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Flemington councilman charged with selling cocaine, methamphetamine to undercover cop

A Flemington Borough Town Council member stands accused of selling cocaine and methamphetamine to an undercover police officer on several occasions over the last two months.

Authorities identify human skull found in 1986 in Morrisville

Bucks County Detectives partnered with Othram Inc., a private forensic DNA laboratory based in Texas, to identify a skull found in 1986 on the banks of the Delaware River in Morrisville, District Attorney Matt Weintraub announced today.

Felon sentenced to up to 15 years in prison in Richland Township strangulation, gun case

A convicted felon who beat and strangled his girlfriend in her Richland Township residence last year was sentenced Thursday, Jan. 19, to 7 ½ to 15 years in state prison.

Man sentenced to state prison for stealing $320,000 in Bucks stolen valor case

A man who pretended to be a U.S. Marine in his plot to deceive an elderly Middletown Township couple out of almost $320,000 was sentenced Thursday, Jan. 19, to five to 12 years in state prison.

Bucks investigators seek information on 2013 Hilltown murder

Ten years ago, on Jan. 18, 2013, two men broke into the home of a Hilltown Township family. When they left, Joseph Canazaro was dead. The search continues for those responsible for his murder. The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office and the Hilltown Township Police Department continue to investigate the murder of Canazaro, …

Man who murdered girlfriend in Falls motel to serve up to 47 years in state prison

A Morrisville man was sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 17, to serve 23 ½ to 47 years in state prison for killing 39-year-old Jamie Beighley inside a Falls Township motel in July 2021.

Falls man sentenced to 23-46 years in prison for assaulting young girls

A Falls Township man convicted of repeatedly sexually assaulting two 9-year-old girls was sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 17, to 23 to 46 years in state prison, the Bucks County District Attorney’s office …

St. Charles teacher charged with possession of child pornography

A Middletown Township man who teaches at a school in Bensalem was arrested on Friday, Jan. 13, and charged with possession of child pornography, the Bucks County District Attorney’s office …

Man convicted of stealing money from incapacitated Quakertown relative

A Bucks County jury convicted a 46-year-old man of stealing more than $38,000 from a relative who was disabled and creating fake invoices to hide some of his spending.

Palisades Middle School bomb threat not credible

On Monday morning, a message referencing a bomb threat was discovered in a boys bathroom at Palisades Middle School, principal Dr. Karl Scheibenhofer told parents in an email that contained the …

Shapiro: Men raided area gas station gaming machines to fund gun buys

Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the arrests of Brandyn Warren and Antoine Laster for their involvement in the robbery of 25 Pennsylvania Skill gaming machines in gas stations and …

Career burglar sentenced to 10-20 years in prison for Bucks burglaries, robbery

A career burglar from New Jersey was sentenced Tuesday, to serve up to 20 years in state prison for committing several burglaries throughout Bucks County from May 2018 to May 2019.

Riegelsville woman killed in Northampton County crash

The Northampton County Coroner Friday, identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed on Route 33 on Christmas Day as Michele Gardner, 46, of Riegelsville.

Detectives Drug Strike Force makes potentially record-breaking firearms arrest in Bucks County

The Bucks County Detectives Drug Strike Force charged a Bensalem man Dec. 22, with more firearms sales and possession offenses than anyone else in Bucks County in recent history.

Troop M sets Christmas and New Year’s holiday enforcement times

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Troop M – Bethlehem (Lehigh, Northampton and Bucks counties) said the official Christmas Holiday Enforcement period begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday, Dec. 23, and …

Hunterdon County sheriff warns of holiday scams

Hunterdon County Sheriff Fred W. Brown is warning the public about new and increasingly sophisticated scams targeting residents during the holiday season.

Woman convicted of stealing more than $169,000 from elderly father

A Bucks County jury convicted a 49-year-old woman on Tuesday, Dec. 13, of stealing more than $169,000 from her elderly father over a period of three years. Diane L. Rohrman, of Downingtown, …

Plumstead felon who illegally possessed guns sentenced to state prison

A felon who illegally possessed two firearms, one of them a ghost gun, was sentenced in Bucks County Monday, Nov. 28, to serve five to 10 years in state prison. Scott Allen McCaughey, 65, of Plumstead Township …

Troop M announces Thanksgiving Holiday Enforcement results

During the Thanksgiving Holiday Traffic Enforcement Period of 2022, Troop M Troopers investigated a total of 80 crashes and made 27 Driving Under the Influence arrests.

Pennridge Regional Police Department seeks public’s help

Pennridge Regional Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the people in this photograph. They are suspected of being involved in two thefts from vehicle incidents at Park Club …

Doylestown doctor sentenced to prison for illegally providing opioids

A Bucks County judge sentenced a long-practicing Doylestown doctor Monday to two to six years in state prison for unlawfully prescribing opioids to his patients. Dr. Richard Alan Kondan, 59, …

Husband, two others sent to prison for woman’s death

Three men were sentenced to state prison Monday, for supplying a pressed fentanyl pill that was made to look like Percocet that killed 40-year-old Amanda Shields of Falls Township two years …

Newtown Township police seek witnesses to traffic accident

The Newtown Township Police Department is investigating a two-vehicle traffic accident with serious injuries that occurred Nov. 24, at approximately 9:38 p.m. on the Newtown Bypass at South Sycamore …

Man convicted of 1998 mass slayings as juvenile resentenced to 80 to 160 years

A man serving four consecutive life sentences for killing four people when he was 17 at a house party in Bristol Township was resentenced Monday, to serve 80 to 160 years in state prison.
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