Friday, May 17, 2013
Ryan Sandor, 37, of the 400 block of Grove Street, was arrested after a traffic stop May 8 and taken into custody for failure to appear on loitering and prowling charges in Montgomery County court.
A Bridgeport man wanted on a Montgomery County warrant for failure to appear at a formal arraignment on a loitering and prowling charge was nabbed by Whitpain Township Police during a traffic stop, police said. Ryan Sandor, 37, of the 400 block of Grove Street, Bridgeport, was arrested at 7:43 p.m. May 8 after his vehicle was stopped for expired inspection, police said. Sandor was taken into custody without incident and later released to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, police said. Court records show Sandor was awaiting arraignment on a misdemeanor prowling charge and a summary trespassing charge from a January 2013 arrest in Lansdale Borough. Coincidentally, on the same date Sandor was nabbed by police, he was to be arraigned …
Local authorities are searching for a man who has exposed himself, masturbated in public before walkers in both townships.
After five reported cases, the area's police are working together to find a man that has been exposing himself in public. Lower Providence and Upper Providence Township Police Departments are investigating five reported incidents of indecent exposure occurring between April 6 and May 12 in both Lower Providence or Upper Providence townships. The incidents have occurred in the late afternoon and early evening as area residents walk along roads or trails, according to police. Each of the five reports were filed as having happened between 3:20 and 7:25 p.m. Police say that the man would be in place prior to the walkers approaching, jump out of his vehicle without any pants on, or with his pants pulled down. The offender would look at the …
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Man wanted for passing fake $100s to Pennsylvania, New Jersey businesses.
He is wanted by Upper Merion Police Department, but that isn't the only spot he's allegedly hit up with fake dough. The man seen in the video above is wanted for passing counterfeit bills, according to Upper Merion Police, according to a report on 6ABC. Police say the male suspect may have a tattoo on his right knuckles that reads "BUENO." Anyone with information should contact Detective Andrew Rathfon at the Upper Merion Township Police Department at 484-636-3879. For the full story on the man wanted for passing counterfeit $100 bills, visit 6ABC's report here.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Jordan Burnham, 23, of Eagleville, was arrested for DUI by the Pennsylvania State Police on May 8.
The following item contains information provided by the Pennsylvania State Police. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction. DUI: On May 8 at 2:20 a.m., members of the Pennsylvania State Police initiated a traffic stop of a gold, 2009 Toyota Corolla at the intersection of Lewis Road and Crown Point Drive in Limerick. The report indicated that the driver of the vehicle – identified as Jordan Burnham, 23, of Eagleville – showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol. Burnham was arrested for DUI, and transported to the PSP Skippack Barracks for chemical breath testing. Charges are pending in District Court 38-1-19. Subscribe to our free daily newsletter | Follow us on Facebook | Follow us @LPPatch See also:
President Barack Obama shared the story of fallen Plymouth Township Police Officer Bradley Fox during a National Peace Officers Memorial Day service.
Fallen Plymouth Township Police Officer Bradley Fox was singled out by President Barack Obama during his speech at the National Peace Officers Memorial Day services at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. Obama explained Fox's life, and how he lives on in the Fox famiy. "After serving two tours in Iraq as a Marine, Bradley Michael Fox retired with honor and followed his dream to becoming a police officer," Obama said. "He'd been with the Plymouth Township Police Department in Pennsylvania for five years before he was shot and killed pursuing a suspect last September. It was the day before his 35th birthday and six months before the birth of his son." "Nothing will replace the enthusiasm he brought to his job or the tremendous pride he had in his…
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Derrick Clay, 42, of Norristown, along with his son, Anthony, 22, and an unidentified woman, allegedly threw a Lower Providence man down a flight of stairs and stole his fiancee's phone.
A father-and-son duo from Norristown were arrested after they allegedly broke into a Lower Providence man's apartment, threw him down a flight of stairs, and stole his fiance's phone to settle a drug debt. According to the Pottstown Mercury, Derrick Clay, 42, of Norristown, along with his son, Anthony, 22, and an unidentified woman, broke into an apartment on the 3400 block of Germantown Pike on April 28 to confront the man about a $100 drug debt. When informed that the man could not pay, the elder Clay reportedly threw the man down the stairs, before embarking on a search for "collateral." They then stole the fiancee's phone, according to the report. Both the father and son were charged with felony burglary, robbery and conspiracy, along …
Monday, May 13, 2013
Lower Providence Police responded to two calls of a man masturbating in public areas.
Lower Providence Township Police Department has recently responded to several calls about a man masturbating in public. Two such calls were fielded on Sunday, Mother's Day. "During the afternoon of May 12, the Lower Providence Police responded to two incidents involving a male masturbating while in public," said a recent report from the department. The police report that the first incident occurred behind the closed Eagleville Genuardi’s and the second occurred on Redtail Road near Osprey Drive a short time later. The male in both reports is described as "a Middle Eastern male with brown hair, between 20 and 30 years of age and driving a silver sedan, possibly a Nissan Altima," according to police. If you have been victimized by this …
A drug ring that included Montgomery County has recently been on trial in a major wire-tapping case.
He took the stand as a witness for the prosecution, but it was the defense that really got him to talk. An unnamed ringleader of a major drug ring that reached parts of Montgomery, Bucks, Chester and Philadelphia counties was the topic of discussion in Judge Gary S. Silow’s courtroom Friday, as more than 24 men and women face charges in the ring, which was caught via wire-tapping by local authorities, reports the Times Herald. The witness admitted on the stand, when questioned by the defense, that he did not know at least one of the men named as part of a drug trafficking organization. He told the defense attorney "No, I don’t know him at all," when the man was brought before him. Other testimony provided information overheard on wire-tap…
Sunday, May 12, 2013
This week's stories include a woman who allegedly listed various drugs on her grocery list, a 'sexting' teacher pleads guilty and accused cemetery thieves strike in Montgomery County.
Potato Salad, Cocaine and Pepsi on Woman's Shopping List: According to a report in the Perkiomen Valley Patch, police discovered a strange grocery list in the vehicle of a 21-year-old woman who had just rear-ended another vehicle. The grocery list included items such as cocaine, potato salad, chicken breast and pepsi, along with a reminder to get high. Read the full story here. Trio of Thieves Strike Montco Cemeteries: According to a report in the Lower Moreland Patch, three people have been arrested in connection with a string of robberies that occurred at local cemeteries. The report states that the robbers preyed on the grieving, stealing purses and personal items from vehicles as visitors mourned their loss. Read the full story here. "…
Friday, May 10, 2013
The vehicle ran into a ditch and flipped on Stump Hall Road.
A Norristown woman was charged with driving her vehicle at unsafe speeds after a crash on Stump Hall Road in Skippack Township, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. Mary Moore, 31, of Norristown, was driving west on Stump Hall Road in a 2002 Honda Civic when she lost control of her vehicle and ran into a ditch and rolled over, landing on its roof in the roadway, police say. Moore was not injured, but her vehicle was towed by Source One Towing, according to police. Moore was allegedly driving at an unsafe speed at the time of the crash, and was charged for violating the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code, a police report states.