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Man Wanted For Point Breeze Fire; Suspect Wanted For S.W. Phila Robbery; NJ Marijuana Law Introduced
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 05/16/17 4:23 am | updated: 05/16/17 4:23 am
Philadelphia Police are now searching for a man who is wanted in connection for arson in the Point Breeze section of Philadelphia. Police are reviewing surveillance footage that shows the man they think started the fire. The man is seen walking by the construction site where the fire broke out, at 20th and Wharton Streets earlier this month. The fire ultimately destroyed four town-homes that were under construction and damaged others. Police are now offering a $102,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect wanted.

A suspect is now wanted for robbing a Dunkin Donuts last weekend in South Philadelphia. Police have now released surveillance footage in hopes that someone will recognize the suspect. The robbery took place at the Dunkin' Donuts on the 5700 block of Baltimore Avenue last Saturday May 6th. The video shows the suspect walk in the establishment, looking like he is going to purchase something. The video then shows the man gesture to the employee that he has a gun in his pocket and ordered the employee to open up the register. He is then seen jumping over the counter and taking the cash from the register. Anyone with information is asked to contact Philadelphia Police. See video below.

New Jersey lawmakers are now doing their best to introduce and pass a bill that could let marijuana be legally grown, sold and used in the state. The bill would allow possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana, 16 ounces of marijuana edible solids, 72 ounces in liquid form and 7 grams of concentrate. The bills sponsor, Democratic State Senator Nicholas Scutari, says that they know it has a very little chance to be passed due to Gov. Chris Christie who opposes the marijuana legalization efforts. Christie is leading a White House commission to examine the opioid epidemic and has voiced his opinion on marijuana legalization. Sen. Scutari stated that he is introducing the bill now to lay the pathway for the next governor who could help pass it.


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