Police told NJ.com that a 22-year-old Warminster man was shot in the stomach Wednesday after a robbery gone bad.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Joseph Canazaro co-owned Finn McCool's in Ambler. Suspects believed to have fled in victims' pickup truck; described as armed and dangerous
Update, 5:03 p.m. The last murder that occurred in Hilltown Township was in 1990 at 12 Key Drive, when Eric Motis stabbed his neighbor Louise C. Hoopes, 42, a secretary at Grand View Hospital, and her sons Douglas, 16, and Daniel, 14, in their beds. Motis, 26, committed suicide in prison in 1998. Motis was facing three life sentences after pleading guilty at trial in 1991. Update, 4:23 p.m. The Reporter reports the black pickup truck has been located in Upper Bucks County. The truck has been located behind Quakertown Plaza Shopping Center on the 1400 block of West Broad Street in Quakertown. Update, 4:14 p.m. Chief Chris Engelhart has identified the victim as Joseph Canazaro, 48. Canazaro lived at the Swartley Road home with his girlfriend…
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The incident happened at the nearby AC Moore parking lot, and Warminster police advised the district to conduct the lockdown as a precaution. It was lifted at 12:45 p.m.
A purse snatching Thursday morning in the parking lot of AC Moore on Street Road forced Centennial School District officials to place nearby Willow Dale Elementary and Log College Middle School on lockdown. For instant updates, follow Warminster Patch on Facebook and Twitter. A statement from the Warminster Police Department says the assailant, a white male possibly in his early 20s with a light beard and wearing a dark jacket, jeans and wool hat, took the purse from an elderly woman who was with her husband at the time. He then fled to the area around Street and Norristown roads. According to a spokesperson with the school district, the Warminster Police Department recommended the lockdown around 10:45 a.m. as a safety precaution. Police…
Thursday, September 27, 2012
According to reports, police arrested the suspect Wednesday morning after an officer spotted him escaping out a side window.
A Warminster man is charged with two felony counts of burglary and criminal trespassing after police arrested him after he jumped out of the side window of a home on Valley Road, according to a release by the Warminster Police Department. Mark Teufel, 28, has been remanded to the Bucks County Correctional Facility on $50,000 bail. According to the report, a witness phoned the police Wednesday morning when he did not recognize a young man loitering outside a neighbor's home. Officers from the Warminster and Warrington police departments arrived at the house and saw that the suspect had entered the premises. While surrounding the home, an officer saw Teufel jump out the side window. The report says Teufel had jewelry from the home in his …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
An Upper Southampton man is charged on multiple counts related to the incident.
Update, May 31, 9:30 a.m.: Horsham police officer Lt. Jon Clark said that the department has not yet determined if Foley is the same suspect for the May 27 robbery of the 7-Eleven on Moreland Road in Horsham, but detectives are very interested in him as a person of interest and are deeply investigating the matter. Original story: Acting on information provided by an anonymous source, Warminster police have arrested and charged a suspect in connection with the May 26 robbery of the 7-Eleven at 220 E. Street Road. Sean Paul Foley, 19, of the 400 block of Springfield Road in Upper Southampton, was arraigned by Judge Jean Seaman on multiple counts, including Robbery, Making Terroristic Threats, Possession of a Firearm, Simple Assault and …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Authorities said the man, who fits the description of a suspect who robbed the Warminster store earlier this month, may have robbed a Horsham Township location on Sunday afternoon.
Horsham Police are on the lookout for a white male who allegedly robbed the 7-Eleven convenience store at 100 Moreland Road and may have also robbed the Warminster location a few days earlier. Police said the man, who had some facial hair and was wearing a hoodie and dirty jeans during the 2:40 p.m. robbery Sunday, demanded that the clerk give him all the money. The suspect put his right hand into his pocket and made motions indicating he had a weapon, according to police. He then fled the store toward Blair Mill Road. Police said about $300 was taken during the robbery. Surveillance video is not available, police said, because the store's recorder was not working. The suspect is believed to have fled in a vehicle which may have been …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A man who claimed that he had beaten and robbed at a Sunoco mini-mart at Warminster and County Line roads Tuesday afternoon, has been arrested for filing a false police report.
A man who initially appeared to have been a victim of a beating and robbery Tuesday has been arrested after Upper Moreland Police said the man fabricated the entire story. The man, who police have not named, had claimed that two Hispanic males between the ages of 18 and 20 had beat him and robbed him at the Sunoco mini-mart, located at Warminster and County Line roads in Upper Moreland, on the Hatboro border. Following the report, police issued an alert on Nixle asking for help in locating the alleged suspects. K9 units and patrol officers from multiple jurisdictions assisted in the search for the suspects. As a result of the information provided by the man, two subjects were briefly detained and investigated. Police sent a followup …
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Four suspects have been arrested and another is incarcerated for an unrelated offense.
Four men have been arrested and charged in connection with a March 2011 home invasion robbery in which a 33-year-old disabled Hatboro man was pistol-whipped and severely beaten with a crow bar. This week's arrests of Troy Schussler, 30, of Horsham, Teron Utsey, 29, of Warminster, Robert Johnson, 31, of Perkasie and Michael Wroblewski, 26, of Hatfield follow a year-long joint investigation conducted by the Hatboro Police Department and the Montgomery County Detective Bureau. Charges include felony counts of robbery, criminal conspiracy, burglary, aggravated assault and weapons offenses. A fifth suspect, Huett Kendall "KG" Johnson, formerly of Hatboro and presently incarcerated in the state of New Jersey, is also facing charges related to …