Police Impersonator, Restaurant Fire Top Regional News
A collection of stories from around the region that you may have missed over the past week.
Police released a sketch of the unidentified man, who they say used a flashing blue light on his dashboard to conduct a "traffic stop" on a woman in the Evansburg section of Lower Providence Township on Feb. 11.
Police say 54-year-old Warren Pennick of Lansdale killed his mother by pushing her down their basement stairs and cutting her throat last Halloween. His attorney said he suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
The fire at Valley Forge Beef & Ale in Audubon began early Saturday afternoon. More than 100 firefighters from around the region responded to the blaze.
Sean Quinn, 46, was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Feb. 11.
A Collegeville-area mother and her two children were involved in the Valentine's Day accident in Upper Providence Township. The other driver, a 17-year-old from Lansdale, was unhurt.
The former New York Mets star and likely future Hall of Famer was born in Norristown and grew up in Phoenixville. Hundreds waited in line to see him on Feb. 13.