Scam phone calls seem to come in waves in Lower Frederick, township Police Chief Paul Maxey reports. Before the next wave hits, he wants to ensure residents know how to ward off, and report, latest attempts to shake them down.
Lower Frederick residents of all ages are among those nationwide occasionally being conned by scam artists in phone calls, e-mails, and text messages. Its police department offers advice to deal with the problem.
Two males, pictured in video footage but whose names are not yet known, allegedly left the vegetables at a Lower Frederick garden stand but took money from its cash box. Police need help identifying them.
Lower Frederick Township's Coble Park will be the venue for an Aug. 21 (Saturday) "Cool Cops - Cool Treats" event that will, in part, introduce new and current officers of its police department.
Counterfeit $20 bills are being used to buy goods and services at the Wawa and Dunkin' Donut stores in Zieglerville. Lower Frederick's Police Department is getting special help to nab suspects involved.
The township is looking to fill a part-time police officer vacancy. It offers 32 hours of work a week, at a pay rate of $28 hourly. Apply by Feb. 16 if you're interested.
It's expected to cost $5,000 to fix damage caused during overnight Thursday or early Friday hours outside Perkiomen Valley Middle School West in Zieglerville. A vehicle was used to tear up athletic fields. Police are requesting public help in the incident.
A Lower Frederick man faces aggravated assault and other charges for an incident that occurred Saturday, in which he allegedly beat a woman with a baseball bat.