Curfew Brings Quiet Weekend for Philadelphia Police
August 15, 2011
After a city-imposed curfew to curtail flash-mob violence, Philadelphia Police had a relatively quiet weekend. Several dozen teenagers were arrested on Friday and Saturday nights, after 9 p.m.
A few dozen youth were picked up for violating curfew, and a teenage girl was stabbed in the arm. Twelve teens were picked up for curfew violations on Saturday, a sharp drop from the 50 apprehended on Friday night.
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
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