Bucks County authorities say an 89-year-old woman caught in the crossfire during a shootout in Warminster in February was killed by a police bullet, but the alleged gunman who fired on police is now facing homicide charges.
As police approached the apartment, Warminster Township police chief Michael Murphy says they came under heavy gunfire.
Police have arrested the former owner of a Warminster, Bucks County restaurant who they believe opened fire on its new owner.
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