Upper Gwynedd Police Seek Child Luring Suspect

Upper Gwynedd police want to talk with a man that might have tried to lure a teeneage girl into the woods near Parkside place.   Investigators say the suspect approached the 14-year-old as she was walking on the sidewalk and tried to engage her in conversation.   The girl ignored him and started to walk faster but the suspect kept talking as he kept pace with her.   She finally took her shoes off and ran across Sumneytown Pike to get away.   The suspect is described as a white man in his 40s standing about five foot, ten inches tall.   He had a skinny build and a mustache.  

Man Hears Noise, Then Sees Side of House on Fire

Five fire companies respond to a house fire Sunday evening, just after six in Upper Gwynedd Township on Wissahickon Avenue. Fire officials say a 31-year-old man was able to escape the blaze. The man, who rents a second floor room in the home, heard a noise. When he looked outside he saw flames on the side of the house. Fire officials are still investigating the fire. No one was injured.

Bucks County DA Rules Shooting Justifiable

Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler has ruled the shooting death of a Feasterville man justifiable.   50-year-old Kenneth Phillip was killed by a Northampton Township police officer last month less than an hour after he murdered his wife with a shotgun as she sat in the front seat of her car.   The daughter of the victim was in the passenger seat of the vehicle as her mother was killed.   

Upper Gwynedd Twp. Police Dept. Unveils New Slogan

“To Protect and Serve” and “Duty, Service, and Integrity” are some notable police department slogans around the region and nation. Upper Gwynedd Township Police Department unveiled a new slogan that serves a message to the people it protects. Sergeant John Brinkmann says, the upper Gwynedd Township Police Department’s new slogan is “community first”

“Talk amongst our officers and higher ups, we came up with a slogan that basically sums up what we do in Upper Gwynedd Township, and that is to serve the community to best of our abilities. It’s important to put the communities concerns at the forefront when performing our duties.”

The “community first” slogan is now visible on the front bumper of all Upper Gwynedd Township Police vehicles.

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