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The suspect, Zaire Wheeler is wanted into the involvement of numerous theft from vehicles that occurred during the late night hours of July 19 - July 20th in Palmer Township.
On Sunday morning at 0426 am, July 28th Lower Saucon Township Police discovered an abandoned stolen vehicle from Allentown on Meadow Ridge Ct. Officers later received calls for service for the following: Motor vehicle theft 2700 block of Deer Run Rd. Theft from vehicles located in the 2700 block of...

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Police stopped a vehicle on Mountain Drive for driving in excess of the posted speed limit. While speaking with the driver identified as Christopher Kresge an odor of alcoholic beverage was detected. Mr. Kresge failed field-coordination exercises and was transported to the Northampton County DUI...

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Police were contacted by Lafayette Ambassador Bank on Rte#378 about suspicious activity involving a male identified as Jared Boschen who disputed 2 unauthorized ATM transactions from his accounts and was reimbursed for $500.00. The alleged transactions had occurred from the Penn Community Bank in...
Police were dispatched to take a domestic report. While investigating police learned that Jacob Farley sent harassing and threatening text messages to cause bodily harm to a family member. Police located Mr. Farley in Upper Saucon Township and he was taken into custody and subsequently transport to...
Police observed a disabled vehicle in the parking lot of Yianna's Taverna at 0145hrs. Upon further investigation one of the males tending to the vehicle was identified as Johnathan Frances Peterson and was found to have an outstanding warrant from Montgomery County and from PSP Dublin. Peterson was...
Police investigated a vehicle crash in which a vehicle struck a parked vehicle on West University Ave. Upon speaking with the driver identified as Tanya Marie Garcia-Warren the odor of alcoholic beverage was detected. Ms. Warren failed field-coordination exercises and was transported to the...
Police stopped a vehicle for suspicious activity. Upon speaking with the driver, Triston Loux-Schafer police observed a plastic bag containing white powder in plain view on the drivers floor. The white powder field tested positive for cocaine.

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