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Multiple Injuries in Middletown Crash but Family Pet Rescued

by Alex Lloyd Gross West Lincoln Highway,just south of Penndel was closed to traffic today, June 30, 2020 after a grinding two vehicle accident sent multiple people to local hospitals. Police said none of the injuries was life threatening.  The crash happened just before 6:00 PM.   Preliminary reports  indicate a vehicle made a left

Penndel Police: Drunk Driver Crashed and Had Drugs In Car

by Alex Lloyd Gross One male is facing charges  for DUI in Penndel, Bucks County PA.  On June 19 2020, police were called to  Durham & Bellevue for a crash. As they arrived, they found a single vehicle involved in a non injury accident. Upon speaking  with the driver, Johnathon Savino, it was determined that

Motorcycle Rider Killed in Middletown Crash

by Alex Lloyd Gross A man driving a motorcycle was killed  when his motorcycle was involved in a crash on the 600 block of East Lincoln Highway In Middletown Bucks County Pa. today, May 13, 2020..  He was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash happened about 11:45 AM  when the bike was traveling towards

Senior Citizen Charged After Spitting on Grocery Clerk

by Alex Lloyd Gross Charges have been filed against a senior citizen from Lower Makefield, after he is accused of coughing on a grocery worker at Redner’s on Lincoln Highway April 28, 2020. Police said that James Edelstein, 75, of the 2000 block of East Wellington Road, allegedly got into an argument with a cashier.

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

Middletown and Morrisville Police Cars Get Deep Cleaned

by Alex Lloyd Gross Middletown Police got a lucky break  when dealing with COVID-19. Four officers have been exposed to the virus. There are hopes that number will not increase after today. Helping to make that a reality  is National Restoration.  They arrived at the township building and deep cleaned several patrol vehicles, emergency and

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