Pennsylvania State Police
Philadelphia police say they will continue to use breathalyzers in DUI stops, while state police have suspended their use due to a central Pennsylvania ruling.
“Anytime we arrest someone for DUI now instead of taking them to get a breath sample, we’re now taking a blood sample and taking that off to the lab to be analyzed,” state police spokesman Adam Reed says
Court documents show Jason Smith, accused of murdering a doctor in Center City, plead guilty to exposing himself during a road rage incident on I-95 last year.
State polie say it was caused by a disabled vehicle in the right lane.
Police arrested two suspects in connection with the shooting death of a driver on the Schuylkill Expressway last year. Investigators say the motive behind the murder was a stolen iPhone.
The turnpike widening project is near Sumneytown Pike and Forty Foot Road.
AAA Mid-Atlantic projects 1.6 million Pennsylvanians will be traveling 50 miles or more away from home over the holiday weekend, between Wednesday and Sunday.
Two people are dead after a tractor trailer collided with a car along Route 41 in Kennett Township on Sunday evening.
The Pennsylvania State Police is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing elderly woman.
A Berks County man gets attacked by a woman for accessing a pornography website on his cell phone.
Jenkintown Borough is asking a Montgomery County judge to issue a preliminary injunction as it tries to force an Old York Road spa to close its doors.
Police arrested a Bucks County man on DUI charges after he allegedly blew through a check point early Sunday morning, nearly striking five officers.
Prosecutors say Barry Searfoss spent May 18th, his day off, drinking beer at a golf outing in Bucks County — an outing that raised scholarship money in honor of a woman killed fifteen years ago by a drunk driver.
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.
After several hours of sitting motionless on northbound I-95, traffic finally started flowing again Wednesday morning.