“This is what we refer to when we talk about the Castle Doctrine,” DA Risa Ferman said.
Police are looking for 19-year-old Maurice Andrews, who is known to hang out in Philadelphia, Norristown, and Pottstown.
There will be two boxes at the county courthouse in Norristown, and at eight others at police departments scattered throughout the county.
Housed in a nondescript building with an unpublicized address, Mission Kids allows children ages 3 to 17 the chance to deal with investigating detectives in a friendly environment.
Her father says he tripped while holding her after drinking and fell on her.
Parole Board To Meet With Family Of Woman Killed By Husband Days Before He’s Set To Be Released From Prison
The Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole will finally hear from the family of Ellen Robb. Her husband, former Penn Professor Rafael Robb, bludgeoned her to death more than six years ago.
Ellen Robb’s family is calling on the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole to reconsider its decision regarding former Penn professor Rafael Robb.
As the search continues for a missing 10-month-old girl in Montgomery County, Pa., prosecutors announced a $30,000 reward for her safe return and explained why they have been so tight-lipped when it comes to releasing information about the investigation and the murder of the little girl’s grandmother.
The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to allow local police and prosecutors access to tax information to go after those who are perpetrating tax return fraud.
Law enforcement turned out Thursday to remember a cop who made the ultimate sacrifice in Lower Merion nearly 90 years ago.
Fifteen people are under arrest in Montgomery County for running a synthetic drug and drug paraphernalia network throughout the Philadelphia area.
Prosecutors say teacher Sean McCullough carried on an intimate sexual relationship with the girl during her senior year at Methacton High School.
As part of his agreement with prosecutors, Matthews did not admit guilt but agreed to enter the ARD program and spend a year on probation.
Prosecutors say between October of last year and May of this year, Tim Udinski on seven separate occasions sent false claims of sexual abuse in anonymous e-mails to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Prosecutors say Jack Pennington used his former position of authority and a Norristown police badge to protect himself while he was dealing drugs on the streets.