Two brothers from Philadelphia have been ordered to stand trial after being accused of committing a home invasion robbery in Towamencin Township on Saturday, October 19th. Authorities say, 24 year old, Phereourn Sream and his brother, 26 year old, Phrira Sream, along with two other men, assaulted and terrorized two brothers, who were inside the home on the 600 block of Chadbourne Court. The four men made off with property. The Sream brothers were captured by Towamencin Township and Philadelphia Police through a tip on October 22nd on the 5500 block of North Fairhill street in Philadelphia. The property they took during the home invasion was recovered. The two other men remain at large. The Sream brothers will be arraigned on January 15th.
A 21-year-old Montgomery Township man won’t see the light of day for the next 10 to 20 years after admitting he sexually assaulted an 11 year old girl. Police say, Kareem Richardson sexually assaulted the girl several times in 2011 when he was 18 years old. An investigation was opened in June of 2011. The guardian of the girl confronted Richardson about the sexual assaults and he admitted to her that he did have sex with the girl. The young girl also told police that Richardson sexually assaulted her. It’s not known what his connection was to the girl. Prosecutors dropped other charges after Richardson plead guilty. After Richardson’s release, he’s ordered to have no contact with the victim and must report his address to state police for 25 years in accordance with the Pa. Sex Offender Registration and Notification act.
Convicted of selling the gun that killed Plymouth Township Police Officer Brad Fox, Michael Henry was sentenced to a prison term of 20 to 66 years. Henry attempted to have his sentence reduced. Montgomery County Judge Joseph Smyth denied Henry’s request Tuesday. Henry filed for a reduced sentence, calling the court proceedings, a circus atmosphere.
The Norristown 9/11 Heroes Run Committee releases some numbers concerning money raised in the 1st Annual Norristown 9/11 Heroes Run of the Travis Manion Foundation.
The run, held in early September, raised 32,000 dollars. 16,000 dollars will be presented to the Fox Children’s Fund to support the children of fallen Plymouth Township Police Officer, Brad Fox. Another 16,000 dollar check was presented to the Montco. heroes fund to provide financial support for families of Montgomery County Firefighters and Police Officers. The Travis Manion Fund was founded in honor of Lt. Travis Manion, who was killed in action while protecting wounded soldiers in Iraq’s Anbar Province