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Indecent Exposure, Police Dog Attack Top Local News

Here's a look back at the biggest stories that ran on Haverford Patch last week.

With the second full week of February now in the rear-view mirror, we take a look back at all the wild, wacky, and wonderful things that happened in Haverford in the past seven days. 

'Justice Rescue' Members Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Dog

According to reports, two members of the pit-bull rescuing crew took the law into their own hands.

Police are looking for the suspect, a white man in his early-20s.

According to Haverford Police, the alleged incident occurred on January 25.

The victim was on Penn's 1979 basketball team that made it to the Final Four.

Students Hospitalized in Villanova Lab Experiment

Hazmat crews were called out to the university Tuesday afternoon.

Haverford MS Students Learn to Ask for Help

The sixth graders are learning ways to identify problems in their lives, and those of others.

The boy was uninjured in the alleged attack, which occurred on Feb. 4.

Lower Merion Police Officer Found Dead

Lower Merion Police Department officer Sean Quinn was found dead Monday morning in FDR Park as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

Six Haverford Students Named National Merit Finalists

The 2013 Finalists are Reed M. Armstrong, Yiting Jiang, Sara K. Nealley, Peter J. Durlacher, Helen F. Wedegaertner, and Soo Jung Rhee.

Haverford School Grad Picked in Major League Soccer Draft

Jordan LeBlanc will join the Montreal Impact.

elaine benedetti February 17, 2013 at 05:53 PM
Please stop calling an incident where a police dog who is still a puppy went after a child's stuffed animal an "attack"! This is irresponsible reporting that negatively reflects on Havertown's worthwhile efforts to incorporate a police dog on the force. If the dog wanted to hurt the child, he would have. Your job is to report the news, not play into the hands of a self-serving commissioner who obviously dislikes dogs.
MerionManor February 19, 2013 at 05:17 PM
Elaine is obviously insane, I classify this as an attack and it should be reported as such. We are lucky that the patch, if they were to play into anyones hands and they don't, plays into the hands of the commissioners who don't want the dogs, as we should not have them.
bigben February 19, 2013 at 06:46 PM
should not have what ? The lunatic commissioner or the K9 ?
John Ryan February 20, 2013 at 12:58 PM
MerionManor, you stated before that "I pay over 11K in property taxes here in Havertown". Those are not township taxes are they? Which commissioners didn't want the dog?
MerionManor February 20, 2013 at 02:44 PM
Total property taxes, not complaining about the total I choose to live where I live, simply do not want the K9 unit or some of the other "extras" as of late. If you would watch all the meetings relating to the K9 unit you can determine who's for it and who was not, but its was the same old split.

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