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New York Couple Going To Trial in Sesame Place Mask Attack

by Alex Lloyd Gross You may remember reading about Troy McCoy and Shakerra Bonds who were arrested fora vicious assault at a Bucks County Amusement Park.  When the original story broke,  we were were only told a bit of about the incident. Now, we learned so much more from court documents. Troy McCoy sucker punched

Male Robs Bensalem WAWA, Assaults Clerk

by Alex Lloyd Gross Bensalem Police are hoping you will look at the video at the end of this article. They are also hoping  you may know the individual in it and let them know who he is.  On September 9 2020 at 4:30 PM a clerk was working at the WAWA store on the

South Philly Cell Phone Store Robber Sought By Police

by Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Police released very good video of a mask less bandit who stole a personal cell phone from a clerk  working at a Boost Mobile Store on the 2000 block of South Broad Street.September 16 2020, at about 1:40 PM.  The video was just released today, on September 21.  The thief

Fire At Bensalem Car Dealership

by Alex Lloyd Gross A small fire caused some some and water damage to a Bensalem car dealership on Old Lincoln Highway. Shortly before 8:00 PM Sept 6 2020,  This fire caused smoke damage to the document room of the Faulkner dealership and other areas inside the dealership office area. Some doors might have been

Sovereign Citizen Gets Jail For Filing Fake Lien Against IRS Agent

by Alex Lloyd Gross A Sovereign Citizen is someone that thinks they are above the law. They do not recognize authority of any government and they  will tell police officers they are “traveling” when stopped  for traffic violations. They also believe that the Internal Revenue Service has no right of authority to impose any tax

Rep Tina Davis Co Sponsors Bill To Provide Relief To Restaurant Industry

HARRISBURG, Aug. 20 – State Reps. Joe Ciresi, D-Montgomery, and Tina Davis, D-Bucks, have introduced a bipartisan bill that would provide financial relief to bars, restaurants and catering halls that have been struggling financially because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. House Bill 2791, which was assigned to the Commerce Committee after introduction, is also part

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