Archive for March 27th, 2019

Award-winning Yukon retires

Deputy Sheriff Brian Bolt and K-9 Yukon shared hundreds of assignments and multiple awards.

Retirement of award-winning K-9 team prompts gratitude. Left to his own decision-making, K-9 Yukon would have doggedly continued to sniff out explosives, track missing children, and provide security to the public. Instead, the regal black and tan German shepherd, currently recovering from surgery, has been retired from the Chester County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit ...

 
 

Police Log March 27: DUIs, drug possession, stolen car recovered

Pennsylvania State Police • Police said they arrested two women on DUI and drug-related charges in Pennsbury Township on March 17. According to the report, troopers made an unrelated traffic stop on Cossart Road when Kasey Taylor Henitz, 21, of Glenolden, approached them to ask a question. During the conversation, troopers determined she had smoked marijuana earlier, ...

 

Unionville alum signs contract with NHL team

A Unionville High alum and ice hockey superstar made headlines in January when he became a candidate for the prestigious Hobey Baker award, the hockey equivalent of football’s Heisman trophy. Despite a strong showing, Ryan Lohin, 22, of Pennsbury Township, didn’t get enough votes to make the top 10, but he had no time for disappointment. Instead, with what could be ...