Thursday, February 28, 2013
Customers can get their car washed and clean their pet all at the same time at the Valley Car Wash on Huntingdon Pike.
Taking your pet to a groomer can be very expensive. Trying to get your own pets to sit still during a bath can be aggravating. But at the Valley Car Wash, it’s the best of both worlds. Valley Car Wash, 2261 Huntingdon Pike, has its very own “All Paws Pet Wash” to go along with its traditional drive-through car wash. Tagged as a “Tail Waggin’ Good Time, the do-it-yourself machine comes equipped with a washing hose, drying hose, and everything you'd need to clean your pets. "All of the soaps and conditioners, everything that's in there is heated," Valley Car Wash manager Glen Titter said. "The water is warm immediately as soon as you press a button, so you're not freezing your pet, putting cold shampoos and things on them. It's pampering as…
Friday, October 26, 2012
The following was reported by the Lower Moreland Police Department.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, October 26, 2012
Oct. 15 – Burglary; Forced Entry A resident called LMPD to report her home had been broken into sometime on Oct. 15. When she arrived home, she noticed the garage door leading into the house was locked, and she usually leaves it unlocked because she usually enters through the garage entrance. When she went into her bedroom, she saw it was ransacked and some of her jewelry was spotted in the backyard. The gate leading to the rear of the property appeared to have been open by the actors. The device that keeps it closed was detached when the homeowner arrived at her house. The rear sliding door that leads into the kitchen was forced open with what appeared to be blue smudge marks on the doorframe. Some of the resident’s jewelry had been …
Thursday, September 1, 2011
The following incidents were reported by the Lower Moreland Police Department.
August 30 - Fraud Khalif Scott, 23, of Philadelphia presented a fake paycheck to a car dealer in order to purchase a new vehicle. Scott claimed to be an administrative assistant to Darryl Barkley, who is a current employee of Allegheny Valley School (AVS). The administrator of AVS, Darlene Fulton, contacted police once she was contacted by her human resources department to confirm Scott was employee, which he was not. After comparing two pay stubs, police brought Barkley in for questioning. He appeared nervous and hesitant to answer any questions, according to police. While speaking with Scott on the phone, he admitted to police that he altered the paycheck and that he obtained the check from his friend Barkley. Scott was able to purchase…