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Phila Paramedic Racist Photo; Middle School Sex Tape; SUV Owner Charged in Death of Teens
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/18/14 4:02 pm | updated: 12/18/14 4:02 pm
A Philadelphia Fire Department paramedic has posted a photo(pictured)on social media that some are calling despicable and racist. And the Mayor's office is investigating. The picture shows two African Americans pointing guns at the head of a white police officer. The post reads, "Our real enemy. Need 2 stop pointing guns at each other and at the ones that's legally killing innocents." Marcell Salters has been identified as the paramedic who posted the picture. He works at medic 23 in southwest Philadelphia. Police Union President John McNesby calls the post a slap in the face and a despicable defamation of police.

Authorities are investigating reports of an explicit sex video involving minors circulating among students at a Bucks County middle school. According to Bristol Township police, the video was reported to show sexual conduct between two juveniles and was circulating via cellphone among students at Franklin D. Roosevelt Middle School in Bristol, PA. School Superintendent, Samuel Lee sent a letter home to parents urging them to inform children that simply forwarding the video involving minors is illegal. Welfare agencies are investigating the incident.

The owner of the SUV driven by a 15 year old girl that crashed killing three Bucks County teenagers in the Poconos in August was charged with endangering the welfare of children and involuntary manslaughter. Michael Ware, 53, of Scarsdale, New York gave the 15 year old permission to take his SUV. The girl rolled the vehicle killing her three passengers. According to his lawyer, Ware plans to fight the charges.

SEE ALSO: Father Arrested in Poconos Crash

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