1. Pull out shows street cordoned off and law-enforcement officials standing on the sidewalk
2. Cutaway of FBI investigations team suiting up
3. FBI and other law-enforcement members preparing to enter Edward Archer's mother's home
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Robin King, Resident:
"He was like a real quiet, nice, cool kind of guy."
5. Investigations team entering home
6. Cutaway of law-enforcement on the front yard of the home
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald King, Neighbor:
"I just found that he, mostly, was by himself. You couldn't associate any particular characteristics about him other than 'he would come and go'."
8. FBI investigator photographing front door before entering the structure
9. Cutaway of investigations team looking through a white folder and speaking to other law-enforcement agents at the front of the home
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Rohan Hepkins, Mayor of Yeadon:
"Drugs, drugs, weapons charges. Drugs and a lot of other petty crimes but he has a long rap sheet. (Reporter: Did he just get out of prison?) I believe he just got out of prison, as well. (Reporter: OK, and uh, did you guys ever think that he may have been a radicalized Muslim?) That's a complete shock to me and for this small borough to, you know, think that we may have been harboring, not just a criminal but a potential terrorist; you see that on TV nationally but you never think that it would hit your small town. So as mayor, it's totally shocking to me and it just shows that this can happen anywhere."
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11. Law enforcement officer walking out of the home with a box containing files/documents
The FBI and other law enforcement agencies combed through Valerie Holliday's home Friday, whose son Edward Archer confessed to shooting a Philadelphia officer.
Jesse Hartnett was slowly patrolling his usual West Philadelphia beat Thursday just before midnight when Archer appeared out of the darkness, firing a hail of bullets at close range as he charged toward his vehicle.
Hours later, police say, Archer confessed and told investigators he was following Allah, and had pledged his allegiance to the Islamic State group. Archer said he believed the police department defends laws that are contrary to Islam, police said.
Local and federal authorities spent much of earlier Friday trying to verify the motive and executing search warrants at two Philadelphia area properties associated with Archer, hoping for more insight into how and why the shooting happened.
Archer's mother told The Philadelphia Inquirer her 30-year-old son had been hearing voices recently and had felt targeted by police. She said the family had asked him to get help and described him as a devout Muslim.
Investigators believe Archer traveled to Saudi Arabia in 2011 and to Egypt in 2012, FBI special agent Eric Ruona said, and the purpose of that travel was being investigated by the FBI.
Police said there was no indication anyone else was involved, and it is unclear if and where Archer practiced his faith locally.