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Bradley Stone, suspect in Montgomery County killings SUSPECT ID'D IN MONTCO KILLINGS
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Wifey's school was on lock down today because of this incident.

More info and video's at the link.


http://6abc.com/news/suspect-idd-in-mont...ad/436923/

Quote:PENNSBURG, Pa. (WPVI) -- Authorities have identified the man sought in a Montgomery County killing spree that left six people dead and one person wounded.

Bradley William Stone, 35, of Pennsburg, Pa., remains at large.

All of the victims had a 'familial' relationship with Stone, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office said.

The DA's office says Stone is described as 5'10" tall and weighs 195 pounds. He has a red or auburn beard and mustache with closely cropped hair.

Stone is known to use a cane or walker to assist him, the DA said, and he may be wearing military fatigues, in either sand or green color.

The DA says: "Stone should be considered armed and dangerous."

Police believe Stone is hiding inside a home at Pottstown Avenue and Main Street in Pennsburg.

A series of flash-bangs could be heard as police staged outside the home. Officers could also be heard on loudspeakers calling Stone's name.

"People in that area should remain indoors, keep their doors locked and call 9-1-1 if they think they have seen the suspect," the DA said.

The Upper Perkiomen School District was on lockout, but has since been given clearance to dismiss. More information is on their website.

Five victims were previously known, but it is not known where the sixth person was killed. A total of four locations are involved in this incident, and bodies were found at three of those locations.


ONE DEAD IN LOWER SALFORD

A woman was found dead in Lower Salford Township, two people were found dead in Lansdale while more victims were found in Souderton.

Investigators believe it all began at 3:55 a.m. at the Pheasant Run Apartments the 100 block of Main Street in Lower Salford Twp. Police arrived to find a woman shot to death. Two bullet holes in the wall could be seen from outside.

A neighbor there told Action News reporter Annie McCormick "I heard 3 or 4 gunshots. I heard the kids yelling, saying 'Mommy no! mommy no!'" He kept saying 'We gotta go, we gotta go."

The neighbor continued "I asked him if everything was okay and I saw the kids and the kids' father exiting the house and they didn't have any coats on or anything. They just had their pajamas on."

"He was like 'She's hurt pretty bad, we gotta leave," the neighbor continued.

Police confirm the suspect took two children from the Lower Salford Twp. apartment during this incident, but were found safe a short distance away.

Neighbors say there has been an ongoing custody dispute between the mother and father.


TWO DEAD IN LANSDALE

A second call came in half an hour later, at 4:25 a.m., for another shooting 100 block of West 5th Street in Lansdale.

Officers arrived at that location to find two more people shot and killed.

Neighbors say the two people murdered in Lansdale were Stone's former mother-in-law and her 75-year-old mother, who lived at that home.

People who live nearby say they often saw Stone confronting his ex-wife outside.


MORE VICTIMS IN SOUDERTON

More victims were found at a home at Penn and Garfield streets in Souderton, the home of Stone's former brother-in-law and his family.

That's where police staged outside the home in an apparent standoff. The situation came to an end around noon with a loud boom, possibly from a flash-bang, as police made entry into the home.

It's not yet clear exactly how many people were killed there, but we do know a teenage boy was wounded and flown to the hospital.

Sources say all the victims were shot at close range.
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Still haven't found him. Last night they were searching around my neck of the woods, must have been 4-5 helicopters flying low right by my house. For some reason the called the search off around midnight. Seems like they gave up awfully fast.
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bac0nfat;158609 Wrote:Still haven't found him. Last night they were searching around my neck of the woods, must have been 4-5 helicopters flying low right by my house. For some reason the called the search off around midnight. Seems like they gave up awfully fast.

The DA says: "Stone should be considered armed and dangerous."

I guess not as armed or dangerous as the guy who holed himself up in the Pocono's for a few months judging by the constant hunt for that one and the 'meh...7 hours is enough' level of concern for the guy who killed 3x the people...
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Saw he may have tried to steal a car in Doylestown today.

What's with all the crazy PA dudes lately......
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I love that they are reporting this as "armed and dangerous". Armed, yes... not sure how dangerous he might be. To me (my opinion only) is he set out to end the bitter custody battle he was in with his ex. And to make sure none of his in-laws got custody, he took care of that problem as well. In his mind that was the solution instead of lawyers and courts.

I suspect that he is not a "threat" to everyone else. If he was then he would have shot more people not related to him to get what he wanted, like a car, for example.

What's sad is that this is a common tale. Loving husband and father, goes off to serve his country and comes back a different person.

I pray that he turns himself in and hopefully can get some help.
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I think they said he was wearing a veterans hat and had a cane. If that's the case they should try the next gun show. Big Grin
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Philadelphia Patriot;158617 Wrote:I think they said he was wearing a veterans hat and had a cane. If that's the case they should try the next gun show. Big Grin

I guess female hispanic newspaper delivery drivers need to be careful then.
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I talked to a local police chief (whom I am not going to name) and he says they stopped the search because they believe the person who claims to be the carjacking victim is full of shit. They think the bad guy was never even in the area they were searching, and the attempted carjacking never occurred. I have no clue how they came to this conclusion. I still think they aborted the search too soon.
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He's been found dead in the woods: http://www.wgal.com/national/pennsylvani...y/30250988
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bac0nfat;158620 Wrote:I talked to a local police chief (whom I am not going to name) and he says they stopped the search because they believe the person who claims to be the carjacking victim is full of shit. They think the bad guy was never even in the area they were searching, and the attempted carjacking never occurred. I have no clue how they came to this conclusion. I still think they aborted the search too soon.

If that's the case, then he seems to have made the hoax pretty elaborate. People on the Doylestown Facebook group reported hearing three shots fired in the area of Shady Retreat and Burpee Roads. Did the alleged victim fire blanks or set off firecrackers?

The published reports say that the alleged victim fired at the attempted carjacker while the latter was retreating. Not the best of ideas even to say that's what you did.
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