Former North Wales Man Ordered to Pay in Copper Theft

A one-time North Wales resident will avoid jail time in connection with the theft of copper wiring, but he faces five years of court supervision. Authorities say Robert Diffenderfer conspired with two other men to steal copper wiring from utility poles in Pottstown and upper Providence. Pole say, Diffenderfer and his two accomplices committed the crimes in March and May of 2010. Verizon customers complained about service, which clued the company in on the source of the problem. Judge Thomas Branca has ordered Diffenderfer and the two other men to pay for the cost of the stolen copper, estimated at 8,974.

Alleged Firebug Moves Closer To Trial

fireAn Upper Gwynedd man accused of setting a neighbor’s home on fire to cover up a burglary has moved closer to trial in Montgomery County Court.

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Former Ambulance Official Waives Hearing In Drug Theft Case

A Norristown man accused of stealing drugs from an ambulance squad is heading for trial.

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Bucks Co Man Allegedly Shot Boy, Dog, On Neighbor’s Property

A Hilltown man is accused of shooting an eleven-year-old boy and a dog with a pellet rifle.

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