Police: Juveniles set eight Lower Sal...

Police: Juveniles set eight Lower Salford fires

There are 1 comment on the The Morning Call story from Jul 24, 2009, titled Police: Juveniles set eight Lower Salford fires. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Police in Montgomery County say that a group of kids are responsible for setting eight recent fires to dumpsters and port-o-potties. Lower Salford Township police announced today that they have identified 10 Harleysville juveniles, ranging in age from 9 to 15, with setting the fires or being present when the fires were set.

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Harleysville, PA

#1 Aug 8, 2009
I hope they got names of all these kids and notified their parents of what they did!! These children should get more then a slap on the wrist for this!! Oak Ridge and all the schools need cameras outside the buildings. I hear Oak Ridge has had some other issues with kids hanging out there after hours also in the past!!!Very sad these kids are unsupervised!!! Where are these parents!!!!!!

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