Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Police have located 75-year-old Betty Mae Gery, and she's currently being treated by medical personnel.
UPDATE: The Pennsylvania State Police have located 75-year-old Betty Mae Gery, who went missing over the weekend. Gery was located at 10:50 a.m. in a wooded area along the 1100 block of Peevy Road in East Greenville. She was then taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital by Upper Perkiomen EMS for treatment and evaluation. Earlier story follows The Pennsylvania State Police are seeking public assistance in locating an elderly woman who went missing over the weekend. The press release states that 75-year-old Betty Mae Gery was last seen walking northbound through the parking lot of her apartment building on East Sixth Street, Red Hill Borough, at 8 p.m. on Sunday, August 19. She was wearing light-colored blue jeans, a black / blue / white plaid shirt…
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Police stated that an 8-year-old boy reported that while he was playing baseball along the side of his home, a man approached him in an orange colored vehicle -- possibly a late model Dodge Charger.
The Pennsylvania State Police are currently investigating a possible child luring incident in Skippack, which occurred on August 2. According to an email sent from the Perkiomen Valley School District, police responded to a report of a possible attempted child luring on Reginald Lane in Skippack. Police stated that an 8-year-old boy reported that while he was playing baseball along the side of his home, a man approached him in an orange colored vehicle -- possibly a late model Dodge Charger. The driver of the vehicle, who is described as a white male in his 50's or 60's with long, grey hair, yelled to the boy "Hey bud, can you come over here and help me find something?", at which point the boy fled to the rear of his residence and told his…
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Checkpoint will be posted between Friday, August 3, and Sunday, August 5, with a location somewhere in western Montgomery County.
The Pennsylvania State Police have announced that they will conduct another sobriety checkpoint this coming weekend, between the evening hours of Friday, August 3, and the early morning hours of Sunday, August 5. Though the press release does not identify the specific location of the checkpoint, it does state that the checkpoint will be posted somewhere in western Montgomery County, with the help of a local municipal police force. The release urges motorists to make responsible decisions before getting behind the wheel, and adds that sobriety checkpoints have been shown to reduce the number of alcohol and drug related crashes.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Checkpoint will be located somewhere in the western portion of the county between July 6 and July 9
If you're going to imbibe this Independence Day Weekend, you may want to think twice about driving. The Pennsylvania State Police have issued a report stating that they will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint somewhere in western Montgomery County between July 6 and July 9. Though the exact location was not released, the report did indicate that the location is "considered a high-risk area." "Sobriety checkpoints are held to reduce alcohol related crashes resulting in injuries, death and property damage," the report states. "The State Police encourage all motorists to make the right decision and not attempt to operate a motor vehicle after consuming alcoholic beverages or controlled substances." If you're out drinking this weekend, make …
Monday, June 18, 2012
Identity theft in Salford; DUIs in Perkiomenville and Collegeville
The following items include information provided by the Skippack Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction. Identity Theft State Police are investigating the identity theft of a 36-year-old Telford woman. According to the report, the victim's identifying information was fraudulently obtained, then used to make purchases at a location on Ridge Road in Salford Township at midnight on June 10. Royersford Man Charged With DUI A Royersford man has been charged with DUI, following a traffic stop at the intersection of Walnut Street and Main Street in Limerick Township. According to the police report, 35-year-old Jarred Haines was stopped by police for erratic driving around 12:30 a.m…