Community attempts to get back to normal after killing spree
Tuesday morning dozens of police searched properties in the surrounding vicinity for Stone.
In the days after authorities found the body of Bradley Stone, the Pennsburg man believed to have killed his ex-wife and five of her family members while seriously wounding another, a community is attempting to return to life as normal.
Businesses in the center of town, many of which closed their doors as dozens of law enforcement agencies ascended into the normally quiet borough Monday morning, are open for business. Area schools have resumed normal classes and activities. Kids can be seen out at their bus stops and chasing each other down the street.
But up until the discovery of 35-year-old Stone's body in a wooded area in Upper Hanover Township, between Western Auto at 1523 Pottstown Avenue and the rear of the 1400 block of W. 4th Street around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, it was a completely different scene.
Heavily armed PA State Troopers, tactical response teams from across Montgomery County, US Marshalls Task Force and other law enforcement agencies performed a grid search of the area, beginning Tuesday morning to look for the suspect who claimed the lives of his former family members in Lower Salford, Souderton and Lansdale. They searched in unsecured outbuildings but did not enter homes....