Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Authorities recovered a body from the canal in Lambertville that matches the description of Sarah Majoras.
A body found Wednesday in the canal in Lambertville matches the description of missing New Hope bartender Sarah Majoras, authorities announced. Anthony P. Kearns said investigators will work with the medical examiner's office to positively identify the body. But Kearns, the Hunterdon County Prosecutor heading the investigation into Majoras' disappearance, said officials will continue to work to discover what happened to her. "There’s nothing to indicate that there’s been foul play," Kearns said during a 6 p.m. press conference, the second of the day. He implored the public to come forward with more information that might help them determine exactly what happened to the well-loved woman, whom friends have described as sassy and strong. …
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Examination of the body revealed no signs of trauma; criminal investigation ongoing.
The body that was discovered along the railroad tracks beneath South Charlotte Street has been identified as 48-year-old Ronald Sheerer. According to a report by the Pottstown Mercury, Montgomery County Coroner Walter Hofman stated that there was no evidence of trauma to the body, but it will take two-to-three months before the results of various testing will be returned. Click here to follow us on Facebook Until then, the criminal investigation is ongoing until the cause of death has been determined. To read more of this story, click here. See also: Body Discovered Below Pottstown Bridge Suspects Captured in Alleged Thefts from Toys for Tots Student with Umbrella Leads to High School Lockdown Police Investigating Sassamansville Crime Spree
Monday, December 17, 2012
Police are withholding the man's identification, pending notification of his family.
The body of a 48-year-old male was discovered this morning along the railroad tracks beneath South Charlotte Street. According to a report by the Pottstown Mercury, police responded to call from Norfolk Southern shortly before 1:30 a.m. The report states that railroad workers discovered the body "half-sitting with his back against the wall under the bridge." Police are withholding the man's identification, pending notification of his family. Though there is no evidence of foul play, the body is currently being examined by the coroner's office, according to the Mercury's report. To read more of this story, click here. See also: Umbrella Mistaken for Rifle, Leads to High School Lockdown Suspects Arrested for Alleged Thefts from Toys for Tots…