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NJ Man Charged In 4 Murders,Robbery Suspects In Custody,Former Radnor Official Charged With Assault
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 12/30/16 8:15 am | updated: 12/30/16 8:15 am
A New Jersey man who was sentenced to life in prison for killing three people in Pennsylvania, now faces four other murder charges for the death of four people in New Jersey. 24-year-old Todd West of Elizabeth, New Jersey, was sentenced to three life consecutive life sentences back in October for killing two people in Allentown and another in Easton back in July of 2015. West has now been indicted for the murder of 4 people back in May and June of 2015. West will now be transferred from Pennsylvania o New Jersey to be arraigned on his charges.

Police have now brought two suspects wanted for robbing a bank in Bucks County into custody. The robbery took place at the BB&T Bank on the 1200 block of Buck Road in Lower Southampton Township just after 4 pm on Thursday. Police have stated that at least one of the men was armed during the robbery. Officials have not yet stated how much the two suspects were able to get away with when they were caught. No injuries were reported from the robbery.

A former Radnor Township Official has now been accused of indecent assault against a 103-year-old woman. 75-year-old former Radnor Township Commissioner William Spingler has been charged with three counts of indecent assault on the woman who suffers from dementia and other physical limitations. The woman lives at Wayne Center Nursing Home, where Spingler would come and visit her, and was caught three times by the nursing home staff inappropriately touching the woman. The staff then called police and Spingler was arrested. He was arraigned on December 23rd and released on $10,000 bail. He will be back for his preliminary hearing on January 5th.


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