Cemetery Thieves Stole From People Visiting Graves, Police Say
Police departments in seven Bucks and Montgomery communities believe Bensalem Police nabbed a trio of alleged thieves who stole from cars in cemetery lots while people visited graves, according to reports.
They mostly targeted women at the cemeteries, Bensalem police sergeant Andy Aninsman told CBSPhilly, stealing purses from unoccupied cars at the cemeteries. About $5,000 was stolen in cash and unauthorized credit card use.
Blogger’s Note: Montgomery and Bucks County – where? Pennsylvania of course.
Missing Woman’s Body Found in Creek
A Falls Township woman went missing in 2010 and was declared legally dead in 2011, and though officials didn’t have her body, the district attorney’s charged her ex-boyfriend with murder. In a startling turn, reports indicated that after all this time, the ex-boyfriend allegedly told authorities where to find the body, and her remains were retrieved from a creek two weeks ago, philly.com reported
Cocaine, Potato Salad on Woman’s Shopping List, Police Say
Police are investigating a crash in which a 21-year-old woman rear-ended a 76-year-old man and was in possession of a list that included German potato salad, cocaine, a reminder to get high and Pepsi, according to Whitemarsh Police.
Woman Killed in Crossfire; Gunman Surrenders, Police Say
An 89-year-old neighbor of the man involved in a shootout with police at a Warminster apartment complex Tuesday evening was killed in the crossfire, officials said.
Marella’s Manner of Death Ruled ‘Undetermined,’ Police Seek Public Help In CaseInvestigators
still aren’t certain how an Ambler woman died last year and are asking the public for help.They want to know who Natalie Marella was with in the hours before her body was discovered near a cornfield in New Hanover Township on Aug. 29, 2012.
While the investigation continues into the death of the 26-year-old Marella, the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office has announced the findings of the investigation into her cause of death.
The Montgomery County Coroner, (Walter I. Hofman)determined that a seizure disorder caused Marella’s death, according to a press release. The release also notes that she had a head injury, which it describes as a “significant condition.” A toxicology report showed no significant findings.
While officials reached a conclusion on what killed her, they’re still not sure how it happened; the manner of Marella’s death has been ruled “undetermined.”
Blogger’s note: Walter I Hofman, coroner of Montgomery County, Pa is the same coroner who refuses to release information about the sudden, unattended death of Raymond Marc Zachry who died in 2007 from poison, according to toxicology reports that Coroner Hofman refuses to allow family members access to retesting results or an explanation of redacted and altered reports.
All are recent reports from Pennsylvania. Strange goings on in Pennsylvania. Their elected coroners need only a high school diploma and meet a residency requirement to declare manner and cause of death.