Regional Roundup: Assault of Minor Reported in Langhorne
Today's top stories from the Bucks/Montgomery County area.
Sexual Assault of Minor Reported at Langhorne Barnes & Noble Falls Township police are looking for a man suspected of touching a little girl. Find out more at Levittown Patch.
Horsham Plans to Revitalize 611, Repair ParksIn its 2013 $14.1 million budget, Horsham is looking to spruce up an older section of Route 611. Read more about the plan at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Services Set for Holly Berry Huynh Visitation and funeral services have been set for Wednesday and a memorial fund started in honor of the little girl killed in last week's deadly car crash. Find out more about the services at Doylestown Patch.
Student Struck by School Bus Centennial School District is reporting that a student was hit by a school bus in Warminster this morning. Read more about the incident at Upper Southampton Patch.
Police Respond to 3 Residential Burglaries and More Three reports of residential burglaries, an attempted residential burglary, criminal mischief and more were listed in a recent police blotter in Northampton. Get more info about the incidents at Northampton Patch.
Lower South Elementary Welcomes Home Colonel from Afghanistan A Lower Southampton Elementary first grade class welcomed home a retired colonial from Afghanistan. Read more about the visit at Lower Southampton Patch.
String of Burglaries Reported in Newtown Grant Newtown Township Police are investigating three home burglaries that have occurred over the past week in Newtown Grant, according to police. Get more info about the burglaries at Newtown Patch.
Another Case of Counterfeit Money in Lower Moreland An employee of Ferrari Sunoco, 2295 Huntingdon Pike, called LMPD to report that someone tried to pass him a counterfeit $100 bill. Read more about the incident at Lower Moreland Patch.
Taste of Willow Grove Set for December 2 The event is designed to allow neighbors to intermingle with business people and local dignitaries. Get more details at Upper Moreland Patch.