Steve Keeley: Last News

Police: Woman, 31, struck by speeding car in Lawncrest, left in the street

PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Police Department has launched an investigation after a woman was struck by a car and left in the street in Lawncrest. According to police, the incident occurred around 11:45 p.m. on Monday night. The woman, 31, was struck by a vehicle while crossing the 5700 block of Rising Sun Avenue, authorities say. Chief Inspector Scott Small says when police and medics arrived on scene, they found her face down and bleeding with face trauma and a broken arm. Medics rushed her to the hospital and she is expected to survive, according to officials. Witnesses told investigators that the car was moving so fast that they could not tell the model or color of the vehicle, Small says. According to police, the woman was walking to her car to get dog training pads from her parked car when she was struck. The dog training pads could be seen spread out in the street after the woman was struck and one of her sneakers remained in the road, police say. Police say the woman was crossing the street to get dog training pads when she was struck by a speeding vehicle.

The pads could be seen spread out in the street after the woman was struck.  Authorities say there were multiple cameras in the area and anyone with information is encouraged to contact police. A 31-year-old woman was injured in a hit-and-run overnight, according to police. FOX 29's Steve Keeley has the details.

. hospital Department BLOCK

Steve Keeley Scott Small

Related News

Steve Keeley - Police: Boy, 14, turns himself in for shooting at 15th Street SEPTA station - - city Center
Police: Boy, 14, turns himself in for shooting at 15th Street SEPTA station
PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia police say a teenager has turned himself in for the shooting of a man at the 15th Street Station. FOX 29's Steve Keeley obtained photos of the alleged suspect from law enforcement sources. This person, pictured in two different outfits, is wanted in connection with a shooting at the 15th Street SEPTA Station, sources tell FOX 29.  According to police, the shooting occurred on Thursday at the 15th Street Station in Center City around 12:30 p.m. Authorities say a 19-year-old man was shot in the chest, stomach and hand before he was taken to Jefferson Hospital and placed in critical condition. SEPTA officials say the victim and the shooter spoke with a third person after exiting a train before the shooting began.Charles Lawson, SEPTA's Acting Police Chief, says the victim and another man got off an eastbound Market-Frankford Line train at the 15th Street Station. According to Lawson, the two got into a verbal disagreement with a third person resulting in the victim and the suspect both pulling out guns. Police say the suspect shot the victim and ran out of the station. Sources tell FOX 29 that the shooter was seen in distinctive yellow sneakers. On Friday, police announced that a 14-year-old turned himself in to police. The firearm used in the shooting is still missing and charges are pending, police say. Philadelphia Chief Inspector Frank Vanore says there was a 15-year-old was with the suspect at the time, but they do not believe he is involved and he is not expected to be charged. Surveillance video obtained by police showed him in the act, according to police. "Yes, I watched the video," Vanore said.
Steve Keeley - Scott Small - Suspect arrested in Philadelphia bar shooting that killed innocent woman, police say - - city Philadelphia - county Atlantic
Suspect arrested in Philadelphia bar shooting that killed innocent woman, police say
PHILADELPHIA - Authorities have arrested a man accused of opening fire on a Philadelphia bar after being kicked out, killing a young woman who was inside the building.Police on Wednesday arrested Anthony Nelson for the shooting death of 21-year-old Jailene Holton on June 28th at Philly Bar and Restaurant. Authorities say Nelson, a Philadelphia resident, was taken into custody in Atlantic City and is facing several charges, including murder.Investigators believe Nelson was among a group of men who fought with a bouncer after being told they could not use a pool table because a league was playing.MORE: Man kicked out of bar in NE Philly fires 15 shots at building, killing woman inside, police say | Uncle of woman killed in Philadelphia bar shooting speaks out: 'When are people going to get fed up?'Philadelphia Police Inspector Scott Small told reporters at the scene that when the group was kicked out of the bar one of the men retrieved a gun from a vehicle.More than a dozen shots were fired at the front of the bar from less than 200 feet away, according to investigators. Holton was struck in the head during the barrage of bullets and later died at Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital, police said. A second victim was also injured by broken glass and treated at the hospital. The uncle of Jailene Holton, who was fatally shot while with friends at a bar in Northeast Philadelphia, speaks with FOX 29's Steve Keeley.Family members say Holton was the designated driver the night of the shooting and only planned on being at the bar for 20 minutes. "When are people going to get fed up with this reckless shooting in the city?" Holton's uncle said.
Steve Keeley - Scott Small - 'A real tragedy': Off-duty Philadelphia police officer killed in Somerton crash, authorities say -
'A real tragedy': Off-duty Philadelphia police officer killed in Somerton crash, authorities say
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Police Department is grieving the loss of one of their own after an off-duty officer was killed in a crash in Somerton on Thursday. Philadelphia Chief Inspector Scott Small says just before midnight, officers in the 7th District received numerous calls about a crash at the intersection of Bustleton Avenue and Rennard Street. According to authorities, when officers and medics arrived on scene, they found two vehicles involved in the crash. A Philadelphia police officer was killed in a crash while on his way home from work, authorities say. FOX 29's Steve Keeley has the latest.A 50-year-old man driving a Hyundai was transported to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital, where he was pronounced dead upon arrival, authorities say. The vehicle that struck the officer's car was a BMW with an 18-year-old driver and two teenage passengers, police say. None of the individuals in the BMW were injured and they denied medical treatment, according to officials. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESInvestigators say the Hyundai was traveling west on Rennard Street crossing Bustelon Avenue as the BMW was going south on Bustleton Avenue. The BMW struck the passenger side of the Hyundai, jumped the curb and then struck a tree, per authorities. Police say a witness spoke to accident investigators and say the BMW was traveling at a high rate of speed. Small says through the investigation,  police learned the driver of the Hyundai was an active Philadelphia police officer who had just finished the night shift and was driving home in his personal vehicle. The officer was a 27-year veteran with the Philadelphia Police Department, according to Small. "It's a real tragedy," Small said.
Steve Keeley - DA: NY man to be charged in connection with unprovoked attack on 3 women in South Philadelphia - - New York - county Montgomery - city Philadelphia
DA: NY man to be charged in connection with unprovoked attack on 3 women in South Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA - A New York man who was captured on Ring doorbell camera violently punching three women on a sidewalk in Philadelphia will now face charges, according to authorities. The Philadelphia District Attorney tells FOX 29's Steve Keeley that Malcolm White, 36, will face charges connected to the attack. According to police, the attack happened on the 2900 block of Morris Street around 11 p.m. on June 15. Authorities say as White walked beside a group of three women, he punched one of them in the face and punched the others as they intervened. Authorities are searching for a man captured on doorbell camera attacking three women who were walking down a Philadelphia street.The attack left one woman with a broken nose and two other women with swelling and facial lacerations. PREVIOUS: Police: Man arrested in Montgomery County may be linked to Philadelphia attacks on womenAbout 20 minutes later, White allegedly knocked a woman in her 30s unconscious while sitting outside a property on the 1900 block of South 13th Street. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESWhite is also a suspect in a violent carjacking case out of Montgomery County and a sexual assault in Philadelphia, officials say. He was arrested last Thursday in Whitpain Township after police say a woman was pulled from her car by her hair and punched in the face in the parking lot of Henkels and McCoy on Jolly Road where the victim worked. The victim told police her attacker choked her, causing her to lose consciousness, according to an affidavit.