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PA State Police Issue 123 Warnings To Non Essential Businesses

by Alex Lloyd Gross Since March 23, 2020, Pennsylvania State Police have issued 123 warnings across the state  to businesses that were open in spite of the governor’s order to close . Locally,  those numbers translate to 11 warnings.  There were no citations issued. When troopers came upon a business that was suspected of not

All PA Turnpike Rest Stops Now OPEN

by Alex Lloyd Gross In a knee jerk reaction to stem the spread of Coronavirus,  PA. Governor Tom Wolf ordered all rest stops on the PA Turnpike closed.  That decision did not sit will with truckers who need to use the facilities, or grab a quick bite to eat.  Some have refused to deliver goods 

Lower Bucks County Male Arrested For Selling Meth To Dealers

By Alex Lloyd Gross A Bristol Township male is in police custody, after Bucks County police raided his Bristol- Emilie home. When they raided the house, they found methamphetamine ready for distribution as well as digital scales, baggies of various sizes and other items used in the sale of drugs. Syringes loaded with heroin/fentanyl along with

Effective Immediately Governor Shuts PA Restaurants & Bars

by Alex Lloyd Gross Effective Immediately, in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf has  ordered the suspension of operating privileges of all bars and restaurants that allow sit down, dine in service.  Take out and delivery is still permitted.  This , to stave off the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the world.  This order is for Bucks,

Bensalem Fire Crews Fight House Fire On State Road

by Alex Lloyd Gross Fire Crews from Bensalem and Croydon were called to the 3100 block of State Road in Bensalem for a house fire. As crews were responding in,  a large plume of smoke could be seen by arriving units.  As they arrived, they were greeted by fire and smoke from the second floor.

Police In Some Areas Change Response Protocol Due To COVID-19

by Alex Lloyd Gross With people whipping themselves into an panic over COVID-19  The Bucks County Police Chiefs Association has instituted contingencies for addressing manpower shortages among police departments should they arise as a result of efforts to quarantine individuals exposed to coronavirus.. Police will respond as normal to crimes in progress,  fights, etc but

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