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Man Sleeps Through Sad Eviction
Pennsylvania Offers Teen Driving Plates (AKA AVOID ME PLATES)
Ice Chunk Flies Off Car, Hits Other Car (WHY ARE PEOPLE SO LAZY?)
The Father of Rachel Canning has a Facebook Post That Will Make You Cry
NJ Teen, Rachel Canning, Sues Parents to Make Them Pay for Her College (FACEBOOK PROFILE)
Alpha Councilman Forms Snow Shoveling Group Just in Time for Spring
Man Compliments Other Man’s Dog, Then Beats Him
Student Throws Knives, Rolling Pins, Glass at Principal
Lehigh Valley Missed Connections of The Week (FIND THIS NURSE)
Yoccos - w4m - 40 (Hamilton blvd)
You caught my eye today
Carrying yourself with such confidence :). You placed a to go order and ate in your cute little car. Wandering if you know you are the most handsome guy I ever laid my eyes on!! Are you a doctor? Maybe laywer?
Anyway you are sexy!!!
Verizon guy - Wed: 2/26 - m4m - 41 (Airport Rd.)
You work at the Verizon store on Airport Rd. I was there Wed: 2/26 around 2:00. You wore a light colored short-sleeve polo shirt & khaki pants. You look to be about 5’8-5’10, maybe 170-180 lbs and have a nice build.
I was at the store for around an hr & 1/2 for something. We exchanged glances twice maybe 3x and you caught my eye. This is probably a long shot but I’d like to meet you and wonder if you’d be interested in maybe hanging out for a beer or 2 or foodies if you’re not a drinker. If you know who you are and see this post, reply back and tell me what you believe I was at the store for so that I know it’s you.
pizza server - m4w - 24 (freemansburg)
I was at your pizza shop and I was in my jack williams work cloths with my sister. I thought you were very pretty. I know you will probably never read this. But I just wanted to let you know you are very pretty. It was around 3 in the afternoon. If you read this tell me what i ordered. Hope to hear from you
I really hate putting your name out here on Craigslist, but I wanted to get a hold of you. I sent you a letter awhile ago not sure if you ever got it or not- I hope you are doing well. Last time we spoke you were going through a rough patch with your now ex husband? Some information so you know if you are the correct Lauren and who I am.
We met at work on Congress STREET Allentown
I flew you and your child to see me
You are a nurse
Best friend Angie
We spoke often
I was your boss. Lol
I got your mom a job
We dated and were friends for a long time.
Not sure whatever happened, if I said or did something wrong wish you would have told me.
If anyone knows this Lauren, have her contact me.
Suspicious Air Freshener Leads to Illegal Credit Card Machine
Penn State Paying Bars to Not Serve Alcohol on “State Patty’s Day” Again
Woman Pepper Sprays Herself in Face Trying to Defend Herself from Knife Wielding Husband
Man Tosses Bag of Beer Cans and Gets Caught by Old Neighbor
Snow Flies Off Tractor Trailer, Smashes Car Window on Route 33
Fake Snow Removers Remove Safe Instead
"I need you to pick up the phone and talk to me. We can work this out, I just need to talk to you," an officer said over a loudspeaker from a vehicle outside the house. "Dan I need you to pick up the phone. We’re not going to go away, Dan."
It happened in the 700 block of East Cherry Road in Richland Twp. Deputies with the Bucks County sheriff’s office were trying to communicate with the man inside, 56-year-old Dan Palchanes.
Earlier in the day, Palchanes called 69 News and said he nailed shut doors and windows and police would have to forcibly remove him. However, he later said he was sleeping for most of the time everything was happening outside.
The agency’s now offering “Teen Driver” plates. It’s a voluntary program in the sense that parents can voluntarily apply to have the plates put on their vehicles. Their kids, I suppose, could then voluntarily not drive the vehicles until they get a job and buy their own vehicles, but I don’t see that happening in too many cases.
The debate over whether to distinguish teen drivers from the rest of us on the road has been going on for some time. In 2010, the New Jersey Legislature passed a bill requiring young drivers with provisional licenses to place a red Velcro decal on the corners of front and rear license plates, to help police enforce permit restrictions on beginners. It caused a bit of an uproar with critics fearing the decals would lead to police profiling.
A chunk of ice that flew off a car on Route 22 Tuesday night damaged the windshield of another car but did not cause any injuries, state police said.
The ice became dislodged in the westbound lanes of Route 22 about 9:30 p.m. as the two vehicles were heading toward the merge with Interstate 78.
Jarrad C. Smith, 18, of Bethlehem, reported that the windshield of his 2001 Volkswagen Jetta was damaged.
Currently, state police cannot stop and cite drivers for failing to remove snow or ice, like they can in neighboring New Jersey, Boscola said. In New Jersey, drivers can be fined $25 to $75 for failing to clear their cars before driving and $200 to $1,000 if the snow or ice flies off and injures someone or causes property damage.
Boscola is hoping for similar legislation in Pennsylvania.
The trucking industry had rebuffed her campaign for tougher penalties, saying it was too dangerous for drivers to climb on top of snowy and icy tractor trailers to clear snow, Boscola said.
A northern New Jersey honor student is suing her parents for financial support and to force them to pay for her college.
A judge in Morristown has scheduled a hearing Tuesday in the lawsuit filed by 18-year-old Rachel Canning (FACEBOOK PROFILE).
Canning claims her parents threw her out of their Lincoln Park home when she turned 18.
Canning’s father, retired Lincoln Park police Chief Sean Canning, tells The Daily Record of Parsippany that his daughter voluntarily left home in October because she didn’t want to abide by reasonable household rules, such as being respectful, keeping a curfew and doing some chores.
She’s been living in Rockaway Township with the family of her best friend. The newspaper reports that the friend’s father, former Morris County Freeholder John Inglesino, is funding the lawsuit.
Elderly residents of Alpha and those with disabilities can soon get assistance with shoveling their snow.
Councilman Millard Rooksproposed the formation of the Helping Hands of Alpha group at last week’s council meeting to help such residents during extreme weather. The idea occurred to Rooks’ wife, Becky, as they looked out the kitchen window at the snow. His family routinely shovels for an elderly neighbor, he said, and they figured other residents could use some help, as well.
A motorist was charged with having an illegal credit-card-making machine on Interstate 78 in Allentown early Wednesday after he was pulled over for a traffic violation, police said.…
As McCormick talked with Joy and the passengers, they gave inconsistent accounts of where they were going and why, according to the affidavit.
After smelling a suspicious air freshener in the SUV and seeing an Allentown police K9 dog indicate the vehicle contained drugs, the trooper had the car impounded and asked for a search warrant, the affidavit says.
Students who arrive in State College on Saturday for the annual State Patty’s Day drinking holiday will find the majority of downtown restaurants and taverns closed or dry, Penn State officials say.
Damon Sims, Penn State’s vice president for student affairs, said 33 of 35 downtown State College establishments, including all taverns and bottle shops, have agreed to accept monetary compensation offered by the university for a moratorium of the sale of alcohol Saturday.
The State Patty’s Day Task Force, a town-gown collaboration that includes university and borough leaders, business owners, law enforcement and students, has been ramping up efforts in anticipation of Saturday’s event.
As in past years, the Penn State Interfraternity Council has banned social functions during the weekend, and the Panhellenic Council has adopted a no-guest policy for sorority floors at residence halls.
A Lower Macungie Township couple’s Valentine’s night fell apart when they argued, the man pulled a knife and his wife tried to pepper-spray him, but accidentally sprayed herself in the face, police said.
Police did not identify the couple. Troopers said the face-off started with angry words in the master bedroom and deteriorated when the 57-year-old husband ran to the kitchen for the knife and returned, saying, “I’m going to hurt you.”
The woman, 54, grabbed a pepper spray can from her purse, which was on the floor, and thinking she was pointing it at her husband, pushed the button and sprayed herself, police said.
A Hellertown man will receive a citation for littering after throwing a bag full of beer cans over an embankment, according to the Lower Saucon Township Police Department.
Andrew Surovi, 19, was seen by Michael Horwath, 67, of Hellertown, stopping his car in the middle of Apple Street near Horwath’s home, getting out of the vehicle and tossing a garbage bag full of empty beer cans over an embankment, police say.
A slab of ice and snow blew off the top of a tractor-trailer on Route 33 in the Wind Gap area Monday afternoon and smashed into the windshield of an oncoming car, police said.
The tractor-trailer did not stop, but state police at Belfast said they are looking for a southbound truck that was pulling a Shop Rite trailer at that time.
Stacy M. Crudele, 27, of Tobyhanna was driving north on Route 33 at 3:35 p.m. in Plainfield Township when the icy chunk broke off the trailer and flew across the median into her windshield, Trooper Mark A. Kirby said.
Two men, possibly brothers, hired to remove snow from a 92-year-old man’s home in the Breinigsville section of Upper Macungie Township on Thursday also removed a safe containing $2,000 in cash, police said.
The two men posed as contractors and were soliciting snow-removal business in Green Acres Mobile Home Park when the man agreed to pay them to clear now from the walkways, porch and roof of his mobile home on Turkey Ridge Road.
Ryan Lee Hartzell told police he was in the 100 block of South Third Street just after 8 p.m. when a man approached him and complimented him on the dog, according to court papers. Stephen Hamilton-King then attacked Hartzell from behind, police said.
Hartzell described Hamilton-King, 19, to police as a former friend, according to court papers. He complained of extreme pain to his mouth and jaw, and the police officer photographed his injuries. SOURCE: The Express-Times
HELLERTOWN, Pa. - A Saucon Valley High School student is facing a list of charges after police said she assaulted and threw knives at the principal, and caused hundreds of dollars worth of damage.
Police said they were called to the school in Hellertown Friday morning for a report of a student who had left the building and became violent upon reentering.
Officials said the 17-year-old female student punched and kicked the principal and threw several items at him, including pen knives, scratch knives, rolling pins and pieces of broken glass. SOURCE: WFMZ.com
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