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Temple Basketball Prostitution Arrest, P.Y.T. Northern Liberties Shooting, Neshaminy Strike Ends
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/11/12 5:17 pm | updated: 06/11/12 5:17 pm
Temple University basketball star Khalif Wyatt was arrested early this morning and charged with engaging in prostitution and resisting arrest. Wyatt was in Atlantic City celebrating his 21st birthday. He made an offer to pay for sex near a hotel at Montpelier and Pacific Avenues, he then saw a uniformed officer and fled, only to be apprehended just down the block. Wyatt was arrested as part of a 2-day prostitution sting run by the city's special investigation unit. He will be a senior this season, last year he averaged 17.1 points per game.

Philadelphia Police are looking for a suspect who shot and killed 25-year-old Maurice Kimble from Upper Darby outside the PYT restaurant in Northern Liberties Sunday night. A disagreement occurred at the PYT bar/restaurant at The Piazza at Schmidt's around midnight. The gunman and victim took the fight outside where the shooting happened on Hancock Street next to the restaurant. The victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition, where he later died around 2:30 this morning from his injuries. Police are searching for a black male in his 20s, who was wearing a pink and grey shirt. He was accompanied by 2 females and another one male. Police are also searching through the surveillance video for more details.

The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers announced the end of their strike Monday morning after a hearing in Bucks County court. Although they decided to end their strike immediately at 11 am, school will not reopen until Wednesday. “In an effort to demonstrate to Judge Baldi and the students of Neshaminy that we are ready, willing and able to do whatever it takes to get back to the bargaining table, we ended the strike immediately in order to be back in our classrooms first thing tomorrow morning,” said NFT President Louise Boyd.

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