Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Both participants were minors and were turned over to their parents.
Two minors were cited for disorderly conduct Tuesday afternoon following a fight that took place at the 7-Eleven store on Lewis Road near Spring-Ford Area High School. The fight took place shortly after dismissal at the high school. Limerick Township Police Chief William Albany said that both participants in the fight were minors, and both were turned over to the custody of their respective fathers. Both refused medical attention from Trappe Ambulance, which responded to the scene at the request of police. Police units from Royersford and Upper Providence also responded to the scene.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Raquel Rosario, 43, was allegedly captured on video encouraging her daughter to fight another girl outside of an area high school.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
A look back at the week that was.
It was an overly active week for our municipalities’ police departments. Two stabbings on two consecutive nights to start the week was truly not what the community wanted to hear. The assailant was never found in the Sunoco case and it could not be determined who the “stabber” was in the fight. In other news, Royersford Borough Council appointed a new councilman to the empty seat and also shared warning of capital reserve pressures. Spring-Ford had its last regular meeting of the year before reorganization and the woman responsible for the Laver Road accident has been charged by the District Attorney. Did you miss the action this week? Here are the top 12 stories:
Thursday, December 1, 2011
An update to the Monday night melee.
According to Royersford Police Officer Tom Godin, charges will be issued as soon as this weekend for those involved in the fight on Walnut Street in Royersford on Monday night. A 17-year-old juvenile from Collegeville, who was "possibly" stabbed in the fight, Phillip Hashem, 19, of Philadelphia, and Steven Monastero, Jr., 18, of Jeffersonville, will all be charged with: The charges will be filed through summons. Godin reported to Patch that the juvenile did not even know that he was stabbed when police arrived on seen. Hashem was the one that revealed the information. Godin confirmed that the wounds were consistent with puncture wounds from a stabbing, but the actor was never identified. Hashem reportedly witnessed the stabbing, but could …
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
An update on Monday night's melee.
Royersford Police Officer Tom Godin, who originally responded to the six-person fight in Royersford that resulted in two boys going to the hospital on Monday night, provided Patch with an update on Tuesday night. According to Godin, both boys, a juvenile who had numerous bruises and scratches and two puncture wounds, and Phillip Hashem, 19, of Philadelphia, who had a hand injury, were discharged from Pottstown Memorial Medical Center. Godin said he tried to follow up with the boys, but they have not returned his calls. Godin said the investigation is still pending and arrests will be made; however, charges have not been filed yet. An update should come later on in the day. For the original story, click here.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Police responded to a fight in progress on Monday night.
Royersford Police were dispatched at 7:59 p.m. on Monday night for a report of a fight involving multiple subjects in 501 Walnut St., which is an apartment house. The information received, according to responding Officer Tom Godin, was that six people were fighting. The caller, who was calling from another apartment, said she observed subjects that had blood on them from some type of altercation. Godin said he initially responded on scene and observed the subjects getting into a vehicle. Godin said a juvenile male had blood all over him and his friend, an adult male, Phillip Hashem, 19 of Philadelphia, advised that the juvenile male with him had been stabbed. "He did have two puncture wounds on his abdomen area and flank area indicative of…