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Man Sentenced for Videotaping Women in Gladwyne Bathroom

March 24, 2019

Man Sentenced for Videotaping Women in Gladwyne Bathroom

Norristown, Montgomery County, PA  — A Montgomery County man was sentenced for attempting to use his cellphone to record women while they were in the bathroom at the Philadelphia Country Club, in Gladwyne.

Michael Pierce McKenna, 34, of the 500 block of Ridge Pike, in Whitemarsh Township, was sentenced to seven days to 23 ...

Lower Merion Police K-9 team goes viral on Facebook

Ardmore, Lower Merion Township, PA — A Lower Merion Township Police officer and his K9 partner are featured in a national footwear advertisement according to the police.

The video has gone viral locally and portrays the officer, his partner and the department in an excellent light.  At last check, the video had been viewed over 8,000 times.

Officer Jeffrey Seamans, his partner ...

Sex Spa Arrests in Bryn Mawr

Bryn Mawr, Lower Merion Township, PA — Authorities raided a local spa in Bryn Mawr Thursday that resulted in the arrest of two women, that reportedly are in the country illegally.  

The Kobe Wellness Spa located at 731 Old Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr was raided by Lower Merion Township police and the Pennsylvania State Police.

Detectives allegedly received tips of sexual activity ...

PA Lawmakers Vote to Toughen Pension Forfeitures: Next Stop the Gov

Harrisburg, PA —  The PA State Senate voted earlier today to pass the “Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act.”  The bill amends current law making it harder for government employees and officials to hang on to their government pensions, should they be convicted of a crime related to their job.

The bill passed 44-0 with 3 abstentions.  Governor Wolf has ...

Guilty!  Narberth Man’s Killer Convicted, Sentencing is Next.


Narberth, Lower Merion Township, PA — Family, and friends of John Le are one step closer to the end of a nightmare that started when John Le was gunned down in July 2017.  His killer was found guilty of first-degree murder on Thursday.


A motive for the murder was never really established.  It was reported that the now-convicted murderer, Derrick H. Rollins ...

Serial Bank Robbery Suspect Captured; Haverford Bank Included

Philadelphia, PA — The Philadelphia police and the Philadelphia office of the FBI have announced the arrest of a suspected serial bank robber.

Michael Edmondson, 50, of Philadelphia, was taken into custody on March 9, 2018 and has been arrested and charged in connection with bank robberies in the area.  Calls are into the Philadelphia police and the FBI looking for more ...

Judge Rules Confession Will Be Heard in Trial of Murdered Ardmore Model

Norristown, PA — A Montgomery County judge ruled on March 8 that the alleged confession of the man accused of murdering Ardmore model Christina Carlin-Kraft will be heard by a jury at trial later this year.

Judge William R. Carpenter denied accused killer Jonathan Wesley Harris' request to suppress an alleged statement he gave to police detectives on August 29, 2018, in which Harris ...

Haverford Man Sentenced to 147 Months in Federal Prison for Multiple Armed Bank Robberies

Camden, NJ — A Haverford Township man was sentenced today to 147 months in prison for committing three armed robberies in Salem, Ocean, and Cumberland counties in November 2017, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

According to officials with the US Attorney District of New Jersey, Terrance Robinson, 32, of Havertown, had pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Jerome B.

Dems to Leach: Step Down

Lower Merion, PA — The leaders of the Delaware County Democratic Committee called for Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach to resign from office last week, passing a resolution to that effect and setting an aggressive tone for Leach's ongoing political struggles.

It's been a tumultuous month for Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach. After filing a civil suit against ...

Landowners’ Charge LMSD with Fraud, Collusion, Bad Faith and Arbitrary Action in New Court Filing


The day that LMSD condemned 1835 County Line Road allowing it to be taken by Eminent Domain, the property was effectively titled to the LMSD.  The only option available to the owners to get their property back is to fight a legal battle in court.


Lower Merion Township, PA — Fraud, collusion, and bad faith are alleged in court documents filed on February 7, 2018, ...


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