Thursday, November 29, 2012
Lower Saucon Township Police say Lismary Moore, 33, of Bethlehem, threatened to kill a township woman during a preliminary hearing at Magisterial District Judge David Tidd's office Nov. 14.
A Bethlehem woman was charged with making terroristic threats following an alleged courtroom incident, Lower Saucon Township Police announced Tuesday. In a press release, police said Lismary Moore, 33, of the 300 block of Laury Street, was attending a preliminary hearing for her brother at District Judge David Tidd's office Nov. 14 when she allegedly threatened to kill Carlyne Wilson of Lower Saucon Township. Police described Wilson as Moore's "brother's victims' aunt" and said she was at the court to attend the preliminary hearing. When Moore made her alleged threat, police said it was overheard by a township police officer and Wilson. "Due to the severity of the threat, a warrant was issued for Moore," they added. Police said Moore …
Friday, April 20, 2012
Lower Saucon Township police say Mark Biggs, of Hanover Township, Northampton County, stole a pair of Oakley sunglasses belonging to a Hellertown police officer while cleaning the office of District Judge David Tidd.
A cleaning person who was working in the office of District Judge David Tidd in Lower Saucon Township has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property, township police reported Friday. In a press release, Lower Saucon police said Mark Biggs, of the 1300 block of Oakwood Drive, Hanover Township, Northampton County, stole a pair of Oakley sunglasses belonging to a Hellertown police officer on April 18. "(Biggs) was the cleaning personnel at Judge Tidd's office," police explained. The value of the sunglasses was not indicated in the press release, but Oakleys enjoy a reputation as high-end eyewear. Most new pairs of men's Oakleys currently advertised on eBay are approximately $70 and up.
Friday, January 6, 2012
On Jan. 3, Philip Weber and John Bate were re-elected president and vice president, respectively, of Hellertown Borough Council. A new council member, Joseph Pampanin, was also sworn in at the meeting.
As anticipated, Hellertown Borough Council members stayed the course Jan. 3, with their unanimous re-election of Philip Weber as council president and re-election of John Bate as council vice president. The votes were taken at council's annual reorganization meeting, at which several council members elected in November--including new member Joseph Pampanin--were sworn into office by District Judge David Tidd. The current members of Hellertown Borough Council--in addition to Weber, Bate and Pampanin--are Richard Staffieri, Mike McKenna, Thomas Rieger and Gail Nolf. All are Democrats. Hellertown mayor Richard Fluck presided over the reorganization meeting until Weber's re-election as president, at which time the meeting gavel was …
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Lower Saucon Township police say Jose Rivera-Cabrera, of Shenandoah, Pa., was involved in a purse snatching incident at Leithsville Road Giant on Sept. 13.
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Thursday, October 13, 2011
A man from Shenandoah, Pa. has been charged in an alleged purse snatching incident that occurred at the Lower Saucon Township Giant Food Store last month, township police announced Thursday. According to a police department press release, Jose Rivera-Cabrera, of the 200 block of North Catherine Street, Shenandoah, Schuylkill County, has been charged with robbery, theft and receiving stolen property. Police said Rivera-Cabrera was arraigned before District Judge David Tidd and committed to Lehigh County Prison under $30,000 straight bail. The alleged incident occurred at the supermarket on Sept. 13 at 1:45pm, police said. The Giant supermarket is located at 1880 Leithsville Road, in the Creekside Marketplace shopping center.