The director of the Upper Bucks Senior Center has been charged with stealing thousands of dollars from the facility. 60-year-old Rose O'Brien had been credited with keeping the center going after it was burned out of its Quakertown location six years ago. Most recently its been operating out of the Milford Township Fire Company social hall. O'Brien is charged with taking more than $22,000 from the center by wriitng 26 checks on its bank account.
A Lansdale Borough teen is behind bars. Police say he stabbed his brother at around 6pm on Sunday. It happened on the 300 block of West 6th street. Police say the stabbing happened as a result of a heated argument. His brother is believed to be in his early 20’s. Police say, multiple charges have been filed against the teen, including two counts of felony aggravated assault. His brother was treated at Abington Memorial Hospital. The teen is being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility after failing to post 20-thousand dollars bail.
Lansdale Borough police are looking for the driver of a hit and run truck. Police say a white pick up truck, described as a Ford F-250, backed into an unoccupied Mazda CX-7 outside the Third and Walnut Bar on June 7th just before 9:30 in the evening. The Mazda sustained damage. Anyone with info can to call Lansdale Borough police at 215-368-1801. Witnesses say, the two occupants in the car were described as a white male and white female.
A Lansdale man will do a stint in prison after coming clean about his activities with heroin. Police say 34-year-old Paul Gensert admitted to selling heroin in the Lansdale Borough and violating his probation on a previous run-in with the law. Gensert will spend 11 ½ to 23 months behind bars for selling heroin between January and February.