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
Sunday, September 2, 2012
A 46-year-old Easton man's body was found Sunday afternoon as police investigated an overnight unattended vehicle
According to the Pennsylvania State Police, a 46-year-old Easton man was pulled from the Green Lane Reservoir at 2:40 pm on Sept. 2. State Police were dispatched to the Green Lane Park early Sunday morning for a reported overnight unattended vehicle, which prompted the investigation. The cause of death has not been determined at this time, and the investigation is pending an examination from the Montgomery County Coroner's Office. Previous Story: The body of a man was pulled from the reservoir at Green Lane Park on Sunday afternoon, according to an article in the Pottstown Mercury. Police, rescue and fire crews pulled the man's body out of the water around 2:40 pm, and the Montgomery County Coroner's office pronounced the man dead. …
Thursday, August 30, 2012
The cause of death of Natalie Marella, 26, of Ambler, is still undetermined pending toxicology testing.
The body that was discovered Wednesday along a cornfield in New Hanover has been identified as 26-year-old Natalie Marella, of Ambler, according to a press release from the Montgomery County District Attorney's office. New Hanover Police initially responded to a report on Monday morning that a local farmer had discovered the body of a white woman at 2471 Little Road, near the intersection of Renninger Road. An autopsy was conducted on Wednesday evening, but the cause and manner of death remain undertermined pending the results of toxicology testing. According to Marella's Facebook page, she was most recently employed as a model at F.A.B. Modeling, and she graduated from Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in 2006 as a certified clinical …