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Philly Teacher Arrested w/ Child Porn; 100-Year Flood in Bucks Co.; Missing 26yo Casey Johnston
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/13/21 5:07 pm | updated: 07/13/21 5:13 pm
A School District of Philadelphia employee has been arrested after hundreds of images of young girls were found on his home computer. 45-year-old Daniel Gaudiello of Downingtown, Chester County, is charged with 50 counts of dissemination of child pornography and 50 counts of child pornography. Chester County detectives received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Delaware County Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force about images bring up uploaded to the internet. They tracked the IP address to Gaudiello's home. There were over 200 images of girls, ages 6 to 10 years old, in sexually suggestive poses and dress. The school district reassigned him to prevent further contact with students. He last worked near students in May. Gaudiello was released on $100,000 bail.

The National Weather Service says that Monday's, 7/12, storms produced a "100-Year Flood" in parts on Lower Bucks County, PA, Burlington County, NJ, and Far Northeast Philadelphia. Those areas received 6"-10" of rain in around 3-4 hours causing significant flash flooding along the Delaware River and creeks. Rescue crews had to use boats and military trucks to extract people from their house and vehicles. Many residents in Bensalem, Bristol, and Croydon returned on Tuesday, 7/13, to find that their homes and cars had been destroyed by the flood waters. Inspectors are working to determine which structures are habitable and which are unsafe for occupation. The Red Cross is setting up shelters for those who are displaced. It is called a 100-Year Flood because it has a 1% chance of happening in a given year.

Police are looking for a missing Bucks County woman last seen in Philadelphia over the weekend. 26-year-old Cassandra "Casey" Johnston of Lower Southampton was last seen leaving a friend's home around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, 7/10, near 12th and Vine Streets in Center City. She drives silver a 2016 Ford Focus with Pennsylvania registration KSA8807. Johnston was wearing the same outfit as in the photo below. She works as a counselor and aide at the child care programs in the Neshaminy School District. If you have any information, call Lower Southampton police by calling 215-357-1235 ext 339

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 07/13 5:13 pm
26-year-old Cassandra "Casey" Johnston of Lower Southampton


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