Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Doylestown pharmacist calls doctor's office, only to reach "Nicole."
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, January 15
A Montgomery Township resident allegedly attempted to pass off forged prescriptions as legitimate at a Doylestown pharmacy. It was thanks to an inquisitive pharmacist that authorities caught her. Angelique Thalia Samios, 22, of County Line Road, Montgomery Township, used a doctor’s prescription pad to alter a prescription for herself, according to a report on PhillyBurbs.com. A pharmacist at Country Food Market Pharmacy, on State Street in Doylestown, thought to call Samios’s doctor listed on the prescription, according to reports. When he did so, his call was answered by a woman named “Nicole” who insisted the prescription was “good.” “The pharmacist then looked up the doctor’s office number on the pharmacy computer, called and was told …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
The female driver confused the brake with the gas pedal
A woman was uninjured after confusing her brake with the gas pedal and crashing into the side of Walgreens in Montgomery Township Friday afternoon. The Reporter Online reports that the store at North Wales Road and Route 309 sustained cosmetic damage, and not structural damage. The vehicle was drivable following the accident, according to the article. Read more at this link.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Carl Holliday, 33, of New Jersey, admitted to the robberies in two states, including a TD Bank robbery in Towamencin last December. He was previously convicted in 2008 for misconduct as an officer for his alleged involvement in an assault and kidnapping.
A New Jersey man and former police officer pleaded guilty March 17 to robbing seven banks, including a TD Bank in Towamencin on Dec. 9, 2010. Carl Holliday, 33, of Vineland, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Edwin Kosik to committing the robberies in Pennsylvania and New Jersey between July and December of 2010. Holliday also admitted robbing a Rite Aid Pharmacy in White Haven, PA, according to U.S. Attorney Peter J. Smith. The guilty plea carries a maximum penalty of 160 years in prison for all offenses, followed by a 24-year term of supervised release and a $2 million fine. Holliday was formerly employed as a police officer in Bridgeton, NJ, in 2006, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office. According to an …