At Least He Said He Was Sorry: An Upper Saucon Township man has been charged with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, reckless endangerment and harassment after police say he used feces to write "I AM SORRY" inside a bathroom at Subway, 1862 Leithsville Road, Lower Saucon Township, on the afternoon of Jan. 8. Hellertown Patch has the story.
“Help, I’ve Been … Never Mind:” A 56-year-old Villanova woman who filed a report with Whitemarsh Police earlier this month claiming that her $600 Ralph Lauren bag had been stolen, left a message with police on Jan. 7 shortly after 5 p.m.
The issue? She found the bag, and its expensive contents ... at her house. Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch has the whole story.
Citizens Over Criminals: A pair of Eastern Pa. women refused to be scammed, rejecting claims of thousands and, instead, calling the police on two would-be con artists. Marple-Newtown Patch and Media Patch have the stories of how two women knew better than to believe an outrageous claim.
About this column: OMG PD reviews the surprising, shocking, stunning and occasionally silly police-related incidents reported by Eastern Pennsylvania Patch sites over the last week. All people mentioned in these stories are innocent until proven guilty. Charges and arrests do not indicate guilt. Reach out to Nate at email@example.com with questions about this column.