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OMG PD: Dopes Bring Dope to Prison

Check out these unusual police stories from the Montgomery County area.

Dopes Bring Dope to Prison: According to a report in the Perkiomen Valley Patch, three Philadelphia women are facing felony drug charges after they allegedly brought drugs with them while visiting an inmate at Graterford. After being unable to post bail, the trio was placed in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility. Read the full story here.

Road Rage Against the Machine: According to a report in the Ambler Patch, a Whitpain woman is facing multiple charges after a three car accident lead to a delayed incident of road rage. The 51-year-old woman allegedly decided that it would be best to wait for the police to arrive before jumping into the backseat of the striking vehicle and repeatedly striking the driver in the head, in full view of the fuzz. Read the full story here.

Man Steals Steel With Crane: According to a report in the Plymouth Whitemarsh Patch, a 29-year-old Philadelphia man is facing felony burglary charges after he was allegedly captured on video using a crane to steal a 1,500-pound steel plate. Read the full story here.

Person Under the Stairs: According to a report in the Pottstown Patch, a 23-year-old Pottstown man allegedly decided that the best way to ease his concerns about being unemployed and broke was to lock his mother in the basement of their home. Read the full story here.

A Twelve Gun Salute Into Neighbor's House: According to a report in the Limerick Patch, a 49-year-old man is facing multiple charges after he - for unknown reasons - fired 12 gunshots into his neighbor's home. Read the full story here.

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Love25 December 14, 2012 at 01:20 PM
Okay enough with all the "Pops Pops" and "Dopes bring Dope" and "Road Rage against the Madchine" Adding your kitchy humor to serious police stories is out of line and comes off like these stories are of comedy. These are people commiting serious crimes. Do you think a father who recently was assulted by his own daughter is happy reading "Drunk Daughter Pops Pops" ? It is like you are making light of serious situations and the humor isn't even funny. It's is actually very annoying to read. I also find it rude to the victims and the police who have to respond to such situations. Refering the to the police as the Fuzz, really? They are the police and should be respectfully be called as such.
Curmudgeon December 14, 2012 at 07:26 PM
I think it's funnny and you are a scrooge!!! People are stupid, addicts, thieves, and you need to get off your high horse and join the rest of us on earth. Pull the cork out of your a**, relieve some of that pent up pressure.
Hipster Kitty December 14, 2012 at 09:19 PM
No, it's actually libel. The media can say what they are accused of, and if guilty, actually call them the said charges (murderers, thieves, ect.), but they can't go ahead and start calling people "dopes" and other names. Especially if these people aren't guilty, only have been charged. Patch is opening itself to a lawsuit by conducting these types of practices.
Love25 December 17, 2012 at 01:56 PM
These jokes aren't funny. Your sense of humor clearly is that of a 5 year old, as shown by your comment.
Jennifer January 17, 2013 at 07:03 PM
the best headline ever was in the Trenton Paper when a mental unit was on fire it read...ROASTED NUTS! needless to say NAMI didn't like it

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