Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Michael Joseph Henry, of Philadelphia, faces 42 to 84 years in jail.
The man charged with purchasing the gun used to kill Plymouth Township Police Officer Bradley Fox has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of sale or purchase of firearms, and other charges, according to the Delaware County Times. Michael Joseph Henry, 31, of Philadelphia, allegedly made straw purchases of seven pistols and two riffles for Andrew Charles Thomas. Thomas was not legally allowed to possess firearms, as he was on probation for a 2005 forgery arrest in Upper Merion Township. Thomas used one of the handguns to kill Fox and then himself on Sept. 13. In an interview the day after Fox’s death, Henry allegedly said that Thomas paid Henry $500 in addition to the purchase price for each weapon that was sold to him over a four-month …
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Bail was set at $1 million for Michael Henry, who is accused of reselling the 9mm Beretta that Andrew Charles Thomas used to kill Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox last month.
"Sorry." That was the one word uttered by Michael Henry, the man accused of purchasing and reselling the 9mm Beretta that Andrew Charles Thomas used to kill Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox last month. Reporters threw a barrage of questions at Henry as he entered and exited a Plymouth Meeting court room Wednesday afternoon for his arraignment: "Did you do it for drugs? Did he tell you he was going to shoot a cop? What do you have to say for yourself?" All were answered with silence, as Henry, wearing blue jeans and a gray hoodie, trudged head down to and from a Plymouth police car. As he was placed back into the car to be driven away, one reporter asked if he had anything to say to the Fox family. "Sorry," Henry said quietly. During the…
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
A list of ways the community can continue to honor fallen Plymouth Police Officer Brad Fox.
Viewing and funeral arrangements for fallen Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox have been scheduled for midweek, as local community members and law enforcement continue to show their support. On Monday night, the Warriors Watch Motorcycle Club gathered at the Philadelphia Police Academy at 8501 State Road in Philadelphia before beginning a memorial motorcycle ride to the Plymouth Township Police Department. According to Montgomery County Sheriff Eileen Behr, members of various fire companies were staged along the route. Two viewings have been scheduled at Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, 3050 Walton Road in Plymouth Meeting. The first is scheduled for 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, and the second from 7 to 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19…
Friday, September 14, 2012
Residents and law enforcement joined in ushering slain Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox on his final journey.
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Friday, September 14, 2012
The body of slain Plymouth Police Officer Bradley Fox was transfered to Boyd-Horrox Funeral Home on Germantown Pike in East Norriton today via a procession of police and emergency vehicles. Patch reader Kathy Walsh was on hand to photograph several legs of the procession and agreed to share her photos. We're asking other readers to share their photos from any memorials for Officer Fox. This tragedy has touched many of us and as much as we may want to, we can't all attend every ceremony. With our readers help, maybe we can all feel a little closer to the rest of the community who are grieving the loss of a good man. Log into your Patch account and click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to add your own images and video.
Josh Shapiro, Leslie Richards and Bruce Castor remind residents of the risks our local law enforcement personell take every day to protect us.
Friday, September 14, 2012
The following is a joint statement by the Montgomery County Commissioners on the tragic shooting death of Plymouth Police Office Bradley Fox: "We are deeply saddened by the death of Plymouth Police Office Brad Fox. This senseless act tragically reminds us that, even in a place like Montgomery County, when our law enforcement personnel go to work every day they put their lives on the line for all of us. "Officer Fox served our country as a Marine in Iraq and came home to continue to serve us as a police officer in Plymouth Township. Our hearts and prayers go out to his wife and family and also to his fellow officers in Plymouth Township who must now grapple with the sorrow of this horrible tragedy."
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The 34-year-old Iraq veteran leaves behind an expectant wife and young daughter.
[Fund for the family of Officer Brad Fox: Fox Children's Fund; C/O Continental Bank; 661 W. Germantown Pike; Plymouth Meeting. M-Th 9-5, Fri 9-6] A Plymouth Township Police officer was killed in the line of duty Thursday. Bradley Fox, 34, a K9 officer and seven-year veteran of the force, was shot in the head at about 6:00 p.m. by an unidentified suspect in the vicinity of Conshohocken Road and Ernest Station Road, near the Schuylkill River Trail. The suspect, whom Fox had been pursuing following a hit-and-run accident, was also killed. It is unclear who fired those fatal shots. Fox's canine partner, Nick, was shot and wounded but survived, Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman said Thursday night. Fox, who served two tours of …