A state lawmaker representing parts of Philadelphia faces jail time.
A judge found Representative Cherelle Parker guilty of driving under the influence.
He sentenced her to 72-hours to six-months in jail. Parker plans to appeal.
Police arrested her in May 2011 after she was witnessed driving the wrong way down a one-way street
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The woman bumped into an unknown male who was standing in the doorway when the suspect threw a cup at her then followed her off the trolley striking her one time with a closed fist.
There are now only two days left until the Major League Baseball trade deadline. FOXSports.com is reporting that the Phillies have made pitcher Cole Hamels available.
Family and friends are gathering today to remember the victims. And now a Philly celebrity is stepping in to help the family through this difficult time.