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Weekly Safety Report: DUI Crash, Serial Burglar, and New Female Police Chief in Norristown, PA
This week in Norristown, Pennsylvania, there were three notable incidents. A woman with a history of DUI arrests caused a vehicle crash on Saint Patrick's Day, resulting in multiple people being sent to the hospital. An arrest warrant was issued for a serial burglar who targeted Hispanic households. Norristown officials announced the selection of a Philadelphia inspector as the first female police chief for the Norristown Police Department.
Norristown's New Police Chief: Dr. Jacqueline Bailey-Davis to Take Office in January
The Norristown Municipal Council has appointed Dr. Jacqueline Bailey-Davis as the new police chief. The council will formalize the appointment on December 19, and Bailey-Davis will start her new role on January 2. Council President Tom Lepera believes Bailey-Davis will ensure the safety of residents and officers and foster strong relationships between them.
Weekly Safety Report: Murder Trial, Arson, Assault, Shooting, Burglary, and Hit-and-Run Shake Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
This week in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, several incidents occurred that raised concerns for public safety. These incidents include a murder trial of a man accused of killing his business partner, a doctor facing charges of making antisemitic threats and arson, a school bus aide charged with choking a 6-year-old boy, a fatal shooting in a home renovation project, an arrest warrant issued for a serial burglar targeting Hispanic households, and a maintenance worker pleading guilty to a hit-and-run accident resulting in a man's death.
Crash blocking I-476 in Montgomery County
A crash is blocking I-476 in Montgomery County, Pa. The southbound lanes of I-476 are block from Exit 44 PA-663 to Exit 31 PA-63. Drivers are being redirected along the following detour:. Take State Route 663 North to State Route 309 South, to US Route 202 South, to State Route...
A Taste of Italy: Discover 5 Must-Try Italian Restaurants in Norristown
This article presents a curated list of five Italian restaurants located in Norristown. Have you had the chance to visit any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Person struck, killed by truck on Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Police say a man checking the load on a utility truck along Interstate 476 in Montgomery County on Friday morning was struck and killed by a passing tractor-trailer.
Data from Philly DA's office shows decline in arrests, serious charges at Macy's in Center City
Data released by the Philadelphia District Attorney's office on Friday shows a decline in the number of arrests and the seriousness of the charges for retail theft at Macy's in Center City since DA Larry Krasner took office.
Montgomery County seeks $1.5 million in state grants to aid 300 households ‘experiencing or at risk of homelessness’
NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County applied for $1.5 million in state grant funding last month to finance initiatives aimed at furthering efforts to mitigate homeless and maintain housing. Elected officials permitted the application to the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund to go forward during a county commissioners meeting...
63-year-old man dies 2 months after dog attack in West Philadelphia
A 63-year-old man who was overcome by a pack of dogs back in October has died two months after the attack in West Philadelphia.
Weekly Safety Report: Fatal Shooting, Lawsuit Against Amtrak, and High Murder Rate in Chester, Pennsylvania
This week in Chester, Pennsylvania, there were three incidents that raised concerns about safety in the city. These incidents include a fatal shooting at a deli, a lawsuit against Amtrak for the deaths of two children on train tracks, and the city being named the murder capital of Pennsylvania.
Police search for man wanted in random machete attacks in Philadelphia park
Philadelphia police on Friday said they were searching for the person behind a series of random machete attacks in a park popular with hikers, runners and bicyclists. Two people sustained injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening in the November attacks in Northeast Philadelphia's Pennypack Park, police Inspector Deshawn Beaufort said at a news conference.
Upcoming Road Repairs in Montgomery County to Impact Local Traffic
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) plans to resurface several state highways in Montgomery County. This work is part of ongoing projects to repair and pave state highways in the Philadelphia region. The work will start on Monday, December 11, and end on Friday, December 15. It will take place between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Inmate to receive at least 25 years for stabbing prison guard with pencil: Prosecutor
A former inmate at SCI Camp Hill is facing a minimum sentence of 25 years for stabbing a corrections officer using a pencil. A Cumberland County jury found Dwayne Hill, 53, of Collegeville, guilty on two counts of aggravated assault related to a June 2021 incident in the prison. Hill...
Tow company owner charged for charging insurance company 3 times what it should've, prosecutors say
WARRINGTON, Pa. (TND) — The owner of a towing company that worked for a township outside Philadelphia is charged with overinflating a bill to an insurance company after a driver's crash. That wreck happened in February. A silver 2018 Toyota Camry struck a curb, hit a telephone pole, and...
The City With the Most Expensive Homes in Pennsylvania
When investing in real estate, deciding where to buy a home is as crucial as the purchase itself. Homes are more than just living spaces; they're significant assets that can appreciate in value over time. However, with soaring home prices and high mortgage rates, affordability is a key concern for potential buyers.
PA norristown's Most Loveable Kittens Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of norristown..
What channel is South Dakota State vs. Villanova on today? Time, TV schedule to watch 2023 FCS quarterfinal game
Here is everything you need to know about South Dakota State vs. Villanova, including TV and streaming options for the game.
Weekly Safety Report: Handyman Fraud, Drug Overdose Theft, and Jewelry Store Burglary in Warrington
This week in Warrington Township, Pennsylvania, several incidents occurred that raised concerns for the safety of the community. These incidents include a handyman defrauding a homeowner and stealing from their house, a man overdosing on illegal drugs and stealing from two stores, and a burglary where over $10,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a store.
Road rage driver wanted after opening fire on another vehicle on Pennsylvania highway: police
WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. - Authorities in Montgomery County are searching for a road rage driver who they say fired multiple shots at another vehicle on a highway exit ramp Thursday morning. Troopers from the Pennsylvania State Police's Philadelphia station were called to the exit ramp from Matsonford Road to I-476...
Weekly Safety Report: Quick-thinking 10-year-old escapes potential kidnapping, Pottstown woman sentenced for arson
In Pottstown, Pennsylvania, two incidents occurred this week. The first incident involved a quick-thinking 10-year-old who escaped a potential kidnapping by asking a cashier to pretend to be his mom. The second incident involved a woman from Pottstown who was sentenced to 10-20 years in prison for burning down an apartment complex in North Coventry, causing injuries and millions of dollars in damage.