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Lansdale Man Who Allegedly Threatened to Blow Up Montella's Now Fugitive in Two Counties

Michael Sheridan, 52, has failed to appear for two formal arraignments in Montgomery and Bucks County courts.

Lansdale Man Who Allegedly Threatened to Blow Up Montella's Now Fugitive in Two Counties
Michael Sheridan, 52, of the 600 block of South Broad Street, Lansdale, is now officially a fugitive.
Sheridan has failed to appear for a formal arraignment Jan. 2 in Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas for a case involving his alleged threats to blow up Montella's Sports Bar in Lansdale and harm the bar's owner, per The Reporter. Furthermore, Sheridan had not appeared at the preliminary hearing in Lansdale District Court in November for that case, prompting the court to issue a warrant for his arrest.
Additionally, Sheridan also failed to appear in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas Friday on charges of stalking, harassment and terroristic threats in connection with incidents last summer and fall where he allegedly threatened the owner and employees of Perkasie's Joseph's Italian Market, per The Reporter. Prior to that, Sheridan had failed to appear for the preliminary hearing of that case.
Sheridan told authorities he was living in his car, per reports.
Read more on Sheridan here.

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