Thursday, April 25, 2013
Police in Hatboro and Upper Moreland worked together to nab alleged drug dealer.
A Philadelphia man was found with 120 bags of heroin, seven bags of cocaine and a small amount of marijuana during a foiled drug exchange in Hatboro on Wednesday, the Montgomery County District Attorney said. Terrance Malik Anderson, 29, of the 2700 block of W. Master Street, Philadelphia, was charged with possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver, possession of controlled substances and possession of marijuana. "Hatboro Police received information indicating that Anderson was engaged in the illegal distribution of narcotics in the Hatboro area," Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman said in a statement released Thursday. Hatboro Police and Upper Moreland Police, assigned to the Montgomery County Drug Task …
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The following information was supplied by the Hatboro Police Department.
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Tuesday, January 15
The following incidents are part of the Hatboro-Horsham Patch Police Blotter: Warrant Service On Thursday, January 10, at 6:30pm, Michael J. Burns, 36 years old, from Upper Moreland, and Breane M. Bingham, 26 years old, from Upper Moreland, were both arrested on bench warrants from District Court 38-02-08 (Upper Moreland) for failure to pay fines when officers located them at a disturbance on Green lane Terrace. They were released to the custody of a State Constable. Driving Under the Influence On Monday, January 7, at 12:04am, Stephen Pasquarella, 33 years old, from Upper Moreland, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and related traffic offenses when he was stopped in the area of Tanner Avenue and Warminster Road. Driving Under…
Friday, November 9, 2012
The Lower Providence Board of Supervisors recognized police officer Sgt. Keith Gordon for 25 years of service to the township.
Lower Providence Township Police Sgt. Keith Gordon was recognized before the township’s Board of Supervisors for his 25 years of police work in the township. The recognition took place during the Nov. 1 regular board meeting, where board chairman, Richard Brown, read aloud the accomplishments of Gordon’s career in law enforcement and community involvement. “Twenty-five years, that is a mile stone,” Brown said, later adding, "For his 25 years of service to Lower Providence Township, the board of supervisors would like to express our deepest appreciation." According to Brown, Gordon graduated from Upper Moreland High School in June of 1975. He became a police dispatcher with Hatboro Police Department in 1978, and was sworn in as a police …