Armed with nearly four dozen arrest warrants, police and state constables went knocking on doors looking for people wanted for a variety of crimes.
“They weren’t walking out of the house with a 50-inch, flat-screen TV,” says Bensalem public safety director Fred Harran. “They’re looking for jewelry, things that they can go right to these cash-for-gold places and cash this stuff in and then buy their heroin.”
President Obama has signed into law a defense spending bill that includes legislation that was sparked by the untimely death of a first responder in Bucks County.
Authorities say a suspected drunk driver is now in police custody after crashing into a Bucks County Fire Department truck Sunday.
Jean Carson went outside for a cigarette between 9:30 and 10pm and was never seen again.
A mandatory evacuation order has been added for parts of Bensalem, Pa.
It was a field trip to the shrine of St. Katherine Drexel that many students, staff, and teachers at a newly formed Catholic regional school won’t forget.
The goal was to give teens and their parents a taste of distracted driving.
The widow of officer Brian Lorenzo, who was killed by an alleged drunk driver last month, has now filed a civil suit.
Campiglia and another former waitress, Christina Aicher, filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission which ruled in their favor.
Inside the men’s truck was 15 kilos of heroin and 20 pounds of methamphetamine with a street value of over $10 million, according to police.
Bensalem officials say the suspension of the Union Fire Company will not affect public safety, adding that other authorized fire companies have already been reassigned to provide coverage.
It’ll a “welcome home” to those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, a big thank-you to veterans of past wars, and a solemn remembrance of those who gave their lives for their country.
Five owners of the “Nifty Fifty’s” restaurant chain are charged in a tax evasion conspiracy that allegedly hid $15 million worth of income, cheating the IRS out of $2.2 million in taxes.
Eduardo Tomasek pleaded no contest to charges of groping seven teenage girls he hired to work at a Popeye’s Fried Chicken franchise in Bensalem.