Regional Roundup: Reports of Gunshots Fired in Lower Moreland Cemetery

Read the news making headlines around the region Thursday.

Gunshots Fired at Forest Hills Cemetery: A resident who lives on Evans St. in Philadelphia, which borders the Forest Hills Cemetery in Lower Moreland, called LMPD to report she heard gun shots coming from the cemetery Monday morning. Get more details of this incident on Lower Moreland Patch.

Na'Brasa to Pay $110K in Back Wages to Staff: Horsham-based na'Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse agreed to pay 42 workers back wages following a U.S. Labor Department investigation. Hatboro-Horsham Patch has the details of the investigation.

Police Identify Fifth Suspect in Counterfeit Check Scheme: Lower Southampton Police issued a warrant for Terrance Darrell Walker, 22, of Philadelphia, who is suspected of using fake ID to illegally cash $2,200 worth of checks against a local health care staffing company’s account. Read more about the scheme on Lower Southampton Patch.

Arson Investigation Continuing in Middletown: On Tuesday, a detective and members of the fire marshal's office processed one of the two vehicles destroyed in the fast moving blaze, which also damaged a home. Visit Levittown Patch for details about the investigation.

Police Arrest Wanted Fugitive During I-95 Traffic Stop: During a traffic stop on I-95, Trevose troopers discovered the driver was wanted in New Jersey for burglary. Find out how much his bail was set at on Bensalem Patch.

Trail Dedicated to Corinne Cody: The longtime Doylestown educator and community leader was remembered for her role in making the area's 18-mile bike and hike trail system a reality. Visit Doylestown Patch to read more about the educator.


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