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>>Two Dead, One Hospitalized After Western Montgomery County Shooting 

(New Hanover Twp., PA) -- A shooting in western Montgomery County kills a man and woman and sends a third person to the hospital.It happened in the 29 hundred block of Reifsnyder Road in New Hanover Township Monday night.Montgomery County’s D-A says the investigation is domestic in nature and there's no threat to the community. 

>>Protests Over Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In Lancaster Continue 

(Lancaster, PA) -- Protests continue in Lancaster following the shooting death of a 27-year-old man armed with a knife.Several dozen people demonstrated last night after the death of Ricardo Munoz, who was shot by police after charging toward them with the knife.It’s reported Munoz’s family had called crisis intervention initially Sunday night but were referred to police. 

>>L-G-B-T Center In Reading Says It’s Reviewed Body Cam Footage Of Transgender Woman’s Shooting 

(Reading, PA) -- The L-G-B-T Center of Greater Reading says it has viewed some of the body cam footage of the police-involved shooting of a transgender woman in Reading over the weekend.It happened Sunday morning in the 800 block of Franklin Street with police officers coming into contact with a woman who had a gun.It’s reported the officers instructed the woman to drop the gun, but she refused and pointed the gun at them.Police opened fire, striking her one.The woman is in critical condition. 

>>Former West Reading Councilman Back In Trouble With the Law 

(Shillington, PA) -- A former West Reading Borough councilman is once again in trouble with the law.Investigators say Kirk Mullen admitted to taping a threatening note to The Medicine Shoppe in Shillington, saying he wanted pills delivered to him.Detectives arrested Mullen after setting up a meeting.Last September, Mullen pleaded guilty to robbery charges following a hold-up at the West Reading Drug Store in February of last year. 

>>Three Charged For Metal Thefts From Hamburg Train Museum 

(Hamburg, PA) -- Three people are facing charges after they allegedly stole metal from the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum.Kurt Webber, David Hartman, and Eric Reppert are accused of trying to steal copper, aluminum, and battery materials from near the museum on South Third Street in Hamburg early Saturday morning.It’s believed a fourth person was involved as well. 

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