Ramon Cintron pleaded guilty to felony charges of institutional sexual assault and corruption of minors.
Prosecutors believe they have a solid case against Ken Nolan, who waived his preliminary hearing on theft and related charges.
In separate cases, Tracey Warren of Pottstown and Megan Benson of North Hills both pleaded guilty to felony theft charges.
On the day his trial was scheduled to begin, Ramon Cintron pleaded guilty to “institutional” sexual assault and corruption of a minor, both felonies.
Authorities say Samantha Sinkler, 36, failed to show up for sentencing earlier this month on two DUI cases and failed to appear last month for a hearing on forgery and identity theft charges.
Two more Pottstown men have admitted their roles in a conspiracy to steal bronze vases from two cemeteries in Montgomery and Chester counties and then sell them for scrap in Philadelphia.
Three men from the Washington, DC area have admitted their role in the theft of three fast and expensive cars from a Montgomery County car dealership last summer, part of what prosecutors say was a multi-state vehicle theft ring.
James Tidmore pleaded guilty to theft and conspiracy, admitting that along with two co-defendants he stole more than 200 bronze vases from Highland Memorial Cemetery in Pottstown and Mount Zion Cemetery in North Coventry Township.