Lower Saucon Township Police are asking for the public's help as they attempt to identify a man who allegedly used a credit card to make purchases at a Lower Nazareth Walmart.
In a press release, Lower Saucon Township Police have asked for help from members of the public. Police are trying to identify a man captured on surveillance footage at an ATM in Bethlehem Township, where he allegedly used a stolen bank card to withdraw $500 from a Lower Saucon Township man's account. Police said Steven Solga, of Kevin Drive, first reported his wallet missing Aug. 10. Solga later discovered that money had been withdrawn from his bank account and that his credit card had been used to make $250 in purchases at a Walmart store in Lower Nazareth Township, police said. The man in the surveillance footage is shown wearing a baseball cap with the laters "NY" on the front and a light-colored T-shirt. In several of the images he …
The following information was supplied by the Lower Saucon Township Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Carbon County Man Charged With DUI On April 21 at 11:57pm police say an officer observed a tan Chevrolet make a traffic violation on East University Avenue near Rt. 378. Police said in a press release that the driver of the vehicle was identified as Cody Sallada, of the 300 block of Deer Lane, Lehighton. Sallada was found to be under the influence of marijuana "and also had a small amount of marijuana in his vehicle," police said. Sallada has been charged with DUI, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia and summary traffic violations, they added. Teen Cited for Allegedly Littering on Riverside Drive On April 25 at 4:47am police say Hailey M. Kemmerer, 18, of the 3800 block of Beeline Drive, Lower Saucon …