McDonald's Robbery Arrests, Feral Cat Plan Top Local News
Hellertown Police announced the filing of charges against two men in the 2010 armed robbery at McDonald's. In other news, a Trap-Neuter-Return program was introduced to deal with feral cat colonies.
Hellertown Police announced that DNA recovered from a discarded ski mask has allegedly been linked to Rodney Amos Chery, 24, who has been charged in the 2010 armed robbery of the McDonald's restaurant on Main Street.
The Borough of Hellertown has partnered with No Nonsense Neutering to bring a 'Trap-Neuter-Return' program to neighborhoods where feral cat colonies are causing problems.
A proposal to improve security in Saucon Valley schools by requiring visitors to leave their car keys at school offices when they signing in drew reader reaction.
An Upper Black Eddy man was drunk Feb. 21 when he punched the window out of another man's car and hid in a tub inside an apartment at 1999 Leithsville Road, Lower Saucon Township Police said.
Lower Saucon Township Police say Julie Ann Corriere, 44, of East Raders Lane, Lower Saucon, attempted to shoplift eye drops from the Leithsville Road Giant Food Store Feb. 23.
Saucon Valley Elementary School students are no longer permitted to celebrate their birthdays by bringing cookies, cakes and other treats to share in their classrooms.
The Hellertown Pharmacy, which was raided by federal agents last year, has closed, a borough official confirmed.