A 55-year-old Lansdale man, who was last seen on the last day of May, has been found. Lansdale Borough Police say, a person at the Lansdale Train Station, who knew of the man’s disappearance, recognized him and called police. Officers arrived just before 6PM Wednesday and determined that Patrick Malone was the 55-year-old man reported missing by his family. officers drove Malone back to the police station where he contacted his family. Police released information about Malone’s disappearance and thanked the public for its help in the search.
A trash truck crashes in Hilltown Township, killing a Norristown man and sending the driver to Grand View Hospital for treatment. Hilltown Township Police Chief, Christopher Englehart, says it happened Tuesday morning at around 4:30, when the driver lost control of the truck after making a left turn onto Dublin road. The truck skidded on its side into trees, coming to rest around a drainage area. 24-year-old, Ricco Rios was pinned in the truck, he died at the scene.
“Early morning hours, very little traffic, so there were no issues regarding that. They were just out doing their job. Obviously how this tragedy happened, it’s a sad for his family.”
The driver of the truck, Adam Bermudez of East Norriton, was able to climb out of the truck. He was transported to Grand View Hospital for treatment and evaluation. The crash remains under investigation.
A Lansdale family is out several thousand dollars after falling prey to a phone scam on June 27th. The caller identified himself as a member of the federal crime control agency, which does not exist. Lansdale Borough Police Sergeant, Alex Kromdyk says the caller told the man, who lives on Cherry street that he owed money. He ordered the man to go to a nearby store.
“Convert cash in to those green dot money packs. Once that done, the victim gives the serial numbers, which you need to cash those money packs out at the other end, give the serial number and that’s it and our victim is over three thousand dollars out on the first scam.”
The first call originated from a Texas exchange. The second time the man was called, the exchange came from North Carolina, but he starting asking questions and the caller hung up. Kromdyk urges people never to give money over the phone, and always consult with police or family when presented with such a situation.
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.