Regional Roundup: Heroin Snorting Pilot Fires Gun in Middletown
Today's top stories from around the region.
Cops: Heroin Snorting Pilot Fires Gun in Middletown: Justin Levitt, 29, of Middletown was taken into custody after police allege he snorted heroin and fired his gun into neighboring condo units. Read more about the incident at Levittown Patch.
Students and Staff Hurt in Simmons Elementary Bus Crash: The Hatboro-Horsham school district said five students and two staff members were taken to the hospital after an accident Tuesday morning. Find out more about the accident at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
Centennial School Board Remains Unchanged Following Reorganization Vote: With no seats up for grabs in the November 2012 election, the Centennial School Board that entered Monday night's reorganization meeting left the building looking exactly the same. Read more about the vote at Upper Southampton Patch.
Fire Crews Respond to Suburban Diner: The building filled with smoke after a minor fire Monday evening. Feasterville Fire Company Chief Frank Walter said the small fire centered on the roof was electrical in nature. Check out pictures from the scene at Lower Southampton Patch.
Tyler Park Deer Hunt is Wednesday: The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Pennsylvania Game Commission have scheduled a one-day regulated deer hunt Wednesday in Tyler Park. Get more info about the hunt at Northampton Patch.
Cold Spring Chorus Moves to Final Round on B101: The Central Bucks school's chorus won Monday's semi-final round in an annual radio competition. Learn how to cast your vote at Doylestown Patch.
Murt Honored for his Leadership in the General Assembly: State Rep Thomas Murt (R) was honored by the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center for his work on the Marcellus impact fee and human service issues. Read more about the recognition at Upper Moreland Patch.
Suspicious Man Approaches 16-Year-Old Girl in Wrightstown: According to police, a 16-year-old girl was approached by an older man in a dark grey van on Midland Road as she exited her school bus at 2:45 p.m. Monday. Find out more about the incident at Newtown Patch.