Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Anthony Hughes, of West Third Street in Lansdale, allegedly disposed of a handgun and a knife owned by one of the men charged in the January robbery and assault at Hen's Coins and Collectibles in Lansdale.
A Lansdale man charged with felony hindering prosecution and apprehension of two of his alleged accomplices in the January robbery and assault at Hen's Coins and Collectibles on West Main Street waived his preliminary hearing Tuesday afternoon in Lansdale District Court. Anthony Hughes, 25, of the unit block of West Third Street, had a misdemeanor charge of possession of a controlled substance withdrawn by the Commonwealth. The felony charge, a misdemeanor charge of tampering with evidence, and a misdemeanor charge of possession of a small amount of marijuana remain against him. Hughes is also accused of disposing of a handgun and a knife in a Dumpster at Brookside Manor Apartments in the days following the robbery, according to court …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Gene 'Ray' Kulp, 18, allegedly robbed Hen's Coins in Lansdale on Jan. 21, along with his cousin Michael Anthony Creciun, 21, of Lansdale, police said. Stolen items were found in a search of their Edgemont Avenue home, police said.
The second of three Lansdale men charged in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day robbery of Hen's Coins in Lansdale heads to trial at Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, after all charges — including numerous felonies — were waived at a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Lansdale district court. Gene "Ray" Kulp, 18, and his cousin, Michael Anthony Creciun, 21, both of the 500 block of Edgemont Avenue, allegedly robbed Hen's Coins and Collectibles in Lansdale Jan. 21 of $9,454 in valuables, in which the owner, Henry Statuti, was assaulted, police said. Creciun agreed to a stipulated preliminary hearing in February and heads to trial on the same charges as his cousin. A third man, Anthony Hughes, 25, of West Third Street, Lansdale, was also …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Michael Anthony Creciun, 21, of Lansdale, and his cousin, Gene "Ray" Kulp, 18, admitted their involvement in the Jan. 21 robbery, police said. Stolen items were found in a search of their Edgemont Avenue home, police said
One of two cousins agreed to a stipulated preliminary hearing in Lansdale District Court last week, and now heads to Montgomery County court for trial on felony armed robbery and felony aggravated assault charges, to name a few, in connection with his alleged involvement in the assault and robbery of a Lansdale business Jan. 21. Michael Anthony Creciun, 21, of the 500 block of Edgemont Avenue, allegedly participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day robbery of Hen's Coins and Collectables on West Main Street in Lansdale. Creciun's younger cousin, Gene “Ray” Kulp, 18, of the same address, was also arrested and charged in the robbery and assault. A third man, Anthony Hughes, 25, of West Third Street, Lansdale, was also arrested and charged …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Cindy Brandt of Lansdale wrote The Reporter in Lansdale saying there is still hope for one of two suspects charged in the Hen's Coins robbery of Jan. 21
Monday, February 4
Cindy Brandt, of Lansdale, is the mother of a friend of Hen's Coins and Collectables robbery suspect Gene Ray Kulp, a North Penn High School senior and football player. Kulp was arrested, along with Michael Creciun and Anthony Hughes, in connection with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day robbery of the Lansdale Main Street business. Brandt wrote a Letter to the Editor of The Reporter, where she expressed hope and prayers for Kulp's future. Read the letter at this link on The Reporter Online.