Man Bites Wife, Murderer Pleads Guilty, and More Police Blotter

A rundown of the week in Phoenixville police news.

The following incidents occurred in and around the Phoenixville area. Arrest, when mentioned, does not suggest conviction.

Police say the man had blood on his face and hands when they took him into the station.

'We can do this all day,' police report the man told his wife as he choked her.

The 31-year-old former Berwyn resident is charged in other recent incidents, too.

Phoenixville Pastor Convicted of Mortgage Fraud

A pastor with New Millennium Life Restoration Fellowship was convicted today of fraudulently obtaining more than $6 million in home loans for properties in Schwenksville and Glenmoore.

Gunman Pleads Guilty to Murder of Phoenixville Man

Selvin Mamerto Lopez-Mauricio was shot and killed on Sept. 14, 2011.

Phoenixville Man Charged With DUI After Bridge Street Crash

The man hit another car, then got out of his vehicle without putting it in park, according to police.

According to East Pikeland Police, two men were charged with marijuana possession after crashing near the intersection of Kimberton and Pothouse roads.

Police Make Two DUI Arrests in Phoenixville

Erratic driving led to both charges, police say.


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