Police say two 17-year-old boys have been charged with breaking into a Pennsylvania home and baking drug-laced brownies.
Melvin Hunt of Collegeville, Pa. and Maurice Keeley Jr. of Philadelphia are accused of trying to rob a “prostitute” who was actually an undercover police officer.
On Route 29 in Collegeville, near the Perkiomen Creek, crews were cleaning out a Monro Muffler and Brake shop which got about a foot and a half of water inside the building.
Dave Brown’s wife, Joan, succumbed to the disease a year and a half ago.
According to state police, troopers were sent about 5pm Sunday to the Red Buffalo Ranch, on Anders Road, for a report of an assault. The victim was former Montgomery County district attorney and former county commissioner Michael Marino.
So far there are two cases against Kenneth Staiger, and a third is being investigated.
Prosecutors say Samantha Sinkler forged letters from her doctors, claiming she was being treated for cancer and seizures.
While flooding conditions along the Schuylkill River were a big concern for the wider region as Hurricane Irene passed by, it was the Perkiomen Creek that caused major problems and damage in the Collegeville area.
After putting together a fine 8-2 season and sharing the Centennial Conference title in 2010, the Ursinus Bears have high hopes for more success this season.
Adam David is charged with robbing a Domino’s Pizza store in Radnor, and is under investigation for the earlier robbery of a Montgomery County frozen yogurt stand.
Franz Knorr, of Collegeville, is leaving this weekend for Athens, where he will compete in the Special Olympics World Summer Games which begin next Saturday.
Mike McGarvey — one of the best basketball players in Division III history when he wore an Ursinus College uniform — is getting his first taste of Division I, having recently accepted a position as an assistant coach at Colgate University.