Two burglaries - in East Greenville Borough and Worcester Township, separate and unrelated but both accomplished without force - are being investigated by Pennsylvania State Police from Skippack.
State police tried to stop a westbound U.S. Route 422 driver for multiple vehicle offenses, they said Monday. He didn't pull over, but sped up. A chase ensued, but was later called off for safety reasons.
Home owners on Northridge Road and surrounding Perkiomen Township streets are concerned about property vandalism, possibly caused by teens. The latest incident was reported Sunday. Can you provide a lead?
They were lying on the westbound side of the limited-access highway in Limerick, according to troopers. Also, two Pennsburg teens were ticketed after allegedly bringing alcohol into a school.
State police in Skippack have been busy in recent weeks investigating three separate and unrelated thefts that occurred in Perkiomen, Upper Frederick, and Upper Providence, they said Thursday.
Five unrelated incidents in which alleged offenders were involved occurred between Friday and April 28 at locations in Upper Providence, Trappe, Upper Frederick, Red Hill, and Lower Frederick.
An erratic driver spotted Sunday on Pennsburg streets proved no match for several borough residents who alerted state police of the danger. Earlier in the day, troopers ended a Schwenksville fight
On a day of the week when some folks hope peace and quiet will triumph over less appealing human urges, an East Greenville park took an early-morning hit from four so-far-unknown individuals.