Friday, April 12, 2013
Joseph Budick, 85, of Plymouth Township, allegedly sexually assaulted the girl between 2005-2008.
A Plymouth Township man was arrested Thursday on charges of sexually abusing a female minor between the years of 2005 and 2008 at his home, according to Plymouth Township Police Chief Joseph Lawrence and Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman. Joseph Budick, 85, of Shasta Road in Plymouth Township, stands accused of sexually abusing the girl between the years of 2005-2008, police said. He faces charges of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault and corruption of minors, according to the Ferman. For more on the story, visit the Plymouth Whitemarsh Patch.
Monday, February 25, 2013
A man was taken into custody in Montgomery County Friday for a September sexual assault case.
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman was instrumental in helping solve a New Jersey sexual assault case from September. A man was arrested on Friday in conjunction with a sexual assault case which occurred last fall in Stone Harbor, N.J. Charles Boone, 43, was arrested Sunday in Montgomery County, Pa., according to the Middle Township Gazette, Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor and Stone Harbor Police Chief Paul Reynolds told the press he faces charges of sexual assault and burglary. The result was made possible with the cooperation and work of Ferman's office. "A Montgomery county district attorneys office detective learned that the defendant was living in our county and was the subject of a fugitive warrant for …
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Limerick Township Police Chief Bill Albany reports a high amount of sexual assaults reported to the department over the past month.
There have been seven different sexual assault cases over the course of the past month according to Limerick Township Police Chief Bill Albany. Albany reported that each case is unrelated to the rest and that they all involve a child being sexually assaulted by a family member or close friend to the family. In most cases, Albany said, an older juvenile assaults a younger juvenile. "This is unusual for the township," Albany said. "We usually average two of these cases a month." Suspects in each of the cases are known, Albany reported. Albany cautioned the public about leaving children alone with certain people. "Unfortunately in these particular cases, they were with an individual who the parents trusted," he said. "Any time you have a …