Officials at Radnor High School briefly locked down the school Tuesday after hearing reports of a man carrying a rifle inside a vehicle on Lancaster Avenue.
Radnor Township Police say a Megan’s Law Offender now faces criminal charges for allegedly stalking a 21-year-old Villanova University student inside the campus library on 10 different occasions in September and October of 2013.
Police responded to the scene after receiving a 911 call reporting a naked, white male running north on Brooke Road towards Conestoga Road.
Officials in Radnor Township, Delaware County are cautioning residents of the Main Line community to be on the alert after a raccoon and fox have both tested positive for rabies over the past two weeks.
Radnor Township Police Chief William Colarulo identified the victims as 49-year-old Timothy Rooney and his 48-year-old wife Linda Rooney.
The scam primarily uses terror, in an attempt to try and shake down innocent people.
The fire was reported at about 8:40 p.m. at the 300 block of Hilldale Road.
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Police say a Gilbertsville man stole garden décor from the Chanticleer Garden then fled the scene on a Razor scooter.
The fast casual chain’s signature burger hits the grill looking more like a meatball and then — smash!
“This is probably Radnor’s submission for world’s dumbest criminals,” said Police Superintendent Bill Colarulo.
Radnor police are investigating an indecent exposure that happened on the campus of Cabrini College.
Delaware County officials announced charges against a Virginia man who allegedly lured a young teenage girl out of the state.
Police say they have located a 13-year-old girl from Radnor who went missing after reportedly meeting up with a man she met online.
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