Catch up on news from around the region and click on a headline to read the full article.
: Wells Fargo accidentally deposited nearly $70,000 in Joseph Bucci’s account and he spent it. Bensalem police arrested Bucci, of Trevose, and charged him with theft and receiving stolen property, both felonies of the third degree.
No one will be allowed to smoke in Doylestown Borough's public parks if the council approves an ordinance banning it, as expected. The nine council members voted unanimously to advertise an ordinance banning smoking in the borough's parks. They cited the adverse health affects of second-hand smoke and the nuisance of littering cigarette butts as impetus for the ban. Get more details on Doylestown Patch.
: A criminal defense attorney contends that “every case” that ex-cop John Becker assisted with could potentially be jeopardized and Montgomery County may have been “exposed to liability.” Becker, 42, a 17-year Hatboro Police veteran, as well as a special county detective for the Montgomery County Drug Task Force for more than a decade, is accused of coercing informants to buy drugs for his own personal use. Get the full story on Hatboro-Horsham Patch.
: Hundreds of mourners gathered in Bristol Monday during services honoring Fire Police Captain David Wintz. The long-time volunteer died last week shortly after leaving the scene of a three-alarm fire at the Dow Chemical Plant. See photos and read more on Northampton Patch.
: The buzz from Pennsbury's prom is still in the air. Find out what the students most enjoyed about this year's prom. Watch the video and more on Levittown Patch.
: The Bucks County Foodshed Alliance will host a series of farm evenings that introduces consumers to their local producers. You can not only meet your local farmers but get a tour of their facilities. Read more on Newtown Patch.
: Feasterville's Wet Nose Rescue is looking for a home for Jaxon, a 2-year-old black and white pitbull boxer mix. Learn more about this adoptable pet on Lower Southampton Patch.