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Parx Casino Opens But It Looks Different

by Alex Lloyd Gross Parx casino is open. But it is a different scene than in February. The first thing you will notice is a  canopy and markers for social distancing. You cannot just walk in . Assume that you get there and it is not busy, you will wait until called.  An employee will

Attorney General Ups the Charges For Frankford Man After 30 Dynamite Sticks Found

HARRISBURG―Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that Talib Crump, 26, of Philadelphia, is being charged after a search warrant at the defendant’s home lead agents to 30 additional sticks of M-1000 homemade dynamite. The defendant claimed to use dynamite to blow up a Philadelphia ATM. He is being charged with an additional 30 counts of weapons of mass destruction,

Police Investigate Theft From Soda Machine In Sellersville

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police in Perkasie, Bucks County are looking to find the person(s) that forced open a soda machine which was outside of  McElhares Service Center on Main Street in Sellersville,  This was done sometime on June 24, 2020. Police are not certain of the exact time of the theft.  They are searching

Police Demoted, Fired and Possibly Arrested From 676 Video

by Alex Lloyd Gross Deputy Police Commissioner  Dennis Wilson took a “voluntary” demotion to the rank of Chief Inspector  after the New York Times published a video of the police response to the 676 protest on June 1, 2020.   That after his boss, Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said “In the weeks that have followed, I have

FBI Offers $10,000 Reward In Bensalem Robbery/Shooting

by Alex Lloyd Gross March 20 2020,  Two black males tried to rob the First Stop Cigarette and Cigar Shop on 919 Bristol Pike.  One male armed with a pistol entered the store, as his accomplice stood lookout.  This was during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and the governor was starting to mandate what

All Bensalem Outdoor Concerts Cancelled

by  Alex Lloyd Gross Unfortunately,  Bensalem  Township has made the decision to cancel all of the remaining concerts at the Penn Community Bank Amphitheater, This is a decision that was not arrived at lightly.   As the region goes into the green phase,  township management had a meeting. They issued a statement :”Unfortunately, Governor Wolf’s phased

Defund the Police Protest Was Mostly Peaceful

by Alex Lloyd Gross There were two protests in Philadelphia today, June 23, 2020.  They both coincided about the same time in the afternoon and kept police busy. The first one was at the Municipal Service Building, where over 20 people were arrested and taken to Major Crimes for processing.  They wanted the police disbanded

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