1COPS: PREGNANT EX STABS MAN DURING ARGUMENT
A West Oak Lane man was critically injured yesterday morning after his estranged, pregnant girlfriend allegedly stabbed him during an argument, police said.
The victim, 20, remained at Albert Einstein Medical Center in critical condition after surgery, police said.
His ex attacked him about 11:30 a.m. at his rowhouse on Georgian Road near Ogontz Avenue, then fled with their child, police said. Neighbors said the child is about 9 months old. It was unclear what sparked the argument.
Police are looking for the woman and chid. Anyone with information about the incident can call Northwest Detectives at 215- 686-3352 or -3353.
2THREE HURT IN
CENTER CITY CRASH
Three people were seriously injured yesterday morning when a car fleeing police hit a tree and two parked cars on Arch Street near 18th, police said.
The 2010 black Honda crashed just after 5:30 a.m., police spokeswoman Officer Christine O'Brien said. The driver, a 20-year-old woman, and a back-seat passenger, whose age and identity are unknown, were in critical condition at Hahnemann University Hospital, O'Brien said. A front-seat passenger, 18, was in stable condition at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
3LASER LIGHT SHOW LEADS TO ARREST
A 21-year-old South Jersey man faces charges of interfering with transportation for allegedly shining a laser pointer at the crew of a Coast Guard helicopter conducting rescue training off Ocean City.
Eric J. Bouda, of Mantua, was arrested Tuesday night by Ocean City police. The incident occurred shortly after 9 p.m. Tuesday while a Coast Guard helicopter from the Atlantic City air station was conducting rescue-training maneuvers with the crew of a commercial towboat service, authorities said.
Ocean City Police Capt. Steven Ang said Bouda told police that he had just purchased the laser pointer for $30 from a boardwalk store. He was charged and released on a summons to appear in court at a later date.
MOST-WANTED FUGITIVE TURNS HIMSELF IN
Leon "Soup" Mills, who was featured in Monday's Week's Most Wanted, turned himself in Monday night after seeing his mug shot in the People's Paper, according to FBI Special Agent J.J. Klaver.
Mills, 17, was wanted for aggravated assault and robbery in the April 3 shooting of a man outside a takeout restaurant on Cambria Street near Amber in Kensington.
BENSALEM COPS ARREST GUATEMALAN MURDER SUSPECT
Bensalem Township police said yesterday that they arrested an illegal immigrant wanted in a triple homicide in Guatemala.
Bensalem cops and an FBI task force apprehended Neftaci De Jesus Ortega, 26, without incident on homicide charges at 2:45 p.m. yesterday.
Police said the FBI Bucks County Violent Gang Task Force had been following up leads to find Ortega. Ortega is accused in Guatemala of gunning down a father, a mother and a child in March, police said.
TWO MORE ARRESTS
IN OLD CITY ATTACK
Anonymous tips led police to arrest two men who were involved in an assault on Chestnut Street near Front in Old City in late April that left a 27-year-old man unconscious.
Police announced yesterday that Salvatore Piccolo, 20, and Tracy Biondo, 19, were arrested and will face aggravated-assault charges along with two other men who were involved.