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On 12/24/2017, The North Coventry Twp. Police Dept. responded to 282 Laurelwood Rd. on the report of a hit and run to motor vehicle that was just discovered. Upon arrival, Police were met by the vehicle owner. The vehicle owner advised that she parked her 2011 Ford Mustang in front of 282...

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On 12/18/17 at 0605 hours the North Coventry Township Police Department responded to the area of Route 100 southbound near Temple Road for the report of a hit and run accident. It was reported that a light blue colored Mitsubishi Galant had struck the rear of another vehicle which was stopped at...

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The defendant was charged after an incident December 10, 2017, in the 400 blk of Maple Street.
Police investigating bad checks being passed at a local business in Highland Twp. have charged the following individual. John Amen, Great Valley Landscaping, knowing passed a bad check for $5,000 to victim.
On December 15, 2017, police responded to a reported burglary discovered to a local business in the 600 blk of W. Main Street. After the investigation, police have charged Justin L. Case with burglary, theft and related offenses.

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Defendant stopped for driving on the wrong side of the roadway. Police stopped the subject at 22:23 hrs. driving the wrong direction along East First Avenue.
The North Coventry Township Police Department arrested Anthony Colontonio, 26, of Pottstown, for possession of small amount of marihuana. Police stopped Colontonio for operating his vehicle bearing a suspended registration. During the inventory search of Colontonio’s vehicle, officer located 2...
A summons has been issued: The defendant was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for speeding along Gum Tree Road, Highland Twp.. The driver, Kara J Hughes, was arrested for DUI and related offenses. A toddler was seated in the vehicle at the time of the arrest. The defendant and driver were both in...
The defendant was stopped for speeding along Gum Tree Road, in Highland Twp., on April 19, 2017, @ 1452 hrs. Co-defendant Robert Scott Derrickson, Jr. and a toddler were also inside the vehicle.

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