Regional Roundup: Man Dies After Jumping in Front of Train
And Impact Thrift opened its doors on Saturday to big crowds
Check out these highlights from around the region, and click on the link to read the full article.
Fleeing Suspect Dies After Jumping in Front of Train: A Warminster man, Thomas W. Borden, 33, who was struck by a SEPTA train while fleeing from police in Jenkintown on Monday morning, has died from his injuries, authorities said this afternoon. For more on this go to Warminster Patch.
Impact Thrift's Grand Opening Attracts Large Crowd: An estimated 600 people waited at the doors outside of Impact Thrift in anticipation for its official opening in Feasterville Saturday morning. Read more and see photos on Lower Southampton Patch.
State Troopers Make Five DUI Arrests: Between April 16 and 22, Trevose troopers made five DUI arrests. Get more information about the arrests on Bensalem Patch.
Police Report 2 Incidents on Red Cedar Drive in Levittown: Bristol Township Police reported to two separate incidents on Red Cedar Drive on April 16, according to the recent blotter. An I-Pass was taken from a car parked on the street and a vandal broke the passenger side mirror off of another car on the same street. For more from the police blotter go to Levittown Patch.
Man Cited After Inhaling Compressed Air at Bed Bath & Beyond: Newtown Township police responded to a call on April 17, that two males were acting unruly in Bed, Bath & Beyond. When the subjects were located, one of the men had two cans of compressed air and was inhaling the substance. For more from the police blotter visit Newtown Patch.
Take a Free Test Drive to Help Support Lower Moreland Football: Hopkins Ford will donate $20 to the Lower Moreland football team for every car that is test driven by local residents on Saturday, May 5. Get the full story on Lower Moreland Patch.
School Board to Discuss Sale of Stackpole, New Bell Schedule: The Centennial School Board of Directors will meet Monday evening at 7 p.m. to vote to execute the agreement of the sale for Stackpole Elementary School and more. For the full agenda visit Upper Southampton Patch.