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  1. Man Who Tried Sexually Assaulting Woman On Schuylkill River Trail Released On Bail: Police

    Man Who Tried Sexually Assaulting Woman On Schuylkill River Trail Released On Bail: Police

    A man who approached a woman on the Schuylkill River Trail and tried forcibly pulling her pants down was arrested and charged, then released on unsecured bail, authorities said.The woman was walking on the trail behind Valley Forge Towers when Michael Wiggins approached her on Friday, May 27 around 1:35 p.m. in Upper Merion, local police said.Wiggins grabbed the victim’s hips ...

  2. Passaic Man Whose Motto Was 'Carpe Diem' Dies

    Passaic Man Whose Motto Was 'Carpe Diem' Dies

    Todd Parrett took every opportunity to seize the day that he could, right up until the day he died, his obituary says.The Passaic resident, born in Lock Haven, PA, died on Sunday, May 22 at 42 years old.He was remembered for his "exuberance for life," and was passionate about the great outdoors.A tribute posted to Facebook by Joni Brown noted how Parrett often offered words of ...

  3. Obsessed Patient Admits Beating Chiropractor Dead, Assaulting Investigating Detective

    Obsessed Patient Admits Beating Chiropractor Dead, Assaulting Investigating Detective

    A 23-year-old Bucks County man admit beating his chiropractor to death and assaulting a detective investigating the case, authorities announced.Joseph O'Boyle, of Bensalem, took a guilty plea in the fatal Nov. 2, 2020 beating of 64-year-old Dr. James Sowa in his Hulmeville Road home office District Attorney Matt Weintraub said.He ultimately entered an open guilty plea to ...

  4. Scooter Rider Critical In Central Jersey Hit-Run, Jeep Wrangler Sought

    Scooter Rider Critical In Central Jersey Hit-Run, Jeep Wrangler Sought

    A Jeep Wrangler was being sought in a hit-and-run crash that left a scooter rider critical early Wednesday, May 25, authorities said.The victim was struck near Victory Bridge on Route 35 north in Sayreville around 5:25 a.m., Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone and Chief John Zebrowski said.The victim was taken to to Robert Wood Johnson where he was listed in critical ...

  5. Siblings Killed In Pottstown Home Explosion Were 'Sweet, Loved Playing Outside'

    Siblings Killed In Pottstown Home Explosion Were 'Sweet, Loved Playing Outside'

    Support is surging for two Pottstown parents whose four children were killed when their home exploded early this week.Brothers Jeremiah White, 12, Nehemiah White, 10, and Tristan White, 8, along with their cousin Alana Wood, 13, died in an explosion at their Hale Street home Thursday, May 27. The boys' grandmother Francine White also died."They were such the sweetest kids who loved ...

  6. Poop Emoji Man Who Wreaked Havoc In Maryland Council Meeting Apparently Needs Help After Arrest

    Poop Emoji Man Who Wreaked Havoc In Maryland Council Meeting Apparently Needs Help After Arrest

    Phil Ateto felt it was important to let the Anne Arundel City Council know how much he thought they stank.So, wearing a poop emoji, 44-year-old Ateto showed up to the County Council meeting on May 2, and let off a stink bomb, Fox 45 reports.Phil Ateto in the May 2 meeting.Arundel TVHe was later arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, and a GoFundMe page is seeking to raise ...

  7. Squeegee Worker Assaults Driver In Baltimore: Report

    Squeegee Worker Assaults Driver In Baltimore: Report

    Police are searching for a squeegee worker caught on video assaulting a driver stopped at a red light this week in Baltimore, WJZ reports.The worker can be seen fighting with the driver stopped at a red light off Mount Royal Avenue Thursday, May 26. The worker opens the door and when the driver closed it, the worker opened it and hit the driver, according to the video shared ...

  8. Details Released In Barnegat HS Bathroom Stabbing

    Details Released In Barnegat HS Bathroom Stabbing

    A Barnegat High School student was stabbed during a bathroom fight early Friday, May 27, authorities said.The school was put in a shelter in place as officials worked to break up the fight at 7:48 a.m., Barnegat police said.The student treated for non-life threatening injuries and an edged weapon was recovered, authorities said. The Ocean County Sheriff’s Department CSI unit ...

  9. Virginia Tractor-Trailer Driver Killed In New Jersey Crash (PHOTOS)

    Virginia Tractor-Trailer Driver Killed In New Jersey Crash (PHOTOS)

    A Virginia man died and a 21-year-old was seriously injured in a Route 78 crash in New Jersey Thursday, May 26, authorities said.An Acura RSX and Mack tractor/semi-trailer traveling eastbound collided near Exit 11 in Union Township around 8:10 p.m., New Jersey State Police Trooper Alejandro Goez said. Both vehicles entered the center median and struck the guardrail.The ...

  10. This Maryland Police Department Is Rolling Out True Crime Podcast

    This Maryland Police Department Is Rolling Out True Crime Podcast

    A podcast launched by a Maryland police agency is giving locals a look at true crime in the area."The Crime Journal," by the Anne Arundel County Police Department, is made by county police officers themselves. "We want our community to remain informed and engaged with the goal of providing justice for victims," the department said. "Your tip could bring closure to a grieving ...

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