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The 12 People You’ll Meet at the Bar on Thanksgiving Eve
Man Pours Vodka Down Woman’s Throat Until She Passes Out
Woman Plays Dead to Avoid Further Beating from Crappy Boyfriend
Man Masturbates While Driving on Route 33. Shows Impeccable Multitasking Skills
Freemansburg Man Brings Son to Prostitution Meeting
11-Year-Old Allentown Girls Drink Vodka at School
Three Ways to Enter to Win a $200 Outlets at Sands BethlehemGift Card During Our “Gold Friday Sweepstakes”
Gold (Black) Friday
Two Quotes From Parents of Allentown Students That Will Make You Go“WTF?”
The Rock Recalls Freedom High School Coach on Oprah
Lehigh Football Player Breaks Into‘Wrong’ House, Beats Up‘Wrong’ Guy
Bubble Soccer 2015 (VIDEO)
WFMZ Posts the Most Hilariously Biased Poll Ever
Lehigh Valley Missed Connections of the Week (BUBBLE SOCCER RETURNS)
Guy Really Excited After Being Arrested on Drug Charges
Dieruff High School Student Pushed Teacher Off Bleachers
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Still in College Guy
Still in College Girl
Job Right Out of High School Guy
Former Star Athlete
Former Homecoming Queen
Mr. Stock Exchange
High School Sweethearts
Same Crew Since High School
Teacher You Didn’t Realize Was Cool
You Came With Your Parents to the Bar
Bully from high school
Cop that used to be a bully in high school.
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Loren Bruce Naylor, 25, of the 1800 block of East Ninth Street, at about midnight Saturday allegedly came home from work and made contact with the victim, who also was at the East Ninth Street home.
Court records do not indicate how the pair knew each other.
Naylor allegedly forced the woman to drink a third of a 1.75 liter bottle of Amsterdam Vodka containing 35 percent of alcohol by volume. Police say Naylor grabbed the woman’s face, tilted her head back and poured the alcohol down her throat until she became so intoxicated. She lost consciousness.
Daniel Atiyeh Krasley, 27, of the 1600 block of Seventh Street in Bethlehem Township, is charged with aggravated assault, making terroristic threats, simple assault and harassment.
Shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday, Krasley allegedly began fighting with his girlfriend. He placed her into a headlock and threatened to kill her, police said.
The woman then faked her own death in order for Krasley to let her go, according to court records. She eventually escaped from the house and called 911, police said.
The victim told police Krasley was intoxicated and the arguing began when Krasley couldn’t find his wallet. Krasley thought the victim was hiding his wallet from him, according to court records. SOURCE: The Express-Times
Pennsylvania State Police in Northampton County may have a sticky situation on their hands. According to our sister website,LehighValleyLive.com, troopers there are trying to track down a man who was seen masturbating while driving over the weekend.
It happened along Route 33 in Northampton County, where another driver, identified as 63-year-old Hackettstown, N.J., man, told police he saw a man in a green or blue Toyota Corolla – and apparently only one of his hands was on the wheel. The problem is where the other hand reportedly was.
According to the website, the witness saw the driver, described as a man of about 25, pleasuring himself on Friday night, all while cruising Route 33 north at Route 248. SOURCE: Pennlive.com
When Jonathan J. Garrett was arrested last summer in Bethlehem Township, he’d brought his 7-year-old son along in the car.
“Not only did he drive her there, but there was a child in the car when they arrested him,” Northampton County Assistant District Attorney Michael Thompson said. “If he wouldn’t have brought the kid, I think people would look at it a little differently.”
Garrett, 30, was charged after a Bethlehem Township officer responded to an online advertisement on Backpage.com that showed a “scantily clad” woman and stated: “Hey guys looking for some fun … I’m here to please.”
The woman offered the undercover officer sex for $250. Police swooped in, and learned that Garrett’s son was in the back seat of the car his father was driving. SOURCE: The Morning Call
Allentown police were dispatched around 10 a.m. Wednesday to the 15th street school on a report of children drinking.
School officials reported to police that they believe the six middle-school girls were drinking, but police Capt. Bill Reinik said he was not sure how they determined they had been drinking.
Reinik said police found a bottle of vodka with the girls. He said police were unsure where the girls started their drinking.
Five of the girls were 11 years old and the other was 12, Reinik said. They were each issued a summary citation for underage drinking and released to their parents. SOURCE: The Morning Call
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One middle school teacher said she recently called a parent about a child’s second violation of the uniform policy.
“The parent said, ‘I’m going to [expletive] sue you. Why are you calling with such stupid things?’ ” the teacher said.
Sometimes parents admit there are problems but don’t know how to deal with them, teachers said.
“I called a parent and said, 'Your child told me to f— off and die today,’ ” a teacher said. “The parent said, 'I know, he tells me that all the time too.’ ” SOURCE: The Morning Call
One afternoon, Dwayne says he decided to use the teachers’ lounge bathroom at his new school, Freedom High School, because the boys’ bathroom smelled. “A teacher comes in. His name is Jody Cwik. Tough guy. He says, ‘Hey, you can’t be in here.’ I kind of pause, look over my shoulder [and say], 'Okay, I’ll leave when I’m done.’ And I continue to wash my hands,” Dwayne recalls. “He looked at me, didn’t say a word, but he was fuming.”That night, Dwayne says his behavior began to weigh on him. So the next day, he went to the teacher’s classroom to apologize. “He shook my hand. I’ll never forget that shake—he wouldn’t let it go—[and he] said, 'I want you to do something for me. … I want you to come out and play football for me,’” Dwayne says. “And I went out, and I played football for Jody Cwik. He was our head football coach, and he became a father figure to me and mentor.” SOURCE: Oprah.com
ALehigh University football player charged with breaking into another student’s off-campus home and assaulting him in retribution for an alleged attack on a fraternity president admitted to authorities he had “likely” gone to the wrong house and got the wrong guy.
Brian Githens, 20, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) of Westfield, N.J., faces a felony count of burglary and lesser charges of simple assault and criminal mischief. Githens was arraigned on the charges Friday night and is in Northampton County Prison under $10,000 bail.
Githens told police he had entered the home “seeking retribution” for an assault on his fraternity president that happened the week of Nov. 5. Court records provided no additional details about the alleged assault.
Githens told police he entered Davis’ room as Davis was sleeping and punched Hernandez in the face at least twice.
Githens also told police he used his “fist and elbow” to knock holes in several walls of the Pierce Street home.
Githens admitted to police that the victims were “likely not involved” in the alleged assault of the fraternity president and “he had likely gone to the wrong house.” SOURCE: The Morning Call
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you came into my work a few times - w4w (lv)
you’ve come into where I work a few times with your boyfriend/fianc?. I think you’re absolutely gorgeous and you’ve been super sweet every time you’ve come in. I know you’re with someone & I’m not trying to mess that up, but I thought you should know since I swore there was a little flirting there. if you think this is about you, tell me where I work and what you were wearing last time you came in
Lowes 8th ave Bethlehem - m4m
you were a hot guy in your 40s, you caught me checking you out. Really got my interest when you adjusted that bulge. would love to help with that adjustment, no need to recip on my part. Tell me what color pants you had on and what dept it was. If not interested okay,, Thanks anyway for the show.. Hope to hear back .
lowes quakertown - m4m (quakertown)
Today October 29, 15 about 11:00 am Lowes. To the guy that works the register at the contractors area. Beard about 5 foot 7. friendly Walked past me and we waved to each other. Let me know if you want to meet at my place some time. I think someone else had an add for him on here two months ago. I did not place that add. Interested in meeting if you see the add. thanks
NY Bagels &Deli - m4w (Palmer Township)
Hey there’s probably no chance you see this but…. If you do. I was there with wife on Monday and we got into a conversation with you about somewhere your teenager recently went to and you never heard of….
Wife and I thought you were sexy and wanted to see if you were interested in getting to know each other. Let us know the details of our initial convo.
Probation office - m4w (Allentown)
I know this is a long shot. We were in Lehigh county probation, I just got out of jail you were waiting for someone. If you read this and want to hang out let me know.
Cute girl at slightly stoopid concert Sands - m4w (bethlehem)
I saw you at the slightly stoopid concert at the Sands in Bethlehem. (11/11/15) You yawned. I scolded you. You have an adorable beauty mark on the left side of your upper lip. Golden brown hair. Glasses that you kept taking off. A white purse. I wanted to ask you for your number. I hope you contact me
Photo from The Express-Times
Acting on six months of neighborhood complaints, the Easton police Special Response and Vice units early Thursday arrested a 24-year-old West Ward man and will charge him with drug crimes, police Lt. Matthew Gerould said.
Joshua Clark was arrested just after 6 a.m. at home after a narcotics warrant was served at 101 N. Eighth St. in Easton, Gerould said. Clark was the target of the several-month vice investigation, Gerould said.
Clark was charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin, Gerould said. Clark is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia – two digital scales and plastic bags, according to court records.
Clark had an MOB tattoo on his abdomen.
Northampton County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. George Volpe said the MOB tattoo is very common and most often means “money over b——,” a hip-hop phase encouraging the focus on work instead of women.
A Dieruff High School student pushed a teacher down bleachers as students were leaving a pep rally last week, an Allentown School District investigation has determined.
The student, an 11th-grade girl, was suspended for 10 days and could face more disciplinary action, according to an email sent to school board members Wednesday by Superintendent Russ Mayo. Police are also investigating.
But the teacher’s husband said the attack on his wife went far beyond what Mayo reported.
Gino Matzo said that after the student shoved his wife to the floor from near the top of the bleachers, other students kicked and punched her, and yelled profanities at her. She suffered bruises on most of her body, he said.
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