Regional Roundup: Area Man Admits he Molested Teens

Today's top headlines from the Bucks and Montgomery County area.


Upper Moreland Man Admits he Molested Teens: Three men have come forward to claim that they were sexually assaulted as minors by Burt Ludin, an Upper Moreland resident. Read more at Upper Moreland Patch.

Teen in Critical Condition After Being Struck by Car at Bus Stop: A Bucks County Technical High School student is hospitalized after being struck by a car on Bensalem Boulevard this morning. Read more at Bensalem Patch.

: Catalytic converters and batteries were stolen from Central Bucks Transportation vehicles in Trevose. Read more at Lower Southampton Patch.

Southampton Teen Places in Top Ten for Ms. Junior Teen Philadelphia: Kaelah Kennedy placed in the top 10 in the 2013 Miss Jr. Teen Philadelphia pageant competition. Read more at Upper Southampton Patch.

Purses Stolen at Philmont Country Club Bat Mitzvah: The following was reported by the Lower Moreland Police Department. Read more at Lower Moreland Patch.

Santa Claus Comes to Town: This Horsham Road Santa can't be missed. Read more at Hatboro-Horsham Patch.

Boy Scouts Give Pocket-Sized Thanks to Troops Overseas: Pack 139 gathered at Willow Dale Elementary Tuesday night to prepare 300 pocket flags that will be sent to members of the armed services recently deployed to Afghanistan. Read more at Warminster Patch.

Township Presents Flag to Family of Local Man Deployed to Afghanistan: Cindy and Ed Hughes participated in a flag presentation at the township building to honor their recently deployed son, Christopher. Read more at Northampton Patch.

Resident Reports $67K in Fraudulent Credit Card Charges: Township police also made two DUI arrests and copper worth $1,000 was stolen from a construction site. Read more at Newtown Patch.

Oliver Heckman Elementary Helps Families Enjoy Thanksgiving: The elementary school's faculty and community worked together to help families within the school to enjoy Thanksgiving. Read more at Levittown Patch.

Doylestown Merchants Working 'Holiday Magic’ Downtown shops will once again host their annual holiday evening, complete with carols and characters. Read more at Doylestown Patch.


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