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  • 10/23/14--21:00: Court notes 10/24/14
  • Jolie C. Loeble and William Dexter Loeble III to Clark Gerhart and Kimberly J. Gerhart for $385,000; Sugarloaf Township.

    Sanela Saracina and Michael D. Popp for $207,500; Butler Township.

    Pro-Ko Properties, Inc. to Samed D. Eid for $74,900; Forty Fort.

    James M. Snyder (trustee) and James M. and Mary K. Sunder Revocable Living Trust and James J. M. Synder and Mary K. Snyder Revocable Living Trust to Kay Andres Long for $127,000; Salem Township.

    Willard H. Lamson to Jean S. Lamson to Christopher J. Rebarchak and Amanda M. Rebarchak for $115,000; White Haven.

    Michael A. Incitti and Aprile A. Incitti to Jerry A. Richman Jr. and Stacy R. Richman for $179,000; Fairview Township.

    David Androski and Jessica Androski to Kathy Ann Engle and William George Engle for $85,000; Wilkes-Barre.

    Harry J. Kress Jr. to Michael Portonova and Sanela Portonova for $380,000; Sugarloaf Township.

    Rosalie Smith to Catherine J. Arthur for $125,000; Pittston.

    Dorothy B. Kishel to Christopher Flynn and Alyssa R. Slezak for $150,000; Dupont.

    David Stoshick (executor) and Joseph Stoshick (estate) and Joseph R. Stoshick (estate) to Marytheresa Pupa for $119,000; Dupont.

    Greater Wilkes-Barre Development Corporation (agent) and Luzerne County Industrial Development Authority (per agent) to 450 New Commerce Boulevard, LLC for $86,700; Hanover Township.

    Ryan D. Stefanick and Jennifer F. Stefanick and Jennifer F. Kennedy to Joseph Lettiere for $205,000; Black Creek Township.

    Bryan A. Kupchik (administrator) and Aneda Kaplan (estate) to Cecil W. Stout for $85,000; Kingston.

    Susan Oberto (executrix) and Rose M. Craig (estate) and Rose Marie Craig (estate) and Rose Craig (estate) to Cheryl Ann Bachart for $141,000; Hazle Township.

    Lake Louise Properties, LLC to Charles L. Finn and Christina L. Finn for $100,000; Franklin Township.

    Paul R. Clothier and Kimberly M. Clothier to Christopher L. Malonis and Amber M. Malonis for $224,900; Dallas Township.

    ACIP, LLC to PSI Realty, LLC for $700,000; Wright Township.

    Harold Jackson and Heather Jackson to Ray J. Margary and Matthew D. Mahalak for $90,000; Hanover Township.


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    Deer causes crash

    GORDON - A Mount Carmel man escaped injury when his vehicle crashed into a ditch early Tuesday along Airport Road in Barry Township, Schuylkill County.

    The crash occurred shortly before 6 a.m. about 1 1/2 miles east of Route 901. Trooper Eric Reber of the Schuylkill Haven station said Jarrod J. Taylor, 32, was driving a 2002 Saturn SL1 north near Rice Road when he swerved to avoid a deer and lost control of the vehicle. It traveled along the berm, striking a mailbox and a road sign before stopping in a ditch.

    Taylor was wearing a seat belt, police said. He was cited for driving without a valid inspection, according to an online records search. Reber said in a press release that Taylor would also be cited for roadways laned for traffic.


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  • 10/23/14--21:00: Police Briefs, Oct. 24, 2014
  • Man charged with trespassing

    State police at Towanda said charges of criminal trespass were filed through District Court 42-3-01 on John Baptist Garino, 26, of Gillett, following an incident that took place at 6:23 p.m. Oct. 8 in the downstairs apartment of a residence on Route 14 in Troy Township.

    The victim, Britney Ann Granger, 24, of Troy, told police Garino entered her residence without permission and was forced to leave.

    Items taken

    Lonnie Sick, 46, of Trout Run, told state police at Towanda that someone broke into a camper and stole items sometime between Sept. 27-29 on Cold Springs Road in LeRoy Township.

    Residence entered

    Wendy Moore, 39, of Troy, told state police at Towanda that someone entered her residence and removed items from within sometime between noon and 3:10 p.m. Oct. 20 on Christmas Lane in Columbia Township.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda.


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  • 10/24/14--21:00: Police Brief 10/25/2014
  • Accident results in DUI charges

    On Sept. 28, Athens Township Police officers were dispatched to the scene of a one vehicle accident in the parking lot of Walmart and advised that the driver may be intoxicated.

    An officer inspected the disabled vehicle while the driver, William C. Swackhammer Jr., 48, of Athens, was being attended by emergency medical staff and detected an obvious odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle.

    The driver admitted to the officer that he was traveling, "a little too fast," and hit a cement curb. After the accident, Swackhammer told the officer he went inside and bought two boxes of Twinkies and spoke briefly with the manager about his disabled vehicle.

    As a result of the accident and the further observations of the officer, Swackhammer was placed under arrest and charged with DUI: highest rate of alcohol, DUI: general impairment and driving a vehicle at a safe speed. He will answer to these charges at a preliminary hearing with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw on Nov. 7.


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    Trash charge

    SHAMOKIN - Toni Ruth Pashia, 45, of 30 N. Anthracite St., Shamokin, was cited by Patrolman Shane Mowery for violating the city's rubbish ordinance. Pashia is accused of tossing two bags of household trash into someone else's Dumpster in the 100 block of North Eighth Street on Oct. 18.

    Stealing snuff

    SUNBURY - An inmate of the Northumberland County Prison, Sunbury, is accused of attempting to steal a can of Skoal Xtra Mint tobacco from a sheriff deputy's desk Friday.

    Alexander Armstrong, 28, of Mount Carmel, was in restraints at the time he attempted to steal and conceal the tobacco inside his prison-issued clothing about 3:15 p.m., according to the sheriff's office. He was at the county courthouse for a court appearance.

    Deputy Sheriff Curtis T. Cooke cited Armstrong for disorderly conduct. The citation will be filed at the office of Magisterial District Judge Benjamin Apfelbaum.

    DUI, fleeing

    ATLAS - Arthur E. Mickel, 50, of 117 W. Girard St., Atlas, has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance and fleeing police in connection with an Aug. 9 incident in this Mount Carmel Township village.

    According to a criminal complaint filed by Mount Carmel Township Patrolman Kelly Campbell, Mickel, who has a suspended driver's license and was wanted by authorities, was spotted driving a vehicle east on West Girard Street at about 12:30 p.m. before fleeing police and abandoning the vehicle on Mahogany Street near East Columbia Avenue. Police said Mickel intentionally dropped the keys to the vehicle on the ground while walking and resisted arrest when Campbell attempted to handcuff him.

    Police said Mickel was wanted on a warrant by the Northumberland County Sheriff's Office and also was on probation.

    Police said Mickel had a blood-alcohol content of .066 percent and also had Oxycodone-Free in his blood system.

    He was arraigned Thursday by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones and committed to Norhumberland County Prison, Sunbury, in lieu of $30,000 cash bail.

    DUI

    RALPHO TOWNSHIP - Patrolman Christopher Grow has charged Joseph A. Cikanovich, 49, of 1450 Pulaski Ave., Coal Township, with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, careless driving and operating a vehicle without official inspection.

    Police said Cikanovich registered a blood-alcohol content of .121 percent after being found by Grow sitting in a vehicle stuck in the middle of a muddy grass field near Drug Plastics at 4:15 p.m. March 21.

    DUI

    MOUNT CARMEL TOWNSHIP - Elmer Jason Steinbrunn, 52, of Schuylkill Haven, was charged by Patrolman Kelly Campbell with driving under the influence of a controlled substance, driving under the influence of a combination of drugs, recklessly endangering another person, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, reckless driving and careless driving involving an Aug. 24 two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 54 and Park Avenue near Marion Heights.

    Police said Steinbrunn was found to have multiple drugs in his blood system including marijuana and Oxycodone-Free.


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  • 10/24/14--21:00: Court notes
  • Flap Jack Properties, LLC to Kevin L. Perrins to $72,000; Lehman Township.

    Mildred Rusnak to Richard M. Martin for $220,000; Fairmount Township.

    Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter Inc. and Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary to Mary Ann Ferrence and Michael R. Ferrence Jr. for $105,000; Plains Township.

    Joseph F. Ostroeski and Kathleen C. Kelley and Kathleen C. Ostrowski to Judy A. Jenkins for $145,000; West Wyoming.

    Melanie Pierson and Kevin Pierson and Melanie Kachurik to Harold Jackson III and Heather M. Jackson for $150,000; Wright Township.

    Maria Tavella and Jeffery Tavella to Sandra A. Trimmer for $113,000; Plains Township.

    Edna Rachkowski (agent) and Richard L. Rachkowski (per agent) to Tera L. Ardo and James M. Ardo Jr. for $72,000; Duryea.

    J.N. Properties NEPA LLC to Michael Brian Smith and Carissa Smith for $100,000; Fairview Township.

    Luzerne County Tax Claim Bureau to Ellis Investment (per tax claim) to PS Capital Ventures Inc. for $72,000; Nanticoke.

    Joseph C. Bambera (trustee) and St. Rocco’s Roman Catholic Congregation to Blue Mountain Ministry, LLC for $90,000; Pittston.

    Howard A. Cosgrove and Judith T. Cosgrove to Joshua Simms and Barbara G. Simms for $170,000; Lehman Township.


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    Two injured

    LOWER MAHANOY TOWNSHIP - Two people were injured Friday night when a vehicle struck an embankment off Route 147 after the driver swerved to avoid hitting a deer.

    State police at Stonington reported Christina L. Young, 37, of Dalmatia, was driving a 2009 Volkswagen GTI north at 8:30 p.m. when she lost control after swerving to avoid striking a deer, causing the vehicle to hit an embankment.

    Young escaped injury, but two passengers, Kevin L. Young, 37, and a 6-year-old girl, both of Dalmatia, were injured and reportedly transported by Elizabethville Ambulance to Penn State Hershey Medical Center.

    Harassment

    LOCUSTDALE - Michael F. Kroh, 31, of Locustdale, faces charges of harassment and disorderly conduct relating to a disturbance at 2:15 p.m. Friday at 45 Middle St.

    State police at Bloomsburg reported Kroh is accused of shoving an unidentified 44-year-old female before leaving the residence. The victim suffered a minor scratch above her right eye.


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  • 10/25/14--21:00: Article 1
  • Police Brief

    Near accident causes DUI arrest

    On Saturday, Sept. 20, officers with the Sayre Borough Police Department were conducting field sobriety tests on a different subject on North Thomas Avenue when another vehicle accelerated and pulled into the driveway, nearly hitting the first subject. The officer ran between the vehicle and subject to stop the vehicle and protect the subject from being struck from behind.

    The vehicle stopped abruptly approximately two to four feet from striking the subject and the officer.

    The officer approached the vehicle and identified Mark Joseph Roberts Sr., 58, of Sayre, as the driver. Roberts was instructed to turn off the vehicle and take the keys out of the ignition, to which he refused to comply. At this time Roberts Sr. yelled at the officer before turning the vehicle off and handing the keys to the officer.

    Roberts Sr. was asked to leave the vehicle at which time he was observed unsteady on his feet and required assistance in exiting the vehicle. At this time officers asked Roberts Sr. to perform a series of field sobriety tests, which he failed to complete without losing his balance several times.

    Roberts Sr. was placed under arrest and charged with DUI: highest rate of alcohol and careless driving. He will face Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw at 10 a.m. on Nov. 7 at a preliminary hearing to answer the charges.


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  • 10/25/14--21:00: Article 0
  • Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons were recently sentenced in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda:

    Damian Saxbury, 21, of Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in Bradford County Correctional Facility for 72 hours to six months, and a fine of $1000, he will also lose his driver's license for 12 months for the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Officer Bryan Bellows of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Saxbury for the offense on April 4, 2014.

    Claude Aumick, 28, Rome, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility for 14 months to 60 months and a fine of $2500; he will also lose his driver's license for 18 months for the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Officer Ryan Edsell of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Aumick for the offense on Sept. 13, 2014.

    Robert Bump, 39, Monroeton, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in Bradford County Correctional Facility for 90 days and a fine of $500 and restitution of $330, County Intermediate Punishment for 24 months, he will also lose his driver's license for six months for the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Agents of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Bump following investigation of an incident that occurred in Bradford County.

    Miranda Hamilton, 23, of Sugar Run, Pa., was resentenced following revocation of a sentence of probation to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for three months, 15 days to 18 months, and a fine of $1200, she will also lose her driver's license for 12 months, for the offenses of Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance, Felony and Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Agents of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Hamilton following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wyalusing Township.

    Jenna Hart, 24, Towanda, Pa., was resentenced following revocation of a sentence of probation to costs and restitution of $500 and Probation for a term of 24 months for the offense of Simple Assault, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Sergeant David Lantz of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Hart for the offense on Aug. 19, 2013.

    Cathleen Roberts, 54, Owego, N.Y., was sentenced to fines of $500 and Probation for a term of 24 months; she will also lose her driver's license for six months for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Officer Bruce Hoffman of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Roberts for the offense on April 28, 2014.

    Christopher Quintana, 25, of Rome, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for 105 days to six months and fines of $1900, Probation for a term of 12 months, he will also lose his driver's license for 18 months for the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree, Criminal Mischief, a misdemeanor of the second degree, Disorderly Conduct a misdemeanor of the third degree and Harassment, a summary offense. Trooper Mark Sadowski of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Quintana following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wysox Township.

    Michael Karge, 64, of Troy, Pa., was sentenced to fines, costs, restitution for a term of six months for the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Sergeant James Shaw of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Karge for the offense in June 28, 2008.

    Timothy Mosier, 27, of New Albany, Pa., was resentenced following a revocation of probation to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for one month to nine months and fines of $300 and Probation for a term of three months for the offense of Disorderly Conduct and Harassment. Trooper Michael Moser of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Mosier following investigation of an incident that occurred in New Albany Township.

    Timothy Mosier, 27, of New Albany, Pa., was resentenced following revocation of probation to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for two months to 12 months and fines of $2000 for the offense of Criminal Conspiracy and, Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Trooper Michael Adams of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Mosier following investigation of an incident that occurred on Franklin Township.

    Nicholas Fennell, 28, of Canton, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for 72 hours to six months and fines of $1000, he will also lose his driver's license for 12 months for the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Officer Trey Kurtz of the Canton Borough Police Department arrested Fennell for the offense on May 18, 2014.

    James Swick, 28, of Masontown, Pa., was resentenced following revocation of a sentence of probation to a term of imprisonment in Bradford County Correctional Facility for 13 days to 12 months and a fine of $500, for the offense of Resisting Arresting, misdemeanor of the second degree. Officer Joshua Lake of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Swick for the offense on May 26, 2012.

    Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons recently entered guilty pleas in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda:

    Joseph Maynard, 56, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Criminal Mischief, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Maynard will be sentenced Dec. 11, 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer Bryan Bellows of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Maynard for the offense on Feb. 19, 2014.

    William Gleason, 50, Canton, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to four counts of Indecent Assault, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Gleason will be sentenced in January, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department and a report by the Pennsylvania Sex Offender Assessment Board.

    Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Gleason following investigation of an incident that occurred in Canton Township.

    Robert McGrath, 34, Athens, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree and Public Drunkenness, a summary offense. McGrath will be sentenced Dec. 4, 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested McGrath for the offense on June 28, 2014.

    David Watkins, 34, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Watkins will be sentenced Dec. 4, 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer Travis Snyder of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Watkins for the offense in May 2014.

    Jason Ragan, 24, Monroeton, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Theft, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Ragan will be sentenced Dec. 4, 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer John Fedorchak of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Ragan for the offense on April 30, 2014.

    William Lafritz, 44, Gillett, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Unsworn Falsification, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Lafritz will be sentenced following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Trooper Jeffrey Sredenschek of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Lafritz following investigation of an incident that occurred in Ridgebury Township on Jan. 30, 2014.

    William Keene, 35, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Keene will be sentenced Nov. 24, 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer Sean Flynn of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Keene for the offense on May 23, 2014.

    Claude Aumick, 28, Rome, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Aumick will be sentenced 2014, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. Officer Ryan Edsell of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Aumick for the offense on Sept. 13, 2014.

    Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons were recently accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda:

    Michael Tappan, 48, Nichols, N.Y., charged with the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Tappan will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department which will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Tappan must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department filed the charges on July 1, 2014 for the offense in Sayre Borough.

    Frederick Ringler, 53, Towanda, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Ringler will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department which will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Ringler must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel. Trooper William McDermott of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Ringler for the offense on April 25, 2014 in Monroeton Borough.

    Danielle Overpeck, 42, Waverly, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Overpeck will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department which will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Overpeck must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and she will lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for 30 days. Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Overpeck for the offense on May 18, 2014, in Towanda Township.

    Kristin Brennan, 58, Athens, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Brennan will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department which will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Brennan must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and she will lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days. Trooper William McDermott of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Brennan for the offense on June 20, 2014 in Athens Township.

    Bradford County District Attorney, Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following person(s) recently entered a plea of Nolo Contendere in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda:

    Kyle Chapman, 25, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of nolo contendere/no contest to Disorderly Conduct, a summary offense. Chapman will be sentenced on Dec. 4, 2014, following preparation of a pre-sentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. A no-contest plea is entered where the defendant cannot recall the event but will be held guilty and sentenced. Sergeant James Shaw of the Sayre Police Department arrested Chapman for the offense in April following noise complaints.


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  • 10/26/14--21:00: COURT NOTES
  • Chester Danowski and Carol Danowski to Michael S. Waltermyer and Alyssa M. Hillard for $70,000; Nanticoke.

    Harold Otto Vogt to Chester W. Danowski and Carol A. Danowski for $113,000; Salem Township.

    Jeffery L. Nuss and Katie A. Chado to Elizabeth Allen for $105,000; Nuangola.

    Gerald J. Mullery and Janet M. Mullery (estate) to Brandon Smith for $71,000; Plymouth Township.


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    Sobriety checkpoint

    COAL TOWNSHIP - The North Central Highway Safety Network's Regional DUI Enforcement Group and Coal Township police will conduct roving patrols or sobriety checkpoints this week on Routes 61, 225, 125, 54, 487, 901 and 147 or other connecting roadways to municipalities.

    Travelers are reminded to report drunk drivers by dialing 911. To report underage drinking, call 1-888-under-21.

    The roving patrols and checkpoints are funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and National Highway Safety Administration.


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  • 10/27/14--21:00: Court Notes 10/28/14
  • PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

    Alliance Road Associates LP and PCG INC (general partner) to Richard Reggie and Mary Ann Reggie for $232,600; Butler Township.

    Robert L. Mylet to Jason L. Dalley for $133,000; Swoyersville.

    Roger Bagnata (executor) and Michele Williams (executrix) and Roger Bagnata (estate) to Mark S. Harman for $112,500; Black Creek Township.

    Edward A. Snitkko (executor) and Edward A. Snitko and Della F. Schulz to Wendy L. Schukraft for $120,000; Bear Creek Township.

    John W. Feddock and Penny Ann Feddock to Elizabeth A. Delaney for $255,000; Fairview Township.

    Charles R. Hessler and Emma Hessler to Ronald A. Hankey Jr. for $70,000; West Wyoming.


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    Damage to site

    GIRARDVILLE - Reading Anthracite Company reported to Butler Township Police someone damaged property at 116 Connerton Road between 3:20 p.m. Oct. 2 and 9 a.m. Oct. 3.

    Anyone with any information is asked to contact Butler Township Police at 570-875-4131.

    Liquor law violation

    SUNBURY - Original Italian Pizza, 339 Market St., was cited Oct. 23 by the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement for selling, furnishing, giving or permitting the sale of liquor to a minor Aug. 9.


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  • 10/28/14--21:00: Police Briefs 10/29/2014
  • Speeding leads to DUI arrest

    Officers with the Athens Borough Police Department were on patrol near North Main Street on Sept. 8, in Athens when they observed a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed. The officers pulled their unmarked patrol car up to North Main Street at which time the suspect vehicle nearly stopped in the middle of the street. The officers observed the vehicle drive at a very low speed when they activated their emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop.

    The driver was identified as 40-year-old Nellie L. Labarr of Sayre. Upon speaking with Labarr, officers were able to detect the odor of alcohol emitting from her person. She advised the officers that she had been drinking and while being questioned was "actively attempting to fasten her seatbelt."

    While officers were running her information, Labarr turned her vehicle back on. The officers again told her to shut off the engine and remove her keys from the ignition. She was asked to step out of her vehicle and perform a battery of field sobriety tests, which she could not complete successfully.

    Labarr was placed under arrest and charged with DUI: general impairment; DUI: highest rate of alcohol; obedience to traffic control devices and careless driving. She is set to answer to these charges at a preliminary hearing with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw on Nov. 7.

    Fight results in endangerment charges

    Officers with the Athens Township Police department responded to an emergency call on Sept. 15 regarding a physical fight between two males involving a gun.

    Officers arrived and arrested David E. Stedge, 24, of Sayre as a result of the investigation of the fight that took place. During the argument, Stedge took possession of a shotgun and threatened several individuals, in the presence of children. Officers determined that Stedge recklessly engaged in conduct which placed others in danger of death or serious bodily injury, in violation of the law.

    He was charged with one misdemeanor count of recklessly endangering another person. Stedge is set to answer to the charge on Nov. 18 with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw presiding.

    Probation visit finds paraphernalia

    During a routine home visit to the home of Christopher W. Sutton III, 32, of Sayre, Pennsylvania State Parole Agents found several items used to smoke marijuana, including a large water bong, a small water bong and a glass pipe. The agents then called the Athens Township Police Department who placed Sutton under arrest and charged him with prohibited acts: possession of drug paraphernalia.

    He is set to face this charge at a preliminary hearing on Nov. 18 with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw presiding.

    Speeding through downtown results in DUI arrest

    On Aug. 10, officers with the Sayre Borough Police Department were in patrol in the area of downtown Sayre when they observed a vehicle driving in excess of the 15 mph posted speed limit. Officers began to follow the vehicle and again observed it traveling at a high rate of speed; at times in excess of 40 mph in a posted 25 mph zone. The driver was having trouble controlling the vehicle and was observed weaving across the center line of the roadway.

    The officers activated their emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop. The driver was found to be 24-year-old Binghamton resident Timothy J. Stanley.

    Stanley told the officers that he was driving erratically because he was very upset with his friend who lived next door to where he was pulled over. Officers observed Stanley having red, bloodshot eyes and was slurring his speech as he spoke. When asked if he had consumed any alcohol, he confirmed that he had "a few drinks."

    Stanley was asked to perform the standard battery of field sobriety tests, which he failed to perform in a satisfactory manner.

    He was placed under arrest and charged with one count of DUI: highest rate of alcohol. He will face these charges at a preliminary hearing with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw on Nov. 21.

    Speeding causes DUI arrest of a minor

    Athens Township Police officers reported the arrest of a minor, 18-year-old Timothy E. Hoose of Sayre following a speeding incident on the Route 220 bypass in Athens Township.

    While traveling in an unmarked police car, Hoose was observed in the officers' rear mirror traveling in a high rate of speed. Hoose then passed the police vehicle traveling at speeds greater than the posted 55 mph limit. The vehicle passed the officer and then immediately slowed down to 40 mph before veering across the fog line. At this time, the officers initiated a traffic stop.

    The driver was identified as Hoose by his driver's license. While speaking with Hoose, officers could detect an odor of alcohol and then found an open can of beer in the driver's side cup holder.

    During questioning, Hoose admitted consuming "seven or eight beer," while driving around the Troy area. Officers also found two clear plastic bags filled with ice and unopened cans of beer in the back of the vehicle during the traffic stop.

    Hoose was asked to perform the standard series of field sobriety tests, which he failed to perform in a satisfactory manner. He was placed under arrest and charged with one count of DUI: highest rate of alcohol; DUI: general impairment; DUI by a minor; minor prohibited from operating with any level of alcohol; driving on right side of the roadway; careless driving and purchase, consumption, possession or transport of brewed beverages by a minor.

    He will face these charges at a preliminary hearing with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw on Nov. 21.


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    PFA violation

    SHAMOKIN - Michael Gilligbauer, 22, of 409 N. Rock St., Apt. 2, was charged with a misdemeanor count of violating a protection from abuse order for an incident occurring at 12:46 p.m. Tuesday.

    City police said Gilligbauer left a message reading "I love you" on a cardboard box in front of the home of a female who has the order against him. When the victim saw Gilligbauer near her home, he "blew her a kiss," police allege.

    Gilligabuer was remanded to Northumberland County Prison in lieu of $5,000 bail.

    Stalking charge

    PAXINOS - Melissa K. Sulick, 48, of 3 Clarion St., Shamokin, was charged by state police with misdemeanor counts of stalking and harassment for continuing to attempt to contact Michael Timco at his place of employment, National Ticket Co., after she was charged numerous other times with stalking and harassing Timco.

    Trooper Todd Leiby said Sulick called National Ticket Co. at least 19 times and left 10 voice mails asking Timco to meet with her.

    On Aug. 28, Sulick was charged with criminal trespass by Leiby for appearing at the business after being told not to enter the property. She was told not to return or make contact with Timco through any means or she would face possible prosecution.

    "The most recent act serves as further evidence of a continuing course of conduct of stalking being carried out by (Sulick)," Leiby wrote in a complaint filed Monday.

    Camera stolen

    MOUNT CARMEL - Kimberly Ann Olearnick, 28, of 240 S. Beech St., Mount Carmel, was charged by borough police Cpl. David Donkochik with misdemeanor counts of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property for an incident occurring sometime between March 1 and 22 at 242 S. Beech St.

    Donkochik said Olearnick stole a Kodak digital camera from next-door neighbor Veronica Schaeffer and sold it to her 8-year-old niece for $10. The camera was valued at $129.99.

    Drug paraphernalia

    MOUNT CARMEL - Bobbijo Lopez, 36, of 148 W. Avenue, Mount Carmel, was charged by borough police Cpl. David Donkochik with a misdemeanor count of possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia for an incident occurring around 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at her home.

    Donkochik said Northumberland County Probation officers David Wondoloski, Shawn McClay and Shawn Mummey located a glass smoking pipe filled with synthetic marijuana at Lopez's residence underneath a pillow in her bedroom.

    DUI, careless driving

    MOUNT CARMEL - John William Petrovich, 64, of 720 Pole Road, Ringtown, was charged this week by Mount Carmel Township patrolman Joshua Pastucka with driving under the influence and careless driving after he was allegedly found driving erratically on Route 61 near Strong at 11:50 p.m. March 6.

    Petrovich said Pastucka refused a blood test, but failed two field sobriety tests.

    Fictitious reports

    MOUNT CARMEL - Doris Machuzak, 68, of 138 E. Melrose St., Marion Heights, was charged with misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence and driving under the influence of drugs, and a summary offense of careless driving for an incident occurring at 4:43 p.m. Sept. 19 at the entrance of Serenity Gardens in Den Mar Gardens.

    Township police said Machuzak struck a utility pole with attempting to back out of the parking lot, then continued onto Vermont Drive. She was stopped at Utah Drive and Route 2034 and found to be lethargic with slow, slurred speech. A blood test revealed numerous prescription drugs present in her system, police allege.

    Machuzak was also charged with misdemeanor counts of false alarms to agencies of public safety and making false reports after an Oct. 16 incident where she allegedly told police her 16-year-old granddaughter had been kidnapped by a female at 5 p.m. the day before.

    Township police discovered the unidentified juvenile had been taken from Machuzak by Children and Youth Services some time before the incident occurred and not by a woman Machuzak identified as "Kelsey."

    Police: 2 had Spice

    SHAMOKIN - Matthew Fabian, 18, of 51 Mountain Road, Shamokin, was charged with misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled or counterfeit substance for an incident occurring at 1:40 a.m. Sept. 20.

    Coal Township police said when a vehicle containing Fabian as a passenger was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint along Route 61, an empty and opened six pack of beer sat on the rear seat of the vehicle. While the driver of the vehicle underwent field sobriety tests, police questioned Fabian, who said that a pipe found in the glove compartment of the vehicle was his. Police said Fabian also removed a yellow plastic baggie from his wallet, saying that it contained Spice and, as recently as 30 minutes prior, he and the driver of the vehicle had smoked Spice.

    Co-worker theft

    SHAMOKIN - Amy L. Carl, 29, of 14 Raspberry Hill, was charged by Shamokin police with theft of property and receiving stolen property after she allegedly stole an envelope containing $260 from a fellow employee of DW Deli at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 17.

    When the victim, who police did not identify, realized the envelope was missing, she alerted ownership and a surveillance video showed Carl had taken the envelope, police said.

    When owner Linda Schwartz confronted Carl that same day, she removed money from within her bra, then went to her purse and retrieved the envelope. Carl's employment was terminated, police said.

    Lamp, toys stolen

    COAL TOWNSHIP - Crystal Hogan, 24, and Elizabeth Farbiarz, 27, both of 1526 Pulaski Ave., Coal Township, were charged by township police Cpl. Terry Ketchem Jr. with misdemeanor counts of retail theft and criminal conspiracy for an incident occurring at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 at Walmart Supercenter, Coal Township.

    Ketchem said an employee saw Hogan concealing merchandise in a Walmart bag and Farbiarz concealing merchandise in her purse. Both then attempted to exit the store without paying for the goods, which included clothing, a lamp and toys, police allege.

    The employee attempted to stop Hogan and Farbiarz at the door, but both refused and continued into the parking lot, according to police. The employee obtained the license plate of their vehicle and police discovered the vehicle was registered to Hogan. Police said they stopped the vehicle while it was en route to Hogan and Farbiarz's house and located the stolen merchandise.

    The total value of items taken was $96.31.

    Cans stolen

    MOUNT CARMEL - Jody Valentine Foulke, 29, of 19 Hillcrest Drive, Elysburg, and Amanda M. Lotis, 31, of 137 W. Avenue, Mount Carmel, were charged by borough Patrolman William Adamski with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property for an incident occurring at 1:32 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Mount Carmel Elks, Oak and Cherry streets.

    Adamski alleges Foulke and Lotis removed bags of cans from the donor bin outside of the Elks, then traded the cans for $14.70 at SOS Metals.


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    Trespass charges

    COAL TOWNSHIP - Three men were charged with defiant trespass after a pickup not licensed to be on Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area property was found stuck in a mud hole, according to Coal Township police.

    Robert Deeter, 28, of 209 W. Market St., Trevorton, was allegedly trespassing when he drove on AOAA property Sunday, police said, ignoring posted signs. When his pickup truck became stuck, he sought help from Timothy Klouser, 45, of 323 W. Shamokin St., Trevorton, and Mike Deeter, 30, of 16 First St., Wilburton. The three were stopped by AOAA officials.

    Charges will be filed by Patrolman Dave Sage at the office of Magisterial District Judge John Gembic III, Shamokin.

    Traffic citations

    MOUNT CARMEL - Joshua T. Hill, 27, of Marion Heights, was cited Wednesday with four traffic citations related to a hit-and-run accident Sunday night in Marion Heights: accidents with damaged to unattended vehicle, fraudulent use of registration plate, driving without insurance, driving an unregistered vehicle. Mount Carmel Township Patrolman Kelly Campbell issued the citations.


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  • 10/29/14--21:00: Police Briefs 10/30/2014
  • Television smashed in Towanda

    Someone smashed a SONY television on private property at the intersection of Bridge and Third streets in Towanda, borough police said.

    The incident took place approximately a week ago, police said.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Towanda Borough police at (570) 265-2522.

    A $100 reward has been offered by the property owner to anyone who provides information leading to charges being filed against the actor or actors, police said.

    Arrow lands on roof

    State police at Towanda said someone shot an arrow into the air sometime between 9 p.m. Oct. 22 and 8 a.m. Oct. 25 in Wyalusing, and the arrow landed on a roof on Marsh Street.

    Police said the victim in the incident was Ellen Minnier, 36, of Wyalusing.

    Anyone with additional information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.

    Tool box taken

    State police at Towanda said someone removed a Snap-on brand tool box with miscellaneous tools inside at approximately 4:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in Burlington.

    Police said the victim is Christopher Travis, 27, no address given.

    Anyone with additional information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.

    Access device fraud reported

    State police at Towanda said someone attempted to open a credit card account with the personal information of Dawn Warner Debach, 68, of Troy, but was denied sometime between 12:01 a.m. Oct. 16 and midnight Oct. 17 on Pisgah Road in Troy.

    Police said the actor or actors also tried to open a second credit card account, which was approved and was used to purchase $1,300 worth of merchandise.

    Man injured

    State police at Towanda said Chad A. Placke, 28, of Rome, had a moderate injury in a crash at 9:29 p.m. Oct. 22 on State Route 467 in Stevens Township.

    Police said he was traveling on the road, just west of Route 706, at an unsafe speed on the wet roadway, while negotiating a right curve. He lost control of his Jeep Wrangler, and traveled into the westbound berm, striking a guardrail and overturning. The vehicle came to final rest on its passenger side in the middle of the roadway.

    Police said his vehicle had disabling front end passenger side damage, and Placke was transported to Robert Packer Hospital for his injuries. He was cited for a violation of "roadways laned for traffic."

    Police were assisted at the scene by HOPS EMS, Laceyville Fire Department, and Babcock's Towing.

    One injured

    State police at Towanda said Mark R. Soper, 49, of Troy, had a minor injury in a crash at 10:14 a.m. Oct. 27 on Route 14 in Columbia Township.

    Police said he was traveling north on the road, when several deer ran into the roadway from the southbound berm. He swerved in an attempt to miss the deer, and traveled into a ditch in the southbound berm, causing disabling undercarriage damage to his Dodge Ram.

    Kelleher's Towing assisted at the scene.


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  • 10/29/14--21:00: Court Notes 10/30/14
  • PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

    Sand Springs Development Corp. to Michael T. Dorneman and Jessica E. Dorneman for $356,579; Butler Township.

    Gildo J. Pascucci to Tom Wai Fu Eng and Qing Qing Eng for $84,000; Plains Township.

    Susan Marie Anderson (attorney in fact) and Margaret Shupnik (per attorney in fact) to Samuel J. Blaski for $90,500; Luzerne.

    National Penn Bank to DHD V LCC for $330,000; Hazleton.

    Tracey Olshefski and Tracy Olshefski and Tracy Marie Nesbitt to Randall N. Lieberman Jr. for $114,000; Slocum Township.

    Eric M. Strenfel and Moriah R. Strenfel to Joshua Dennis and Lauren E. Seelye for $294,000; Union Township.

    Ian A. Preedy and Catherine A. Preedy to Donald A. Yeske and Lori J. Yeske for $182,000; Penn Lake Park.

    Eagle Rock Resort Co. to Paul R. Zambito and Dolores Zambito for $73,089.5; Hazle Township.

    Presidential Land Co. Ltd. to Shantanu Bishwal and Archana Chaudhari for $464,900; Rice Township.

    Thomas E. Myers and Jonathan Sean McCarty and Ashley Rose McCarty for $165,000; Dallas Township.

    Paul H. Henne to Dennis L. Stackhouse and Geri L. Stackhouse for $75,000; Salem Township.


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  • 10/29/14--21:00: Police Report Highlights
  • TAYLOR POLICE: Officers responded to more than 100 calls between Oct. 5-19.

    On Oct. 5, officers were dispatched to investigate a domestic dispute in a home in the 400 block of South Keyser Avenue. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of Oak Street. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). Officers also conducted a traffic stop in the 700 block of South Keyser Avenue. The driver was arrested for DUI.

    On Oct. 6, officers were dispatched to investigate a bear complaint in the 900 block of Prince Street. A theft complaint sent officers to Keyser Avenue. Officers were dispatched to investigate a criminal mischief complaint in the 500 block of North Main Street. A reported road hazard sent officers to the 600 block of Oak Street. Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a disabled motorist on Davis Street.

    On Oct. 7, officers were dispatched to investigate an activated alarm in the 500 block of Main Street. Police were sent to assist the fire department with a call on Kennedy Boulevard. A motor vehicle accident (MVA) sent officers to the 500 block of South Main Street.

    On Oct. 8, officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a disorderly man in the 400 block of North Main Street. A retail theft complaint sent officers to the Walmart on Main Street. Officers responded to investigate a report of illegal solicitation on Williams Street.

    On Oct. 9, officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of South Keyser Avenue. Theft complaints sent officers to homes in the 400 block of Storrs Street, the 400 block of Main Street and the 100 block of South Ridge Street.

    A noise complaint sent officers to the 1100 block of Loomis Avenue. A burglary complaint sent officers to a home in the 500 block of West Grove Street.

    On Oct. 10, officers were dispatched to investigate a DUI in the 600 block of Main Street. A report of a suspicious man sent officers to the intersection of Pine and Fourth streets.

    On Oct. 11, officers were dispatched to investigate a domestic dispute in the 100 block of East Atherton Street. Police conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of Oak Street. The driver was arrested for a DUI. Officers also conducted a traffic stop in the intersection of Main Street and Radcliffe Drive. The driver was arrested for DUI. A MVA sent officers to South Keyser Avenue. The driver was arrested for DUI.

    On Oct. 12, officers were engaged in a vehicle persuit in the 300 block of Keyser Avenue. Officers also conducted a DUI arrest on Union Street. An animal cruelty complaint sent officers to the 100 block of Washington Avenue. An MVA resulting from a DUI sent officers to the 1300 block of South Main Street. Officers were dispatched to investigate a harassment complaint in the intersection of Main and Washington streets.

    On Oct. 13, officers responded to investigate a game law violation in the 900 block of Main Street. An activated alarm sent officers to the 400 block of Rock Street.

    On Oct. 14, officers were dispatched to investigate a reported burglary in the 400 block of Powell Street. A domestic dispute in progress sent officers to the Price Chopper on Main Street. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 200 block of Tamworth Drive.

    On Oct. 15, officers were dispatched to investigate a suspicious person on Hospital Street. A report of criminal mischief to a vehicle sent officers to the 500 block of Jefferson Avenue. Officers conducted traffic stops in the 100 and 600 blocks of Union Street. An MVA sent officers to the 1300 block of South Main Street. Officers provided an escort in the 1110 block of South Main Street.

    Police were dispatched to investigate a reported scam in the 100 block of East Taylor Street.

    On Oct. 16, officers were dispatched to investigate an MVA in the intersection of Main and Davis streets. A report of a suspicious person sent officers to the Walmart on Main Street. Officers were sent to investigate a custody dispute at the Riverside Elementary School. A reported retail theft sent officers to the Walmart on Main Street.

    On Oct. 17, officers were dispatched to investigate a nuisance complaint at Noakes Park. Police were dispatched to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with a call in the 300 block of Main Street. A harassment complaint sent officers to the 1300 block of Main Street.

    Officers were dispatched to investigate an MVA in the intersection of Main and Oak streets. Police were sent to investigate a report of a shoplifter at the Walmart on Main Street. A hit-and-run complaint sent officers to the intersection of Church and Main streets.

    A criminal mischief complaint sent officers to the 1200 block of South Main Street. Officers were sent to investigate a theft complaint in the 500 block of Park Street.

    On Oct. 18, officers were dispatched to investigate a domestic dispute in the 1100 block of Parrot Street. An MVA sent officers to the 600 block of Main Street. Police issued a traffic citation in the 1200 block of South Main Street.

    On Oct. 19, officers also responded to investigate a report of public drunkenness in the 700 block of South Main Street. Officers also responded to investigate a report of a suspicous vehicle on Main Street.

    OLD FORGE POLICE: Officers responded to more than 20 calls between Oct. 20-26.

    On Oct. 20, officers were dispatched to assist Taylor police with locating a missing juvenile in the 500 block of Oak Street.

    On Oct. 21, officers were dispatched to investigate an animal complaint in the 200 block of Barber Street.

    On Oct. 22, officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a possible animal shot in the 400 block of Sussex Street. A report of juveniles causing a problem sent officers to the 800 block of Oak Street. Officers were sent to assist the fire department with a call in the 100 block of Stewart Street. Officers also responded to investigate a reported water main break in the 300 block of South Keyser Avenue.

    On Oct. 23, a report of harassment by telephone sent officers to a home in the 800 block of Glennwood Road. Officers were also dispatched to investigate a report of an unwanted man in the 500 block of South Main Street.

    On Oct. 24, officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a man possibly trespassing in the 500 block of Oak Street. A report of a disabled vehicle sent officers to the 200 block of North Main Street. Officers were dispatched to investigate a harassment complaint in the 300 block of South Main Street. A report of an erratic driver sent officers to the 500 block of South Main Street. Officers were sent to investigate a report of a domestic dispute in progress in the 100 block of West Morton Street. Officers made one arrest.

    On Oct. 25, no police activity was reported.

    On Oct. 26, officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a domestic dispute in the 500 block o South Main Street. A reported dog bite sent officers to a home in the 100 block of Ray Street. A report of a disorderly man causing a problem sent officers to the 200 block of Church Street. One man was arrested for public intoxication.

    MOOSIC POLICE: Officers responded to more than 55 calls between Oct. 18-25.

    On Oct. 18, officers were dispatched to investigate road hazzard on the Davis Street Bridge. A domestic dispute sent officers to a home on Joyce Street. Officers were sent to investigate a reported theft in a home in the 500 block of Main Street. Officers also responded to investigate a report of an erratic driver in the 4500 block of Birney Avenue.

    On Oct. 19, no police activity was reported.

    On Oct. 20, officers were dispatched to investigate a reported retail theft in the 3500 block of Birney Avenue. A report of a domestic dispute in progres sent officers to a home in the 500 block of Park Street. Officers were sent to assist the fire department with a call in the 800 block of Corey Street.

    Police responded to conduct a welfare check at the Shoppes at Montage. Police were also sent to assist Taylor officers with a call in the 100 block of South Main Street.

    On Oct. 21, officers were dispatched to investigate a reported dispute between a landlord and a tennant in the 200 block of Elm Street. A road rage incident sent officers to the 4500 block of Birney Avenue. Officers were sent to conduct a welfare check inside a home in the 3300 block of Birney Avenue.

    On Oct. 22, officers were dispatched to investigate a theft complaint in the 800 block of Davis Street. Officers were sent to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with a call in the 300 block of Montage Montain Road. An activated alarm sent officers to a home on Honor Park. A report of a bad check sent officers to a home in the 4900 block of Birney Avenue. Officers were also dispatched to dispatched to investigate a criminal mischief complaint at Glenmaura National Golf Club.

    On Oct. 23, officers were sent to investigate a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 1000 block of Ash Street.

    On Oct. 24, officers assisted emergency medical service (EMS) with a call in the 100 block of Spring Street. A noise complaint sent officers to Honor Park. A shoplifting complaint sent officers to the 3500 block of Birney Avenue.

    On Oct. 25, officers were dispatched to assit EMS with a call in the 4200 block of Birney Avenue. A custody dispute sent officers to the 1000 block of Water Street.

    On Oct. 26, officers were sent to investigate a report of a suspicous vehicle in the 700 blcok of Rocky Glen Road. A report of an erratic driver sent officers to the 3500 block of Birney Avenue. Officers were sent to investigate a criminal mischief complaint in the 3600 block of Springer Avenue. Officers were also sent to investigate a vandalism complaint in the 100 block of Lauren Drive.


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  • 10/30/14--21:00: Court notes
  • Anthony R. Domino and Jose Esteves for $275,000; Hazle Township.

    Jeffery G. Kegel to Landview, Inc for $73,270; Dallas Township.

    Reyne M. Bower to Edward M. Levitsky III and Destiny R. Levitsky for $160,000; Salem Township.

    Cartys Financial Corporation to Joseph F. Noone and Suzann Noone for $225,000; Jenkins Township.


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