A young driver and his younger passenger were uninjured Tuesday in an Upper Salford Township one-vehicle crash. The car slid across the road, over a “steep drop-off," and became entangled in trees, State Police said.
A traffic stop early Friday in Berks County, north of Reading, ended with the arrests of men from Reading and Pottstown. Drugs and a gun were found in the car in which they were traveling, troopers alleged.
One was kicked. The other, punched. Both were arrested. All in all, it might be said Sunday wasn’t so “super” for two Berks County residents charged with harassment by troopers from the Reading barracks.
State police declined Saturday to file charges against a suspect in the Valley Forge Casino Resort, after their investigation determined he mistakenly picked up a wallet he believed to be his own.
Legal consequences await those who are caught driving while intoxicated during Super Bowl weekend, state officials reminded the public Thursday. Sadly, there could be fatal ones too, they added.
Burglar alarm systems aren’t foolproof. Sometimes a warning sounds in error. Nine errors within 12 months, though, posed a problem for Pennsylvania state troopers responding in Upper Hanover Township.
A Boyertown resident crashed his BMW into an Earl Township tree in weather-related poor road conditions, state police from the Troop L Barracks in Reading said. He was issued two citations.
Five holders of liquor licenses in Berks County, and another nine in Montgomery County, were cited for liquor law violations in January, according to a report from the state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.