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Two Brothers Surrender in Beating Death; Penn State Rapist Sentenced; Dead Whale in Wildwood
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/11/22 4:58 pm | updated: 07/11/22 4:58 pm
Two brothers have surrendered to authorities in connection to the deadly beating of an elderly man by a group of teenagers last month in North Philadelphia. The incident was caught on surveillance video which was released yesterday, 7/10. The brothers, ages 10 and 14, are part of a group of seven suspects. It happened around 2:30 a.m. June 24 on the 2100 block of Cecil B. Moore Ave. 73-year-old James 'Simmie' Lambert was walking down the street a few blocks from his home when he was surrounded by the group of young people. He was struck several times with a traffic cone and other objects. Lambert was taken to Temple University Hospital where he died the next day from head injuries. Police are looking for four boys and three girls. There is a $20,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. No charges have been filed yet.

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A man has been sentenced to decades in state prison for the rapes of four female Penn State students between 2010 and 2017. 38-year-old Jeffrey Fields of Port Matilda was sentenced to 29 1/2 to 60 years in Centre County on Friday, 7/8. Fields pled guilty back in March to all but two of the charge against him, including felony counts of rape and sexual assault. He worked in State College at the time of the attacks, which were described as planned and calculated. Fields addressed the court for nearly 20 minutes. "I regret everything I've done. You did not deserve to go through this. I am so sorry," he said, later adding "If I could go back in time and change everything, I would." A father of one of the women said in a statement, "This man is the embodiment of evil," he wrote. "May God forgive me, but I have no room in my heart for forgiveness or mercy. May he burn in hell."

The body of a dead 25-foot humpback whale washed up underneath a dock in North Wildwood on Sunday morning, 7/10. It was found in the in the area of Grassy Sound Marina area by the Hereford Inlet. Officials are deciding what to do with the carcass, but will wait until high tide to try and move it. The U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Mammal Stranding Center, and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife are involved. The mammal is believed to be a juvenile.

Philadelphia Phillies will place Alec Bohm, JT Realmuto, Aaron Nola, and Kyle Gibson on the restricted list. These players are not vaccinated and cannot travel to Toronto, Canada this week for the 2-game series vs. the Blue Jays. They will forfeit pay and service time.

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