgery.

2N.J. MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING TEEN

A Pennsauken man was arrested yesterday and charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy several months ago. Joseph Sheets, 49, convinced the teen that he worked in the modeling industry and even gave the youth a phony business card to back up his claims, said the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.

Sheets allegedly videotaped and photographed the teen while he was nude, and also had sexual interactions with him, authorities said.

Sheets was held yesterday at the Camden County Jail. Anyone with information on this case or others allegedly involving Sheets can contact Pennsauken Police Detective Brian Polaski at 856-488-0080.

3APPARENTLY, HE COULDN'T AFFORD BABYSITTER

State Police say a New Jersey man left his two young children home alone while he robbed a convenience store over the weekend.

Trevor Calhoun wore a mask and pointed a hair brush that appeared to be a gun at the cashier at Bud's Market in Alloway Township on Sunday, said State Police Sgt. Stephen Jones.

Witnesses provided a license-plate number, and troopers found the 26-year-old at his Quinton Township home with his children. Calhoun faces robbery, child-endangerment and other charges, police said.

The children were turned over to their mother, who was at work during the heist.

IN OTHER NEWS:

MAN KILLED IN E. GERMANTOWN

A man was fatally shot last night in East Germantown, police said.

The man, described as in his late 20s, was shot twice in the back shortly before 11 p.m. and was found on Cosgrove Street near Ross, police said. Cops say he may have been shot at Cosgrove and Belfield Avenue and staggered down the block before collapsing.

Police rushed the man to Albert Einstein Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 11:17 p.m. There were no immediate reports of arrests.

BUCKS REP FACES DUI CHARGE

A state lawmaker from Bucks County is facing a driving-under- the-influence charge after being pulled over in downtown Harrisburg early yesterday.

Harrisburg police said Rep. John Galloway, 50, a Democrat, refused to submit to a breath test and told investigators he was coming from the Capitol Complex at the time. Capt. Annette Oates said Galloway was released after sobering up.

WOMAN ARRESTED IN STABBING

A Camden woman was arrested late Monday in connection with the liquor-store stabbing death of a 23-year-old man earlier this year. The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said Ieyshea Harris, 31, participated in the killing of Leonard Carstarphen, who was hacked to death inside International Liquors on Marlton Pike on April 22.

Harris was charged with murder and was scheduled to be arraigned today in Superior Court.

Authorities previously charged Brandon Miller, 26, and Danyell Williams, 18, with Carstarphen's murder. Investigators said the three assailants had planned in advance to confront Carstarphen at the store.

-Staff and wire reports