Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Lower Saucon Township Police say Brenda Anema, of the 4100 block of Countryside Lane, drove 'straight into' a yard when she mistook a private driveway for Buttermilk Road.
A Lower Saucon Township woman was arrested for DUI, after police said she mistook a private driveway in the 4300 block of Lower Saucon Road for the turnoff to Buttermilk Road and drove "straight into the yard." In a news release, township police said Brenda Anema, of the 4100 block of Countryside Lane, was first observed driving "all over the road" by an officer on patrol near the I-78 overpass on Applebutter Road. As the officer followed her, police said he observed Anema fail to stop at a stop sign at Applebutter and Lower Saucon roads. The officer was following Anema to a location where it would be safe to pull her over when she allegedly mistook the driveway on Lower Saucon Road for Buttermilk, according to the news release, which …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Lower Saucon Township Police also announced recently that a Sherry Hill Road resident was cited for a dog law violation.
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Thursday, February 21
Man Found in Possession of Small Amount of Marijuana, Police Say Following a Feb. 9 traffic stop by police on Buttermilk Road, Matthew Leidy, of the 2100 block of Freemansburg Avenue, Wilson, was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana, as well as drug paraphernalia, Lower Saucon Township police say. Police indicated in a press release that Leidy was arrested on charges of possession. Woman Cited for Dog Law Violation, Police Say Allison Marie Sterner, of the 4000 block of Sherry Hill Road, was cited for a dog law violation Feb. 13, after police say her dog was found roaming in the 3900 block of Sherry Hill Road at 12:41 p.m. Police said the citation was for "Confinement of Dogs." Woman Arrested for DUI on Route 378 Janel …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Mountain Drive South and Redington Road East in Lower Saucon Township will be closed while paving occurs later this month.
Lower Saucon Township Department of Public Works director Roger Rasich has announced the following schedule for fall road paving on township roads. The paving will occur during the next two weeks, and two roads--Mountain Drive South and Redington Road East--will temporarily close to accommodate the work. "Please note that all work is weather conditional," Rasich said in an email. "Unless there is rain on the 24th, 25th and 26th we will stick to the schedule for the two roads to be closed, and if necessary adjust (the) rest of the roads to minimize the closures." ROAD PAVING SCHEDULE 9/19 - Finish Stonesthrow Road (already begun) 9/19 - Begin/finish Walters Avenue 9/20 - Finish Walters Ave (if not completed on the 19th) 9/20 - Begin Apple …