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Medford NJ Road Rage Arrest; Murder-Suicide in Chester County; Warminster Ice Cream Shop Car Crash
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/02/18 6:11 am | updated: 06/02/18 6:11 am
Medford Township Police have arrested a man wanted for a road rage incident back in February where he brandished a bat. 46-year-old Christopher Cahall of Delran is charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. The road rage incident began in Mt. Laurel Township on February 16th and stretched over three townships. At one point in the chase, Cahall got out of his vehicle, yelled at the other driver, and brandished a baseball bat. It ended in Medford Township as a single car crash. The other driver had to be air lifted to Cooper Trauma Center. There was distinctive softball-sized dent over the passenger side rear tire of the victim's car. Cahall is being held in Burlington County Prison.

West Goshen Township police are investigating a murder-suicide involving a husband and wife inside their Chester County home early on Friday morning, 6/1. Police were called out to the residence after 6 a.m. on the 300 block of North Five Points Road near Isabel Lane. They found the bodies of a man and a woman in the living room. They determined it was a murder followed by a suicide and that there were no other suspects or danger to the public. There were children inside the home at the time of the incident but they were physically unharmed. Neighbors say that they believe the couple was having marital problems and would hear them arguing and see police called to the house. Officials have not yet released their names or other details about the incident. The investigation continues.

People were injured after a car crashed into an ice cream shop in Bucks County on Friday evening. It happened at the Big Scoop Creamery in the 300 block of York Road. The driver of the car lost control and crashed into the building. He was trapped and had to be freed by firefighters. He was taken to the hospital. Several pedestrians, including juveniles, were hit and had to be treated for injuries. Up to four people may have been injured.

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