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Philadelphia man, two Butler women held for trial in drug raid case Thomas L. Tillman was charged with felony and misdemeanor drug possession following a drug raid at a home located near the Butler police station. Butler police didn't have trouble sniffing out suspected drug activity at a home that was raided earlier this month. The home is just a stone's throw away from the city police station. “I probably pass it 50 times a day,” Butler police Detective Lt. John Johnson, a senior member of the Butler County Drug Task Force, testified at a preliminary hearing Monday morning. District Judge William Fullerton following Johnson's testimony ordered a Philadelphia man and two Butler women held for trial on charges stemming from the May 4 raid at the home in the 200 block of North Washington Street. More than 200 bags of suspected heroin and nearly two dozen bags of suspected crack cocaine were seized during the joint operation by county narcotics officers and city police. Charged with felony and misdemeanor drug possession are Thomas L. Tillman, 29; Jennifer E.

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Police Arrest Serial FiDi Bar Thief Who Targeted Women's Bags By Irene Plagianos | March 29, 2017 2:35pm FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Police arrested a man Tuesday accused of stealing an assortment of bags, wallets and laptops from eight customers at six Financial District bars and restaurants — including one of the St. Patrick's Day กระเป๋าเป้ ผู้ชาย ราคาถูก 199 bag snatchings. Deniz Halilov, 28, of Staten Island, targeted women's bags left unattended at Financial District bars the Dead Rabbit, Pier A Harbor House, Killarney Rose, Mad Dog and Beans, sandwich shop Shorty's and Murphy's Tavern, between March 7 and March 26. Halilov also allegedly stole a $200 Marc Jacobs bag from a customer who had left the bag on a bench at the Dead Rabbit on St. Patrick's Day — where he also stole bags from on March 13 and March 16, police said. Sources said they do not believe that Halilov — who previously worked at a bar in the Financial District, though not at one associated with his alleged thefts — was connected to any of the other five bag thefts on St. Patrick's Day in Lower Manhattan.

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