Cops: Lansdale woman fled to 7-Eleven after boyfriend kicked in her door, assaulted her – North Penn Life – Montgomery News
Rarely you find one still alive under the house. The doctors voice was full of pain and panic as he described the hundreds of pregnant Palestinian women who had been delivering premature or aborted babies at Al Awad Hospital as a result of their injuries. The situation is not equal, he said. We are poor people living in a big jail seized for seven years. We cant defend ourselves against these modern weapons and great technology. Since that first night in Shujaya, life and death on the ground in Gaza has only become more horrific. On July 21, Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Kouddous visited the former site of the Abu Jamaa family home, where he said it took relatives 12 hours to dig 24 bodies out of the rubble including the gray corpse of an infant in diapers. One member of Abu Jamaa family was cut in half, Kouddous tweeted. Father had to visit 2 hospitals to collect body.
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The woman said that Stanek, her boyfriend, had kicked in the door of her apartment on Acorn Street, and that she ran past him to get out but then noticed he was holding her phone, according to police. She said that while the two were walking in an alleyway near North Cannon Avenue and she attempted to get her phone back, Stanek pushed her to the ground by her head, causing injuries, and when she tried to get up, he shoved her down again, police said. The woman finally managed to get up and ran to the 7-Eleven for help as Stanek left the scene, according to police, but while officers were transporting the woman back to her apartment, they observed Stanek walking in the area and took him into custody. Stanek was arraigned later that morning before District Judge Deborah Lukens of Lafayette Hill, who set bail at $10,000 cash. Stanek was committed to Montgomery County Correctional Facility, but he has since been released on bond, records show. Hes due to appear before District Judge Harold Borek of Lansdale on July 18 for a preliminary hearing. Follow Michael Goldberg on Twitter @mg_thereporter. See Full Story A Towamencin man has been arrested in connection with an alleged domestic attack in Lansdale during which, police said, he kicked in the door of a womans apartment, and the victim eventually ran to a borough 7-Eleven for help.
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