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Sunday, 14 September 2008

Charles L. “Ruthless” Kulow is a reputed member of the Breed motorcycle gang arraigned on charges of persons not to own a firearm

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Bensalem woman was seriously injured in a mobile home explosion Friday in Bensalem and her boyfriend was sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $500,000 cash bail on charges he was allegedly making methamphetamine in a clandestine drug laboratory.
Alissa Fischer, no age given, was asleep about 9:50 a.m. inside a 14 foot by 60 foot mobile home at 6409 Fulton Ave., said Bensalem Public Safety Director Fred Harran. Volunteer firefighters found her standing outside with cuts to her arms, wrist, forearms and upper thigh. She told them she cut herself after climbing through a window. She had smelled smoke and had to break a window to get out. She was flown to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia suffering mainly from smoke inhalation. Harran described her condition as not critical.Volunteer firefighters from the Newport, William Penn and Penndel companies were called to the property and doused the flames in 13 minutes. Newport Fire Chief Jim McDonough said the Bucks County Radio Room received numerous phone calls for smoke coming from the mobile home.
Fischer's friend, Charles L. “Ruthless” Kulow, 44, who told police he has lived at 6409 Fulton Ave. his entire life with his mother, suffered a minor injury to his right hand.Kulow also was asleep in the mobile home when the fire started. He told police he normally sleeps at 6505 Fulton Ave. Both addresses are owned by his mother, Norma Kulow, according to court documents. Kulow is a reputed member of the Breed motorcycle gang, police said.After dousing the flames, firefighters found beakers, normally used to make illegal drugs. Police were called and obtained a search warrant from District Judge Daniel Baranoski at 6 p.m. Friday. Sgt. Robert Bugsch and Officer Adam Schwartz searched the mobile home and house. They recovered a .45 caliber Colt handgun; one gram of methamphetamine; numerous empty methamphetamine bags; a .32 caliber handgun; iodine; hydrogen peroxide; one gallon of Coleman fuel; muriatic acid; three quarts of liquid Drano; one pint of paint thinner, empty Sudafed packages and other items that are consistent with making methamphetamine, according to the search warrant. State police dressed in encapsulated suits entered the buildings and based on their investigation, they were convinced Kulow was allegedly operating a clandestine drug lab.
By 8 p.m. Friday, Baranoski arraigned Kulow on charges of persons not to own a firearm, intent to manufacture a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia. Baranoski sent the self-employed artist to Bucks County Prison in lieu of bail.
Kulow is currently serving four years probation after pleading guilty in October 2007, on charges of altering a prohibited offensive weapon and possession of a firearm not to be owned by a felon, according to Bucks County court records. Kulow's preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday before District Judge Joseph Falcone

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S said...

When r they going to lock this guy up?!? This guy was mentioned in "Doushebag" Corbett's "Breed Indictment" as having audio evidence against him for running balls and laundering cash and he's out on a violation firearm's charge. I can't believe this bozo is still running around. Now this?!? Wow!!! I can smell this one from a mile away.


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