OMG PD: Drunk Daughter Pops Pops, Bomb Bandit Strikes Giant
Check out these unusual police stories from the Montgomery County area.
Drunk Daughter Pops Pops: According to a report on the Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch, police were to dispatched to a home where they found an intoxicated 25-year-old woman repeatedly punching her father in the face. The police report lists the woman as being four inches shorter and fifteen pounds lighter than her father. Read the full story here.
Bombs Away: According to a report on the Ambler Patch, a man strapped with a fake bomb entered and robbed a Giant Food Store during the late evening of December 4. The suspect received an undisclosed amount of money, before fleeing the scene on foot. Read the full story here.
Loose Lips Sink Ships: According to a report on the Pottstown Patch, two men are facing multiple felonies for a planned cigarette heist from a local gas station. No burglary actually occurred, as a patroling officer arrested the duo for trespassing on the property, but that didn't stop one of them from spilling the beans on the whole plan. Read the full story here.
When Coyotes Attack: According to a report on the Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch, a number of recent coyote sightings have neighbors on edge in Lafayette Hill. One man said he even saw several coyotes circle and attack a domesticated feline last spring. Read the full story here.
Nude Male Disturbs the Peace: According to a report on the Lower Saucon Patch, a 23-year-old man was taken into custody after police found him wandering a neighborhood and screaming while in the nude. Read the full story here.
He Must REALLY Hate Soccer: According to a report on the Lower Providence Patch, a man driving a truck with out of state tags was charged with criminal mischief after he decided to go off-roading on the soccer field of an elementary school during a Friday afternoon in November. Read the full story here.
About this column: OMG PD reviews the surprising, shocking, stunning and occasionally silly police-related incidents reported by Montgomery County Patch sites over the last week. All people mentioned in these stories are innocent until proven guilty. Charges and arrests do not indicate guilt. Reach out to Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about this column.