Lansdale Police are asking the public for help in finding a suspected drug smuggler. 52-year-old Glendon Fenty of Philadelphia has eluded capture since he fled from police about a year-and-a-half ago. A felony warrant is out for his arrest for facilitating the transport of 203 pounds of marijuana from Arizona to Lansdale. He sped away when police spotted him unloading bales of the drug from a tractor trailer into his pickup truck.
OVER A FOUR-YEAR PERIOD, 642-THOUSAND DOLLARS DISAPPEARED FROM WARRINGTON COMMUNITY AMBULANCE. AUTHORITIES NOW BELIEVE THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ALLEGED THEFT IS SOMEONE WHO HAD EASY ACCESS TO THE CASH….56-YEAR-OLD DANETTE LEWCHICK. THE JAMISON WOMAN CAME ABOARD IN 2008 TO SERVE AS THE FINANCIAL SECRETARY FOR WARRINGTON COMMUNITY AMBUILANCE. LEWCHICK, ACCORDING TO HER ATTORNEY, HAS A GAMBLING ADDICTION THAT GREW TO 40-THOUSAND DOLLARS, WHICH SHE OWES AN ATLANTIC CITY CASINO. LEWCHICK ALSO FILED FOR BANKRUPCTY AFTER PILING-UP DEBTS OF 400-GRAND. LEWCHICK IS BEING HELD IN BUCKS COUNTY PRISON AFTER FAILING TO POST 25-THOUSAND DOLLARS BAIL.
IT’S HOUSE ARREST FOR A DREXEL HILL MAN AFTER HE TELLS A JUDGE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURT THAT HE RIPPED OFF MORE THAN 165-THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF COPPER FROM THREE VERIZON FACILITIES IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY AND BUCKS. 45-YEAR-OLD JAMES BASLER HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SERVE 23-MONTHS. THE FIRST 9-MONTHS WILL BE SERVED AS HOUSE ARREST. THE ADDITIONAL TIME OF HIS SENTENCE WILL BE PROBATION. THE THEFTS AT THE VERIZON FACILITIES HAPPENED BETWEEN 2007 AND 2010 IN POTTSTOWN AND LANSDALE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY AND CHURCHVILLE, BUCKS COUNTY.
A QUAKERTOWN WOMAN IN HEADED TO COURT IN CONNECTION WITH ASSAULTING TWO MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP POLICE OFFICERS DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF MARCH 2ND. POLICE SAY, 37-YEAR-OLD, MIRAMANI NASH WAS PULED OVER AFTER ALLEGEDLY ALMOST HITTING A POLICE CAR. POLICE SAY ONE OF THE HEADLIGHTS ON HER CAR WAS OUT WHEN SHE TRIED TO MAKE AN ILLEGAL TURN ON ROUTE 309. OFFICERS PLACED THE WOMAN’S PASSENGER IN HANDCUFFS AFTER FINDING EVIDENCE OF DRUGS, BUT ACCORDING TO POLICE, NASH BECAME IRRATIONAL AND STARTING STRUGGLING AND KICKING THE OFFICERS TO THE POINT WHERE ONE OFFICER USED A STUN GUN TO END THE CONFRONTATION AND BRING NASH INTO CUSTODY. SHE FACES 11 CHARGES. NASH WAS RELEASED FROM CUSTODY ATER POSTING 25-THOUSAND DOLLARS BAIL. A COURT DATE FOR NASH IS PENDING.