King of Prussia Crime
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Recent Crime News
Tuesday Jan 20 | via Patch.com
Around 3 p.m. Dec. 18 at the Valley Forge Middle School parking lot. The victim discovered the that her vehicle's passenger side window had been broken and her purse stolen. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 20 | via Daily Mail
Two Pennsylvania brothers were charged with theft, conspiracy and receiving stolen property after allegedly stealing nearly $500,000 worth of sewer grates and selling them for scrap metal. Brian Vetrulli, 36, and John Vetrulli Jr, 38, of Gilbertsville, were arrested on Saturday in the King of Prussia section of Upper Merion Township in their white 2013 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via PennLive.com
Sarah O'Neill ,35, a teacher at Church Farm School, an all-boys private school in Exton, Pa., allegedly had a 10-month sexual relationship with a then-16-year-old student that included love letters, stays at Motel 6 and oral sex in a car. Bonnie Hendzel, 50, and Mary Tumminello, 27 are charged with stealing information from the files of the Greater Pittsburgh Police Federal Credit Union while working the nightshift tidying the office. Comment?
Monday Jan 12 | via Patch.com
The following information comes from the Tredyffrin Township Police Department. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via Philly.com
JAMES WALSH, one of the most notorious of the "goons" in the local Ironworkers union who committed acts of violence and sabotage at nonunion-contractor sites, told a federal jury yesterday that his actions had the approval of the union's leadership. That administration included Joseph Dougherty, 73, the former longtime head of Ironworkers Local 401, who is on trial on racketeering conspiracy, arson and extortion charges. Comment?
Monday Jan 5 | via Philly.com
Joseph Dougherty, one of the city's most powerful labor leaders and an unapologetic enemy of nonunion contractors, was found guilty Tuesday of using arson, intimidation, and violence for years to keep members of his Ironworkers Local 401 in jobs. His conviction on charges of racketeering conspiracy and related counts of vandalism and extortion came after five days of apparently fraught jury deliberations. Comment?
Saturday Jan 3 | via PennLive.com
"Even if performance in this case had been flawless, almost certainly would still have received the death penalty," Justice J. Michael R. Eakin concluded in the Supreme Court's main opinion issued this week. Eichinger, now 42, was convicted and sentenced in December 2005 for two sets of murders he committed in 2005 and 1999. Comment?
Dec 24, 2014 | via MyFoxPhilly
Police say they've arrested a woman suspected of speeding off after hitting a valet with her car outside a suburban Philadelphia restaurant. Michele Simons was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence, aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, reckless endangerment and other offenses. Comment?
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