A Souderton man will spend nearly two years behind bars in connection with a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl. According to court records, Keith Hunter admitted to the court that he engaged in sex with a 14-year-old girl. The incidents happened between August of 2011 and March of 2012 in Franconia Township. Hunter was in his late teens when he was involved with the girl. Hunter, now 20-years-old, will face two years of probation when he’s released. He’s also barred from using Facebook and taking another job as a camp counselor. Hunter met the teen when he was a counselor at the Indian Valley Boys and Girls Club.
Lansdale Borough Police know more about a missing Lansdale woman, Sergeant Alex Kromdyk says, Amanda Schumacker was seen in Philadelphia on North Broad Street Tuesday with a male.
“From that report, she was o-k, but we would really like her to reach out to Lansdale Borough Police to make sure she’s safe.”
Schumacker, 26, was reported missing after leaving the hospital on June 20th. She left behind her clothing, money and medicine, which caused additional concern
A Pennsylvania National Guard Solider who failed to report for duty since last Friday led Pa. National Guard Command to check on the man who lives on the 1300 block of Lynn Drive in Lower Pottsgrove Township. Authorities arrived just before noon. After several hours, officers heard a gun shot from within the home. Just before 4pm, officers made their way into the home and found the man in a second floor room. Residents, who were asked to leave their homes, were allowed to return just before six. The investigation continues. The man’s name is being withheld until family can being notified
Burglars take advantage of the July 4th holiday to burglarize Inglewood Elementary school on Allentown Road. Towamencin Township Police Chief Tim Dickenson.
“They gained entry through an area that was under construction at the time. They took ten 20-foot long copper pipes, 18 brass ball valves, 100 copper fittings of various sizes and five reels of nearly 2,500 foot each of solid number 12 copper wire.”
Dickenson says, the burglars hit the site between 3pm July 4th and 6am of July 5th. The copper has an estimated value of 12-hundred dollars. The value of the rest of the stolen property is still being assessed.