A Pottstown resident is among those additionally arrested in Montgomery County's continuing investigation of an alleged gun-trafficking ring that was said to operate across four counties.
Investigative work by the New Hanover Police Department on a child sexual assault case that occurred during mid-May resulted Tuesday in the arrest of a Perkasie man on multiple felony charges.
What began as an investigation of a theft of about $12,000, allegedly involving a Royerford resident, has resulted in multiple charges for what now appears to be a total of more than $154,000.
A Norristown man has been arrested, the district attorney said Thursday, and charged with burglaries or attempted burglaries that allegedly occurred in Collegeville, Trappe, and elsewhere last summer.
The Collegeville mother of a 13-year-old boy who was charged with third-degree murder in the death of his 12-year-old sister faces charges herself in the incident, the district attorney's office said.
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele on Wednesday claimed 14 men and women worked as a "gun trafficking organization that illegally obtained and resold 31 firearms" across five counties.
Montgomery County detectives alleged a suspect, arrested at his home following a search, tried to hide his cell phone. Once it was discovered, they also said he refused to divulge its locking password.
Montgomery County's coroner has ruled the Monday night shootings in Gilbertsville as a double homicide and suicide, the county district attorney said Tuesday. He urged anyone living in a violent situation to seek help.