GILBERTSVILLE — Authorities have identified a woman whose body was found by a farmer in a suburban Philadelphia field.
However, Montgomery County officials said Thursday that they still aren't sure how 26-year-old Natalie Marella died.
A statement from the district attorney's office says an autopsy conducted Wednesday night was inconclusive. Officials say they are awaiting the results of toxicology tests.
A farmer found Marella's body Wednesday morning in a remote section of hedgerow next to a cornfield in New Hanover Township.
Authorities say Marella lived in Ambler, about 25 miles southeast of where her body was found.
Pa. man charged in Michigan in cyber-sex case
EAST LANSING, Mich. — A Pennsylvania man has been charged in Michigan with tricking people into sex acts over Skype and then sending the images to others on Facebook.
Joseph Ostrowski already is under a separate indictment in Scranton, Pa., that accuses him of producing child pornography.
Federal prosecutors say that crimes in East Lansing, Mich., and Pennsylvania occurred last year while Ostrowski was a football coach at a Catholic high school in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Messages seeking comment were left Thursday with Ostrowski's lawyers. He was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Grand Rapids, Mich.
The indictment says Ostrowski secretly took over Facebook accounts and then used them to contact people in East Lansing and persuade them to engage in sex acts over Skype. He's accused of sending images to Facebook users.
Pa. man charged with selling fake purses in Md.
CRUMPTON, Md. — The Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Pennsylvania man they say sold counterfeit handbags at an auction site in Crumpton.
Sixty-year-old Kim Bok Yong of Villanova, Pa., is charged with two counts of selling counterfeit trademark goods valued in excess of $1,000. He was released on personal recognizance.
Deputies and Customs officials tell WBOC-TV they seized about 50 suspected counterfeit handbags Wednesday at Crumpton's weekly auction. Investigators also said they seized labels and tools, as well as 47 unmarked handbags. A van was also seized.
Authorities put the value of the alleged counterfeit items at $24,700.
Eastbound Pa. Turnpike reopens after truck fire
CARLISLE — Eastbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike are open again after being closed for a 65-mile stretch the middle of the state following a tractor-trailer fire.
The closure affecting travel between the exit for Breezewood and Carlisle ended around noon Thursday.
Officials say the truck carrying fruit caught fire around 4 a.m. in a construction zone near mile marker 219. No injuries were reported.