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Fingerprint left on wine bottle leads to Skippack burglar

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Fingerprint left on wine bottle leads to Skippack burglar

NORRISTOWN >> When he left his fingerprints on a wine bottle in the home he was burglarizing, a Skippack Township man left a calling card that led state police right to his doorstep.

Devin William Daisey, 26, of the 3900 block of Shainline Court, was sentenced in Montgomery County Court on Friday to 1 #xbd; to three years in a state correctional facility after he pleaded guilty to a felony charge of burglary in connection with the Nov.

Brothers sentenced in Towamencin home invasion

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Brothers sentenced in Towamencin home invasion

NORRISTOWN >> Two brothers have been sentenced after admitting to a Towamencin home invasion in February in which they assaulted and terrorized a man while mistakenly believing their girlfriends were inside the residence, according to court records.

Jeffrey Sutch, 35, of Whitpain, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree felony criminal trespassing and was sentenced to 132 days to 23 months behind bars, to be followed by one year of probation, and was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, records indicate.

Rita's Italian Ice in Lansdale to host fundraiser for Manna on Main Street

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Rita's Italian Ice in Lansdale to host fundraiser for Manna on Main Street

LANSDALE >> Whether you choose one of the brand new water ice flavors – like Birch Beer, Twizzlers or Hawaiian Punch – or stick with a classic like cherry or lemon, your Rita’s Italian Ice of Lansdale purchase on Tuesday, July 25, between 6 and 9 p.m. will go a long way in helping Manna on Main Street feed families in the North Penn area and beyond who might otherwise go hungry.