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Hunt for Child Predator in BucksCo; Missing Teen Found Alive in Ditch; 7 Rescued from Ferris Wheel
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/23/18 1:16 am | updated: 09/23/18 1:17 am
Authorities in Bucks County have been conducting a manhunt for a suspect wanted on multiple charges of sex assault against two children. Police are looking for 47-year-old David Allen Hamilton Jr. He's recently been spotted in the New Hope area, sometimes on a blue bicycle and other times on foot. Lower Southampton Township Police Chief Ted Krimmel said they obtained a warrant for him for rape and related charges. They've been looking for him since September 19th. His car was recovered in Morrisville. On Friday, 9/21, a New Hope officer made contact with him, but Hamilton managed to get away in the struggle. Later, a hunter took a photo of Hamilton in the woods near Stoney Hill Rd, Sugan Rd, Aquetong Rd. He is wearing a Boonie hat, dark jacket, light-colored shorts, and sneakers. If you see the suspect, call 911.

A missing Montgomery County teenager was found this week two days after he was last seen, alive, but delirious in a road side ditch. 17-year-old Christopher Joseph Craven left his shift in the cafeteria at Delaware Valley University around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, 9/16, and never made it home. Police went out to search for Craven and his silver Audi. His car was eventually found off the road in a deep, wooded ditch along Route 202 Parkway. That is not the usual route Craven took to get home to Upper Gwynedd and the car couldn't be seen from the road. Craven hit a tree dead on. Upper Gwynedd Township Police Department Chief David Duffy said that Craven himself was found about a mile away lying in the grass. He did not remember the accident. He is still in the hospital recovering.

Seven people were rescued after a Ferris wheel malfunctioned at the Camden County fair on Saturday, 9/22. It happened before 3 p.m. on the 500 block of Lakeland Road in Blackwood. It took fire crews about 30 minutes to get all of the stranded riders to safety. No one was injured. The cause of the malfunction in unknown. The ride will remain closed.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 09/23 1:17 am
Ferris wheel malfunctioned at the Camden County fair


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