Regional Roundup: Warminster Police Investigate Homicide
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Police: Victim Dies of Gunshot Wound: The Warminster police are investigating an apparent homicide in the township. According to a press release from the Warminster police, the victim sustained a gunshot wound. Police responded to the scene for a “loud domestic disturbance.” Check back to Warminster Patch for updates.
NFT Notifies District of Intent to Call a Second Strike: The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers President Louise Boyd has notified Neshaminy School District Superintendent Louis Muenker of the union's intent to call a second strike this school year beginning Monday, June 4. Tell us your thoughts in the comments and vote in the poll on Lower Southampton Patch.
Death Penalty Possible for Accused in Bristol Musician's Death: Breon Powell, 20, Jermaine Jackson, 19, and Kazair Gist, 18, could receive the death penalty if found guilty of 56-year-old Bristol musician Danny DeGennaro's murder. Get the details on Levittown Patch.
School Board OKs Six-Year Teachers Contract: After more than a year of negotiations, the Bensalem Township School District has forged a six-year collective bargaining agreement with the Bensalem Township Education Association that includes a pay freeze in the current school year. Get the details on Bensalem Patch.
Four Black Bear Sightings Wednesday: The first sighting was 6:30 a.m. Wednesday in Newtown Township. Three more sightings were reported that day in Newtown and Wrightstown townships. Have you spotted a bear? Tell us on Newtown Patch.
Eddie Coombs' Sister Stresses Good Decision-Making: Hatboro-Horsham High School students heard from several people offering firsthand knowledge of drinking and driving impacts, including Erin Coombs, the older sister of 2010 Hatboro-Horsham graduate Eddie Coombs, who died in a car crash last August, along with fellow Hatter Robert Nagel. Head to Hatboro-Horsham Patch for the story.