Digital Brief: March 30, 2021 (PM)

Ukee Washington has the latest headlines.

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UKEE WASHINGTON: I'm Ukee Washington with your Evening Digital News Brief for Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Minneapolis and other big cities have security plans in place as the trial of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis plays out. CBS 3 has learned Philadelphia also has a plan. Concerns are there could be unrest and demonstrations based on a particular outcome with that court proceeding. The police department's Homeland Security unit is developing a deployment plan to respond to any potential reactions here in Philadelphia. Of particular concern, the 52nd Street business corridor.

Law enforcement sources confirm to CBS 3 that section of the city will see a large infusion of police personnel and other tactical assets. The search is on for a suspect seen on surveillance video robbing a teenager and an ATM in Rhawnhurst. It happened on the 7300 block of Bustleton Avenue on Valentine's Day. Police say the suspect grabbed the 17-year-old girl from behind and put a gun to her head as she was making a deposit. He took the money and ran. The teenager was not hurt.

A serious crash in Northeast Philadelphia's Bustleton neighborhood is under investigation. The driver of this Jeep is in critical condition after slamming into a tree on Verree Road near Bloomfield Avenue. It happened around 11:45 PM last night. You can see the impact left the Jeep's engine sitting in front of the vehicle. City Avenue is open again in Bala Cynwyd after a violent crash. Police say a Kia rear ended a SEPTA bus just before midnight at Monument Road and City Ave. The car was mangled and its roof was torn off.

Firefighters removed a person who was trapped inside and rushed him to the hospital. The driver, we're told, is in critical condition. Police continue their efforts in determining what caused the crash. Remember, you can always get the latest on these stories and more right here at cbsphilly.com. That is the latest for the Evening Digital Brief. I'm Ukee Washington.