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.
Police say William Lichtner, 24, supplied alcohol on at least eight occasions to a teenage girl.
Police say their investigation pointed to Marisa Pompilio of Glenside, Pa., who may have also stolen from other babysitting clients.
Police say Kornwell Chan of Dresher used the camera to look up women’s dresses while they were shopping in department stores.
The main players are identified as Frank Messina of Hatfield, Pa. and Troy Dudas of Schwenksville.
Montgomery County DA Risa Ferman would confirm only that Karen Ricca was suspended without pay April 27th from her nearly $75,000-a-year position.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and officials in Montgomery County, Pa. say the community really needs to step up to make sure our children are safe.
So far there are two cases against Kenneth Staiger, and a third is being investigated.
The coroner of Montgomery County, Pa. says preliminary indications show prescribed medications in the system of the late Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua, but he needs more time to determine the cause of death.
It’s called getting “Shmacked” – so wasted on booze and drugs you can no longer function – and the video features students at two Lower Merion High Schools.
With a new casino set to open in Montgomery County, Pa. this spring, law enforcement officials are looking at ways to keep alleged mob figures away from the gambling establishment.