Saturday, January 26, 2013
Kevin Covaleski, 47, and Kyle Sterling, 58, were reportedly having sex inside a car behind Holiday Inn in Towamencin. Police said a loaded .22-caliber handgun was found in the console of the vehicle
Two men allegedly found by police engaged in sexual activity in a car in the rear parking lot of Holiday Inn in Towamencin resulted in one of them being arrested and charged for carrying a concealed weapon without a license. Kevin Covaleski, 47, of the unit block of S. 11th Street, Quakertown, was taken into custody by Towamencin Police around 11:30 a.m. Jan. 24 and charged with firearms not to be carried without a license and disorderly conduct, police said. Covaleski was arraigned by District Judge Harold Borek and released on $5,000 unsecured bail, police said. Police investigated a suspicious occupied vehicle in the rear parking lot of the hotel at 1750 Sumneytown Pike, and found the occupants engaged in sexual activity, police said. …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Kris Kringle arrived early to the North Penn area Friday night with his annual tenure at Montgomery Mall
Montgomery Mall's reindeer roof parking is filled up for the next 51 days. Santa Claus has come to town. Kris Kringle brought his cherry nose and twinkling eyes to the North Penn area Friday night, with an arrival and traditional grand entrance to the mall via Fire Department of Montgomery Township. Check out The Reporter's Brian Bingaman's story of Santa's 2012 arrival here. Last year, Montgomeryville-Lansdale Patch got an exclusive interview with St. Nick — read all about it and watch a video at this link. Happy Thanksgiving — and Merry Christmas! Subscribe to our free daily newsletter | Follow us on Facebook | Follow us @LansdalePatch|Subscribe to our YouTube page
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Judge Robert Simpson ruled Tuesday that implementation of Pennsylvania's new Voter ID law be put on hold until after the Nov. 6 general election.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
A judge ruled today that Pennsylvania's tough new Voter ID Law should be put on hold until after the Nov. 6 general election, according to an Associated Press report. The ruling can be appealed to the state Supreme Court, which said it would expedite any further action in the case since Election Day is just five weeks away. Do you agree with the ruling? Tell us in the comments section below. Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson heard two days of testimony last week, as directed by the Supreme Court, to determine whether the state has made it easy enough to get a photo ID in order to vote. Opponents say the law, and the process to get an ID, disenfranchises voters. Supporters say the law will prevent voter fraud - but that justification …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
A three-car collision occurred Thursday morning at Bethlehem Pike and Advance Lane in Hatfield Township. One man was pronounced dead at the scene and a second driver was airlifted for medical treatment.
UPDATE 10:45 P.M. Dr. Walter Hofman, coroner of Montgomery County, has identified the victim in the Thursday morning crash as Nathaniel Rocque, 25, of Quakertown. UPDATE THURSDAY 2 P.M. The male driver of a red Toyota Corolla died at the scene of an accident Thursday morning at Bethlehem Pike and Advance Lane in Hatfield. According to Dan Sokil of The Reporter, the driver was northbound on Bethlehem Pike/Route 309 and drifted into the inside southbound lane. The car was hit head-on by a silver Subaru Forester that was southbound on 309, according to the article. The female driver of the Forester was removed by firefighters from Hatfield, Hilltown and Colmar fire companies, along with Volunteer Medical Service Corps of Lansdale, according …