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Police Reports: Week of August 3

Attemped burglary suspects apprehended in Salford Township, criminal mischief in Skippack Township

Editor's note: The following items include information provided by the Skippack Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.

Attempted Burglary Suspects Apprehended in Salford Township

Patrick J. Brumbaugh, of Lansdale, and Gregory Eagle, of Pottstown, were arrested for attempted burglary in Salford Township on July 23, according to the .

The report states that the PSP were dispatched just after 9 a.m. to the King Road home of Robert Joy, 62, in response to an activated residential alarm. A vehicle was witnessed fleeing the scene.

The State Police broadcasted the vehicle description to area patrols, and a vehicle matching the description was stopped at the Lower Frederick Township Fire House. Brumbaugh, 20, and Eagle, 29, were taken into custody and their vehicle was seized, according to the report.

The suspects were charged with Attempted Burglary, Criminal Trespass, Criminal Mischief, and Possession of an Instrument of Crime. They were charged and arraigned in District Court 38-2-02 and sent to Montgomery County Correctional Facility after they failed to post $25,000 cash bail.

Criminal Mischief in Skippack Township

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an incident of criminal mischief on the 4000 block of Salem Circle in Skippack Township.

According to the PSP report, Sean Berk, of Harleysville, reported that unknown suspect(s) tampered with his above-ground pool at some point between July 20 and July 23.

Police ask anyone with information to call 610-584-1250 and reference K03-1865306.

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