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Two Pedestrians Struck By Car; Video Of Thanksgiving Day Robbery; Massage Envy Sexual Assault Cases
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/28/17 4:53 am | updated: 11/28/17 4:53 am
Street Road in Trevose, Bucks County was shut down for a period of time on Monday night after an accident involving two pedestrians. The incident took place just after 8 pm on the 4900 block of East Street Road. Police say that the driver, who then fled the scene, struck the two pedestrians. The victims were taken to Aria-Torresdale Hospital but their condition is not known at this time. Police are continuing to investigate the crash and search for the driver.

Philadelphia Police are now searching for a suspect who was caught on surveillance camera robbing a dollar store in the Crescentville section of Philadelphia. The robbery took place at the Dollar General on the 5900 block of Rising Sun Avenue at 3:55 pm on Thanksgiving Day. Video shows a male suspect walk into the store and demand money, gesturing he had a weapon under his shirt. The employee handed over the unknown amount of money and the suspect then fled the scene heading north on Rising Sun Avenue. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Gilman with the Northeast Detectives Division 215-686-3153/3154.

The country's largest chain of massage franchises, Massage Envy, is now facing over 180 allegations from women who were sexually assaulted during their massage. One woman is suing the Massage Envy located in West Chester, PA after an incident with former massage therapist James Dieter. The woman, Susan Ingram, said she called the establishment when she got home after the incident, and learned over the phone that Dieter was already with another client. She asked the employee to get the client away from Dieter, but the employee refused to interrupt the ongoing massage. Dieter is now in prison after he plead guilty to 9 counts of sexual assault while he was working at Massage Envy. Another woman is suing a Massage envy in Virginia after a similar incident occurred. She asked the company to call the police, but they said that "Massage Envy would handle it internally." The woman reported the incident to police herself which led to the arrest and conviction of her assailant. According to a Buzzfeed article, Massage Envy claims in court documents that they are not liable for sexual assaults at its franchised spas. Ingram is now advocating a bill that would require owners and employees of any massage spa to report all sexual assault allegations to police right away.


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