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On Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 at approximately 1:53 am, Amity Township Police were advised of a suspicious male in the parking lot of Wawa, 10 Maplewood Drive, Douglassville, PA. Officers approached the male, later identified as Zachary Stump 38, standing outside a maroon Nissan Quest. While...
Elijah EASON was arrested on Sunday May 6th after being confronted by Walmart employees for theft. During the confrontation, EASON knocked over an employee injuring her and a store patron who was nearby. EASON fled the store and witnesses to the theft and assault intervened by holding EASON down...

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Police responded to the intersection of Penn and Morwood Avenues for two vehicle accident. Three of the five occupants were transported by EMS to Reading Hospital for treatment. The driver of the striking vehicle fled on foot. Police checked the home of the registered owner of the vehicle without...
Police witnessed a Toyota Corolla accelerate at a high rate of speed after making an illegal pass of a slower vehicle. Police performed a car stop in the 600 Blk of Old Fritztown Road and identified the driver as Jarvis Lamonte Morgan. As police approached the vehicle the driver was attempting to...
On Sunday July 2nd, 2017 at approximately 9:27 pm Amity Township Police along with Exeter Township Police Department arrested Eugene Egan 47 W/M of Douglassville on the 1300 block of Butler Lane in Exeter Township. Mr. Egan had an active Felony Arrest Warrant in Amity Township for multiple-...
While conducting an investigation, police were informed of an individual who was selling illegal drugs. Officers and detectives later made contact with the suspect, Marie Torres. A time was set up to make and undercover buy. The suspect arrived on location and was arrested for selling narcotics.
Police conducted a car stop at the interesection of Penn and Cecil Avenues for a headlight that was out and broken. Upon approaching the vehicle police noticed an open case of alcohol in the vehicle. While speaking with the driver, Terry Pingitore, police could smell a strong odor of alcohol. Field...

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