Several jurors in the trial of an Upper Merion man accused of murdering a ten-month-old girl and her grandmother were visibly shaken today when prosecutors showed one of their many crime scene photos.
“There was identification that was used that indicated that he was at the casino at least thirty times in the months preceding the murder,” prosecutor Kevin Steele notes.
The conviction means that Joseph McAndrew Jr. will likely never be a free man again, although where he serves that sentence is still to be determined.
Joseph McAndrew Jr. is accused of using a samurai sword to murder his parents and twin brother inside their home more than three years ago. His defense is insanity.
Michael Henry admitted he bought the guns used by Andrew Thomas, a convicted felon, to kill Plymouth Township police officer Brad Fox in September 2012.
The Philadelphia 76ers recognized Montgomery County’s First Assistant District Attorney this week as one of their “Heroes Among Us” and it came as quite a surprise to the recipient.
The first convenience store owner in Montgomery County convicted of selling synthetic drugs is headed to state prison for at least seven years.
Prosecutors indicated they would not pursue additional jail time for Andrea Lawton if she returned other items burglarized from a Main Line home.
Prosecutors say 48-year-old Claybon Hawthorne used a belt and a broom to beat the 12-year-old boy.
Andrea Lawton pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Court to burglary and conspiracy, admitting that she was the one who swiped the priceless bust of Franklin from a house in Bryn Mawr.
Michael Henry, 31, now faces a maximum of 84 years behind bars. He bought guns on behalf of another man who used one weapon to kill Plymouth Township officer Brad Fox.
Raghu Yandamuri, 26, is accused of kidnapping ten-month-old Sannvi Venna and murdering the girl’s grandmother last October in Upper Merion.
In a 20-minute videotaped confession to police, Raghu Yandamuri says he planned to kidnap Saanvi Venna to get money from her parents.
A wheelchair bound Upper Moreland man is under arrest in Montgomery County accused of firing a gun into a crowd at an apartment complex late Thursday night injuring two people, including his mother.
Montgomery County authorities have arrested a 31-year-old Norristown man who they say ordered a hit on another man because they were involved with the same woman.