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Road Rage, Murder Conviction and More Phoenixville Police Blotter

We rundown the top police stories from the past week.

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

19-Year-Old Convicted of Second-Degree Murder for 2011 Shooting

Monique Robinson, 19, will spend the rest of her life in prison for her role in the 2011 murder of Selvin Lopez-Mauricio.

Felony Charges Dropped Against Phoenixville Man Accused of Destroying Voter Forms

Colin Small, 23, allegedly trashed eight voter forms on the day of Virginia's registration deadline last fall.

19-Year-Old On Trial for Murder Won't Talk to Jury

Her lead attorney called it a 'monumentally bad decision.'

When asked for his license, the defendant tried to hand the officer a $20 bill, according to police.

Shooter in Phoenixville Murder Says Robinson Told Him to Pull Trigger

On Tuesday, Saleem Williams testified that Monique Robinson brought the gun and told him to use it.

Road Rage Incident Lands Phoenixville Man in Jail

Police say 27-year-old Eric Pyne pointed a gun at a man who passed him on Ridge Pike in Lower Providence.

Downed Utility Pole Snarls Bridge Street Traffic

A delivery truck hit the line while attempting to turn around on the unit block of Bridge.

Phoenixville Teen Heads to Trial for 2011 Murder

Monique Robinson was a student at Phoenixville Area High School when police say she was an accomplice in the 2011 shooting death of Selvin Lopez-Mauricio.

A hypodermic needle was sticking out of the defendant's leg when he was pulled over, according to Schuylkill Township Police.

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