This page lists public record sources in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.Additional resources can be found on our Pennsylvania State Public Records page, on city pages, and on topic pages using the navigation above.Another sensational case involves allegations of grown men dressed up as animals - otherwise known as 'furries'.A 9-year-old boy, brought to these furry parties thrown at a home in Quakertown, was sexually abused there.“It was awful for him to go ahead and try to get these kids into his vehicle,” says Peggy Von Heppinstall, one of the neighbors who witnessed the crime.“He exposed himself.” They say Butkiewicz followed the boys into the neighborhood.We will cover requirements that cover mission, governing board, human resources, finance and operations, resource development and public policy.
Or are the recent series of shocking child sex crimes in Bucks County simply an ugly, unsettling coincidence? But one thing is certain: Citizens in this Philadelphia-New Jersey bedroom community better known for its quaint towns, high-dollar suburban subdivisions and rolling farmland is more than a little unsettled by the recent series of bizarre sex crimes involving child victims. And the alleged perpetrators did not appear to discriminate in choosing their vulnerable, innocent child victims.The cases range from 50 years of child sexual abuse that allegedly occurred at the hands of staff at a posh private school to the most recent case of little girls allegedly abused by an unassuming trailer park handyman caught with 1,000 pairs of girl's panties in his home.The damning evidence is mounting up against William Charles Thomas, a 58-year-old Bucks County man who authorities there say is a serial child rapist, preying upon girls ages 2 to 10 with victims dating back as long as 40 years. -- (WKBN) -- A Luzerne County man is locked up tonight, accused of trying to lure three teenaged boys into a car.The alleged attempt was stopped by neighbors who saw the crime unfolding before their eyes.