DUI — April Brown, 32, of Camac Street, Philadelphia, was charged July 12 with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance at the intersection of Township Line and Old York roads in Abington Township.

SIMPLE ASSAULT — Marcel Conway, 40, of Valley Road, Elkins Park, was charged July 12 with simple assault and harassment/physical contact at the 1200 block of Old York Road in Abington.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF — Norman Segers, 27, of Rossiter Avenue, Abington, was charged July 9 with burglary, theft by unlawful taking or disposition, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, and making terroristic threats at the 2800 block of Rossiter Avenue in Abington.

STALKING — Daniel Wright, 22, of Lamott Ave, Willow Grove, was charged July 13 with three counts of stalking and indecent exposure. A woman contacted the Abington Township Police Department back in March, stating that she had “been receiving lewd text messages and social media messages which included photographs of herself accompanied by men performing sexual acts,” police said in a statement. According to a police investigation, “three additional victims were identified,” who “reported having inappropriate pictures of themselves posted on sexually explicit websites.” Authorities then obtained a warrant to arrest the suspect, later identified as Wright, according to police, who added that the investigation remains ongoing. Anyone with information should call Detective Anderson at 267-536-1102.

Armed robbery suspects sought 

Suspects are sought in connection with an armed robbery earlier this month in Abington, according to the Abington Township Police Department. Abington Township police officers responded to a call for service around 2:06 a.m. on July 11 along the 1600 block of Rockwell Road in Abington. Officers observed an 18-year-old man “bleeding profusely from his head,” according to a statement from police. “The victim stated an unknown male demanded money from him, and then struck him in the face with a handgun,” police said in a statement.

Officers then found another victim who told police he was “friends with the first victim, and they had been walking to meet some other friends.” He said that they observed two men wearing hoodies and ski masks approach them. He went on to say that they ran, and “a second suspect chased this victim and caught up to him on the porch of a home.” The suspect was described as also wearing jeans and red shoes. “The suspect pointed a black handgun with a laser sight at him and said, “give that s*** up,’” police said. “The suspect stole the victim’s cash and his sneakers, before fleeing the area.”

Both victims were later taken to an area hospital, according to police. Authorities are continuing the investigation. Preliminary reports indicate “the suspects may have been known to the victims, and that this was not a random assault,” police said. Anyone with information should call the Abington Township Police Department’s Detective Division at 267-536-1100.


Kareem Blair-Lomax 35, Narragansett Street, Philadelphia, was arrested July 16 in connection with an outstanding fraud warrant out of Bristol Township in Bucks County. Jenkintown police officers and EMS personnel responded to a report of an assault around 1:22 a.m. on July 7 in the area of West Avenue and Johnson Street. Officers observed a 44-year-old male victim “bleeding profusely from his back,” and “immediately rendered aid until EMS arrived.”

The victim told police he was allegedly involved in an altercation with another man inside of Buckets Bar and Grill, located at 810 West Ave. He added that the fight between himself and three other men continued outside the bar on West Avenue. The victim stated that “he was stabbed by one of the males.” He was then taken to an area hospital and was deemed to be in stable condition.

Police posted surveillance photos of the suspects on Facebook. Anyone with information should contact the Jenkintown Police Department at 610-635-4300 or at info@JenkintownPD.org.

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