“The DUI crimes are the most likely to see crashes where innocent people who are simply minding their own business are killed,” notes Montgomery County DA Risa Ferman.
The attorney who represents a former Delaware County cop accused of murdering his former girlfriend this week says his client had been working hard to try to straighten out his life.
Judge William Furber says Bradley Stone, accused of killing six people and himself, showed no violent tendencies during his time in the program.
State prosecutors say taxpayers werer defrauded of more than $5 million.
Tollefson, a longtime sports anchor for WPVI-TV, is accused of pocketing money that others had paid him for sports travel packages.
Kornwell Chan will spend at least another five months in the county prison. He was previously convicted of stealing a woman’s underwear and shooting “upskirt” photos in the King of Prussia Mall.
A Montgomery County jury awarded the estate of Ellen Gregory Robb more than $124 million in a “wrongful death” civil trial. Rafael Robb is nearing the end of his 5-10 year sentence for voluntary manslaughter.
Parents, educators, and staff have recently questioned the leadership abilities of Dr. Natalie Thomas, who took over the district 18 months ago.
Carly Stevenson, 28, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and related charges in the death of Brandon Cron.
Dan Fraley, the county’s director of veterans affairs, says it’s time to tighten up the federal “Stolen Valor” law, which makes it a crime for someone to claim, for financial gain, that they were awarded any of nearly a dozen medals or decorations.
Police say a majority of the alleged victims in this case hired Michael Dolbow III to videotape their weddings.
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Ashley Zauflik was 17 when she was dragged under a Pennsbury school bus seven years ago, losing her leg and suffering other severe injuries.
Robert Kerns pleaded “no contest” to the misdemeanor charge, admitting no guilt but conceding that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him had the case gone to trial.
A Montgomery County judge has imposed the two death sentences that a jury determined were warranted for convicted killer Raghu Yandamuri who was found guilty last month of murdering a 10-month-old baby and her grandmother in a botched kidnapping.