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LOVE Park Statue Renovation; AC Residents Sold Explosives; Man Charged With DUI In Accident
 
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 10/11/17 1:03 am | updated: 10/11/17 1:03 am
 
Philadelphia's iconic LOVE park statue will soon be returning to it's original home next month, but it will look a little different than before. Officials say that the statue is currently under a color restoration, to have it look the way the original creator, Robert Indiana intended it to look when it was made in 1975. Indiana originally wanted the color scheme to be red, green and purple rather than red green and blue. City officials have stated they are changing the color due to Indiana's representative's request.

Atlantic City Police have placed two people into custody after they were caught selling improvised explosives. The two suspects, 37-year-old Danielle Demers and 31-year-old Nina House were found selling the explosives to anyone who was willing to pay. Police heard that the suspects were interested in selling the weapons so they set up an undercover buy. The suspects allegedly made the undercover buyer 5 pipe bombs, as well as selling a .30-06 rifle and 300 rounds of ammunition. Officials say that it doesn't appear that the suspects had a political agenda nor does it look like they were tied to any terrorism, they sold them strictly for cash. Both of the suspects have now been charged with unlawful possession of a destructive device and unlawful sale of a firearm as well as many other related charges.

Philadelphia Police have arrested and charged the suspect who was involved in a hit and run accident involving an elderly woman on early Monday morning. 24-year-old Joseph Bradley has been charged in the accident as well as being charged with a DUI. The woman was hit by Bradley at around 4:30 am on Monday on the 8000 block of Pine Road. The victim was crossing the road when she was hit by Bradley's car. Authorities say that he parked a short distance from the accident, they say that he called 911 and then returned to the scene. Bradley has now been charged with Aggravated Assault while Driving Under the Influence, Aggravated Assault by Motor Vehicle and other related offenses.

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