A 48-year-old Collegeville man, who North Coventry police allege was intoxicated when he caused a June 15 crash on South Hanover Street, faces a preliminary hearing next month on six related charges.
Township police allege that two individuals, photographed Saturday at about 3 p.m. as they left the Giant Food Store at Suburbia Shopping Center, are sought on shoplifting charges. Do you know them?
During the Memorial Day weekend North Coventry Township police were called to investigate a hit-and-run crash, and Douglass (Berks) Township police began looking into a reported burglary.
The incident, according to Chester and Montgomery County dispatchers, occurred Friday at about 6:16 a.m. near the entrance ramp to U.S. 422 East from South Hanover Street.
The driver's identity isn't known, but he or she was behind the wheel of a black-colored Subaru on Sunday, North Coventry police say, when it took out two mailboxes on Hawk Street in the township.
North Coventry Township police are asking for public help as they investigate an alleged attempted burglary they believe occurred sometime between Friday and Saturday on River Road.
North Coventry police are looking for a man they can identify by name and age, but for whom they lack a location. He's charged with retail theft. The department is asking for public help in finding him.
The driver of a minivan, who allegedly hit and caused damage to a second vehicle Friday night in the parking lot of Flagship Cinema on West Schuylkill Road, is being sought by North Coventry police.