It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News week in review.
On Monday, a police officer from Bucks County said he was shot in the line of duty, but a day later officials said the whole story was a hoax.
Police said Officer Jon Cousin of the Chalfont Police Department said he stopped a suspicious vehicle at the Lenape Valley Swim Club early Monday morning. He said when he got out of his vehicle, two men approached him and one shot him in the chest. Cousin said his bullet proof vest stopped the bullet.
After an investigation, officials determined Cousin actually fired a round of his own into the vest while he wasn't wearing it.
Cousin is now behind bars facing several charges.
The first week of school for some Berks County students left their parents thinking the worst after a bus mix-up.
Students from Millmont Elementary were bused to the wrong place Tuesday, and parents were frantic when they came to pick up their children, and they were no where to be found.
One student said he was dropped off 10 blocks from his stop.
The Berks County Intermediate Unit buses the students and said the school district is responsible for giving them the drop-off locations.
School officials said revised lists were sent out, but if parents had any other problems they should contact the district right away.
On Wednesday, a four-year-old girl from Carbon County had a terrifying encounter with a pet snake.
Police said a python bit the little girl's chest and hung on.
It happened near her home on North 2nd street in Lehighton.
Police had to cut the snake's neck to get it off the girl, who was taken to a hospital for treatment of cuts and scrapes. The girl is expected to be okay.
Police are still investigating the incident.
On Thursday, fire tore through the Morgan Corporation truck manufacturing plant in Caernarvon Township, Berks County.
The fire started because of an electric and mechanical malfunction that ignited combustibles in the building.
It caused about $3 million dollars in damage.
Officials with the company said the fire will have a minimal impact on its day-to-day operations.
And that's your 69 News week in review.