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Bucks County Doctor Arrested; Soda Machine Explosion; DNA Solves Missing Person Case from 1968
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/06/14 10:37 pm | updated: 06/06/14 10:37 pm
A Bucks County doctor has been arrested on charges of owning and distributing child pornography. 36-year-old Quentin Parker of Levittown was arrested on Thursday. An undercover investigation led Penndel Borough police to Parker. He was caught transmitted numerous images and videos of 9-13 year old females engaging in sex acts from April 19th to June 3rd. Authorities executed a search warrant at his home on Dark Leaf Lane on Thursday. Parker is an internal medicine resident doing rotations at Aria Bucks County, Aria Torresdale, and Hahnemann University Hospitals. He has not done any pediatric rotations. He is being held in Bucks County Prison in lieu of ten percent cash of $150,000 bail.

Police are looking for a suspect responsible for blowing up a soda vending machine in Northeast Philadelphia late Thursday night. It happened around 10 pm outside of a business on the 4200 block of Magee Avenue in the city’s Mayfair section. Investigators say that surveillance shows a young male get out a car and place something in the dispensing slot. The car drives away and the machine explodes. The windows of the business were blow out and debris was thrown almost 100 feet away. Damage is estimated in the $1000's. Some high powered explosive was used, like a M-100 or M1000 firework. Anyone with information is asked to contact Philadelphia police.

A 46-year-old missing persons' case involving two Philadelphia teen girls has been solved with DNA. It has been confirmed that unidentified remains exhumed from Potter's Field in Berks County, PA, belong to 14-year-old Sandra Stiver and 17-year-old Martha Stiver. The two sisters-in-law went missing in the summer of 1968 from Philadelphia. Their bodies had been found separately, months apart and were buried in Potter's Field decades ago as they were not identified. Police believe they were murdered at the same time. In October 2013, their remains were exhumed so that DNA testing could be done. The results were announced today, Friday. Their remains will be returned to family. The investigation is still open.

Mostly Clear temperatures in the 70's this evening in Center City.

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