The alleged actions of a 60-year-old man have him in trouble with police for the 2nd time in one week. Towamencin Township Police accuse Thomas Clifford of exposing himself to a married couple at the Main Street Apartments at 11 Sunday night. According to the couple, Clifford was completely naked during the incident. Police arrested Clifford on Monday. The Towamencin man was arrested last Wednesday for allegedly exposing himself to two boys at the main street apartments. He was released on that charge after posting 5-grand. Clifford is now in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility after ailing to post 25-thousand dollars bail in the Sunday incident. Clifford faces a list of charges.
A 32-year-old Bensalem Township man is under arrest after authorities discovered more than 1,000 images of young children engaging sex acts. Police say, Salvador Barbaro Jr faces 200 counts of child porn charges. Investigators with the Pennsylvania Office of The Attorney General and Bensalem Township Police served a search warrant Wednesday where the images were allegedly found on his home computer. Barbaro also told investigators he snapped a picture of a 13-year-old girl he saw on a train. Barbaro is being held on 200-thousand dollars bail.
A Sellersville man faces a list of charges after allegedly using Craigslist to lure a teen girl to a hotel. Officials with the U-S Department of Homeland Security say, 39-year-old, Michael Barndt thought he was communicating with a 14-year-old girl, but on the other end of the messages he was receiving through yahoo, was an agent with homeland security. According to court documents, filed in Delaware, Barndt used the phrase “Real Teen Fantasy” in his search for a teenage girl. Barndt sent messages to the agent, who he thought to be a 14-year-old girl between June 7th and June 13th. He’s charged with attempted coercion and enticement of a minor, along with attempted transfer of obscene matter to a minor.
someone detonated a bottle bomb in Towamencin Township, an act that police believe could have been precipitated over bad blood between residents. Towamencin Township Police say the device exploded on the 300 block of Erie Drive Monday night just before 10:30. Residents who heard the loud blast saw a Honda Civic driving away. The Montgomery County Bomb Squad was asked about the device. Anyone with information is asked to call Towamencin Township Police at