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Couple Grows Marijuana in Two-Year-Old Daughter’s Closet
Man Gets Fired, Comes Back and Beats Former Co-Worker with Baseball Bat
Dummy Tries to Steal Baby From Stroller in Government Building
Robber Complains That Victim Only Has $2 on Him
Man Beats Pregnant Girlfriend, Steps on 9-Month Old Baby
Man’s Three-Legged Husky Kills Neighbor’s Turkeys and Chickens
Lehigh Valley Missed Connections of the Week (LOVE AT THE BABY KILLER TRIAL!?)
Wawa Easton ave - m4w - 29
Jocks at Green Door Friday night - m4m
Coopersburg ABS - m4m - 34
9:15 probation - m4w - 28 (Easton)
you were a juror in the allentown baby killing case - m4w (Easton)
Creepy Old Teacher May Have Snuck Into Locker Room to Steal Boys’ Underwear
Man Crashes Truck Into House, Receives Drug Deal Texts at Hospital
Parents Sue School Because Their Son’s Bible-Filled Valentine’s Day Card was Removed from School
Is Emmaus Still Overrun with Cat Poop? This Lady Does the Poopy Math
Domestic Violence in Da House! (SERIOUSLY, STOP THIS)
Read This Super Racists ‘Article’ About the People Coming to The Sands
Pen Argyl Man Says He Was Left in McDonald’s Bathroom as Baby (WAIT A MINUTE HERE)
Woman Kicks Estranged Husband in Balls, is Cited
A Lower Saucon Township couple face drug and child endangerment charges after police seized marijuana plants growing in their 2-year-old daughter’s bedroom closet, police said.
Jermaine Jarvis, 31, and Michelle Craig, 45, are each charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, child endangerment and criminal conspiracy.
Jarvis, who has a prior felony conviction, is also charged with illegally possessing a handgun. Both were being held under bail Tuesday at Northampton County Prison, police said.
An Allentown man recently fired from his job apparently returned to the job and attacked a former co-worker with a bat, police said. Jorge Javier Nieves-Dejesus, 31 of the 100 block of 14th Street, is facing numerous charges in the attack.
Nieves-Dejesus was fired from his job at Godshall’s Quality Meats, 675 Mill Road in Franconia Twp., Montgomery Co., on April 2, according to court documents.
After hitting him several times, a witness tried to break up the two men, and the witness told police that Nieves-Dejesus said, “That’s what you get for getting me fired.”
Nevin Walls tried to lift the baby from her stroller while her mother stood in line at the welfare office on the 3rd floor of the state office building at 625 Cherry St. in downtown Reading around noon Monday, according to court documents.
The baby’s mother, Destinea Torres, told police that Walls kept looking at the 2-month-old baby in her stroller. He then grabbed the infant but couldn’t get her out of the stroller because she was strapped in.
Torres and Walls both struggled to get control of the stroller, and the office security guard stepped in to help Torres, according to court documents. During the struggle to get Walls to let go, the stroller fell over and the baby hit her head, police said.
A Bethlehem man who robbed a teen with a box cutter, then complained when he didn’t get much money, will serve 11 1/2 to 23 months in Northampton County Prison.
Nixon J. Montalvo-Velez received the sentence Friday from Judge Craig Dally after pleading guilty to robbery, a felony.
"You only have two dollars?" Montalvo-Velez asked his 17-year-old victim, according to court records. "How am I supposed to pay for my daughter’s diapers?"
Montalvo-Velez, 20, held up the teen Nov. 19 after hitching a ride with him from a bowling alley on Stefko Boulevard, police said. Montalvo-Velez ended up filching more than just the couple of bucks, police said, also taking a cellphone and a third dollar he found on the floor of the car.
An 32-year-old Allentown man is accused of pushing his 8-month pregnant girlfriend to the floor, where she landed on her abdomen, and then repeatedly punching her in the head and face, city police said.
The victim told police she began bleeding after the assault and had not felt her baby kick since the attack started, according to court records.
Julus Papa Kamara, of the 1000 block of Hall Street, is charged with simple assault, reckless endangerment and harassment. He was arraigned before District Judge Robert Halal and sent to Lehigh County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Kamara also assaulted other people in the home and stepped on a 9-month-old baby in the process, records say.
A Poconos man is facing charges after police said his dog got loose two times in less than a week, killing turkeys and chicken on nearby properties.
State police said the first incident happened on April 7 when a dog owned by 25-year-old Jacob Hanyon got loose from his property in the 700 block of Snowhill Road in Price Township.
Police said the dog attacked three turkeys, killing two and maiming the other.
The second incident happened on April 10 when a 3-legged husky owned by Hanyon ran onto a neighbors’ property and killed a chicken, according to police.
Police did not specify if the same dog was involved in both incidents.
Hanyon faces charges under laws pertaining to confinement of dogs and harboring dangerous dogs.
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Wawa Easton ave - m4w - 29
Ran in to get coffee seen you by the fruit cups. By the time I had my coffee didn’t see you. Nice tight black pants love pink perhaps. Then I seen you get into a Toyota. Get back to me, wish I woulda said something when I first walked past you.
Jocks at Green Door Friday night - m4m
Thanks for the show in the hall! Must have been a frat haze dare.
Nice to see the naked stroll on the hot guy (the other was OK but hard to tell
since he was on his cell most of the time). You guys did girly chit chat too much
but if your mouths were full and you were moaning it would have been a better
atmosphere. But naked hottie . . ditch the girlyboi and come back alone.
Coopersburg ABS - m4m - 34
I was wearing sweats over panties, you were in suit and tie, what did we do and where did we end up? Would you like to again? Tell me what car you drove and something else about yesterday if so.
9:15 probation - m4w - 28 (Easton)
We have chatted a few times you have me your number. I lost it :( but I came back to look for you today and you already had a ride. I live close you should message me if you want my number and I can give you rides if you need or we can get coffee or anything I just like being around you
Bangor Area School District police have charged a 63-year-old retired teacher who they say went into the boys’ locker room at the high school without authorization and took clothing, according to court records.
Curt Reimer of Plainfield Township was charged Monday with burglary, criminal trespass and theft. Reimer is free under $40,000 unsecured bail.
Two juvenile boys told police that he saw Reimer “picking up articles of clothing” and going through gym bags in a changing area inside the boys’ locker room.
Police said in 2002, Reimer had taken approximately 40 pairs of underwear from students at the high school. The underwear was stolen from the boys’ locker room. No criminal charges were filed in that case, according to court records.
Derek James Miller, 21, of the 5200 block of Second Street, turned himself in Tuesday to answer to charges stemming from a July 10 crash in the borough.
Court records say Miller was speeding in his Dodge Durango on Route 329 westbound when he crossed the center line and drove up an embankment, striking a residence at 120 E. 21st St. Court records did not indicate whether anyone in the house was hurt.
Miller allegedly told police on the scene looking for identification to check in his backpack. Police say they did find his driver’s license in there but not before also locating a bottle with 34 small sandwich bags and several unknown pills.
Miller, who was injured in the wreck, was taken to St. Luke’s University Hospital in Fountain Hill for treatment and a blood draw, court records say. Police say that while he was at the hospital his cellphone began receiving texts referencing a drug deal. Authorities obtained a search warrant so they could look at the messages, court papers say, and were able to confirm that the correspondence related to a drug deal.
Now a couple is taking on the Nazareth Area School District in Northampton County over a dispute about their first-grader’s Valentine’s Day cards.
The note that was attached to the card said, “Happy Valentine’s Day! St. Valentine was imprisoned and martyred for presiding over marriages and for spreading the news of God’s love. In honor of St. Valentine’s Day, I want you to know that God loves you!!!”
Below that is the Bible verse.
The suit claims the principal told the Abramos that it is district policy that no religious material of any kind can be distributed at school. “The student was upset about this. He and his siblings that had also prepared them had put a lot of work into these and to see all of your hard work basically thrown out because it was religious. He was upset by it,” explained Sharp.
The Abramos have filed suit against the Nazareth Area School District, claiming the boy’s constitutional rights were violated. Sharp said they’re asking the district to get rid of the policy they’re challenging and to allow students to distribute religious materials during class activities. Calls to school and district officials were not returned Tuesday.
"Some of the other cards that were allowed, one of them had a kind of open laughing skull. There was others that had Star Wars, the troopers with guns," he said. "It’s just troubling when all of that other stuff is allowed and then here’s a message about Valentine’s and quoting a Bible verse and it’s the one that’s targeted out and censored."
She argued that Emmaus is failing to enforce its own animal control laws regarding cats.
She accused the borough of having a double standard, saying she would be fined if she did not pick up after her two dogs, “which I do every single time.”
Meck said her two dogs “poop” about twice a day, adding: “I hope that word does not offend you.” Doing the math, she said that amounts to 1,456 piles of poop a year.
"We have more than 30 feral cats in our neighborhood," she said. "But if you take that average, times 30 cats, that’s 21,840 piles of poop per year."
Meck, who lives in the 1100 block of W. Broad Street, claimed seven colonies of feral cats are in Emmaus. “It’s not just in our neighborhood.”
"I picked up 97 piles of poop over the weekend from the winter," she said. "Now that they can dig up the mulch, they’re starting to bury them. After it rains, it stinks outside. It’s embarrassing."
A Lower Macungie Township man went to his former girlfriend’s Whitehall apartment early Saturday and beat her with a belt on her head, hand and back, police said.
Jomo D. Burton, 39, of the 1200 block of Stein Way, first told Ashley Kuhar that he was going to hit her, and after they began arguing, he pulled off his belt and hit her repeatedly, according to Whitehall police.
Burton also threatened to strangle Kuhar “so someone can find you on the floor,” police said.
An Allentown woman’s boyfriend punched her, breaking her nose, and choked her until she passed out Friday morning, police said.
Amaurys Feliz-Sanchez, 41, of Allentown, attacked his girlfriend, Sandra Nazario, about 7:25 a.m. and left her with injuries that required hospitalization, according to the police arrest affidavit.
First, many do some shopping but most of it is at the Wawa and the Bottom Dollar Store across the Lehigh River on the Northside of the city on Stefko Boulevard. But that’s usually only for eggs which are relatively inexpensive, especially when you put x-large eggs into the smaller size containers. There is a strict 2 dozen limit of eggs per customer otherwise the days’ supply of eggs would be sold-out in a matter of minutes on a daily basis.
Store owners and shop keepers are very leery when the flash mobs of Orientals hit their stores. Some on the Southside limit the numbers in their shops or lock their doors allowing only actual customers to enter.
The Sands installed hand-drying machines in their restrooms because the paper towels kept disappearing. Oh, don’t be surprised if you see some the of New Yorkers bathing in the restrooms, that includes washing their feet in the sinks. And the casino also has had past problems with fleas and lice.
Others venture over to the Lehigh Canal, to do some fishing and hunting. Of course they don’t have licenses for these activities but that doesn’t stop them. They have refined the art of catching geese though. First, you feed them, than you snatch them, snap their necks and finally stuff them in your bag or cooler (if there aren’t too many illegal fish already in them) for the ride home. Also, they will take along some wild grasses and wildflowers which are planted as riparian buffers along the canal and river.
Some have even made a nice stone walkway to the river where they have constructed a nice shelter area for resting, especially after bathing and swimming in the Lehigh. Wonder if they ever got the proper city permits?
One final thought, if you go for a walk or run on the canal towpath (D&L Trail) and take your dog along, keep it on a leash, a very short one!
Chris McDonald was named for the place where he was discovered as a newborn. “I was left in a McDonald’s wrapped in a brown plastic bag in a sink. The manager on duty found me that day,” said David Volk.
The year was 1977. The place was Newark New Jersey. Newspaper articles of what happened say the baby still had his umbilical cord attached and was just hours old. He was placed in foster care.
His was mother was never found. David and Ronda Volk started adoption proceedings when he was just a year old.
A Berks County woman ended an argument with her estranged husband in Shoemakersville by kicking him in his testicles Thursday afternoon, police said.
Janene McRae, 30, of Mohrsville was cited for harassment after the 4:35 p.m. kick, which followed an angry discussion over child custody and property, state police at Hamburg said.
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