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Arrest Made in TLA Shooting Friday Night; Indy Hall Pope Tickets Sold Out 2 Mins, Round 2+3 on Wed
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/08/15 7:09 pm | updated: 09/08/15 7:09 pm
Philadelphia Police have made an arrest is the deadly shooting outside the Theater of the Living Arts on South Street on Friday night. 28-year-old Tylee Wilbur of of North Saint Bernard Street in West Philadelphia has been arrested and charged with murder and firearms offenses. His bail was denied and is currently being held at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility. The shooting happened around 8:10 pm on Friday September 4th on the on the 300 block of South Street outside of the TLA. Fans were waiting to enter the venue for a performance by rapper Lil' Durk when a scuffle and then the shooting broke out. 25-year-old John Green of West Philadelphia was shot in the abdomen and died a short time later at the hospital.

10,000 free tickets were made available to the general public today at noon for Pope Francis' appearance and speech in front of Independence Hall on Saturday September 26th. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia said that those tickets were all gone after two minutes and that the site registered 394,000 unique page views in that time frame. The passes will afford holders entry into the secured fenced in areas along Independence Mall for the Pope's address on immigration and religious freedom. You don't need a ticket to stand outside the fence or to view the speech from any of the 40 Jumbotrons placed around the 'Francis Festival.' However, almost immediately, tickets began popping up on sites like eBay and Craigslist with prices from $500-$1000 a ticket. Resale is not sanctioned by the Archdiocese or the WMOF. eBay is removing listings due to their ticket policy. 10,000 tickets to the Festival of Families and 10,000 to the Papal Mass on the Ben Franklin Parkway will become available online Wednesday, September 9th on a first come, first serve basis with a limit of 4. The Festival of Families will be available at 4:00 pm EST. The Papal Mass will be available at 8:00 pm EST. Here is the link to find the tickets:

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