A Plumstead, Bucks County man’s recklessness behind the wheel will cost him 8 to 25 years of freedom. 38-year-old Drew Bodden was speeding on 611 in Doylestown last Thanksgiving Eve. Bodden’s Mustang hit a car from behind. The resulting impact killed 9-year-old Holly Huynh and critically injured her grandmother, Suzanne Berry. Police say Bodden was driving 135 miles per hour at the time of the crash.
Police in Florida continue to accuse and pursue the prosecution of Lansdale resident, 59-year-old Joseph Cionzynski in connection with photos police say he took of an eight year old boy at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. Police say, the incident happened on August 2nd in a bathroom stall. The 8-year-old boy frantically rushed from the bathroom after telling his mother a man had reached under the stall and snapped some pictures of him with a cell phone. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Florida issued an arrest warrant after finding the pictures of the boy on Cionzynski’s cell phone. He was arraigned last Wednesday in District Court in Lansdale. On Monday he was released after posting 25-thousand dollars bail. Police in Florida also say he told them he was a scout leader.
A Hatboro women is dead, another woman who was walking with her is listed in critical condition. The Montgomery County D-A’s office is investigating the incident that happened at around 12:17 Monday morning when Francisca Polanco and Mable Cruz were hit by a car as they walked on York road, near the intersection North York Road and Hunters Way. Polanco was pronounced dead at the scene, Cruz is in critical condition. The driver, an adult male, stopped after allegedly hitting the two women and is cooperating with the investigation.
The Montgomery County Law Library is again a target of theft. Bruce Piscadlo, the former head of the law library faces a list of charges, including several theft charges and conspiracy. According to reports, Piscadlo hastily retired in late December. He was released after posting 20-thousand dollars bail. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for August 30th. In June, the law library’s bookkeeper was arrested on charges of using the library’s Amazon account to buy more than 25-hundred dollars of college text books. Barbara Melnyk will be in court on September 18th.