PHILADELPHIA, PA (CBS) – Police have made an arrest in connection to multiple child lurings that were reported in Northeast Philadelphia last week.
On Monday, police arrested 35-year-old Marwan Deeb and charged him with four counts of luring of a child into a motor vehicle and four counts of corruption of a minor in relation.
Police say Deeb surrendered Monday night.
Police tied Deeb to six open cases, where they say he would offer cash to entice children to get in.
“At this time, he’s charged with four counts of luring a child which is a felony of the second degree and counts of corrupting the morals of a child, a felony of the third degree,” said Philadelphia Police Capt. Mark Burgmann.
According to police, the first incident occurred last Tuesday on the 400 block of Tomlinson Road around 3 p.m. when children told police they were approached by a Hispanic man in a black vehicle. They say the man offered them cash to get into the car and that’s when they ran away. The car the suspect was driving was a black SUV with damage to the front bumper, broken headlight, tinted windows, with …
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