Police arrested 31-year-old Angel Nieves during separate, unrelated incidents at local fast-food restaurants late July 21.
According to police, around 11:30 p.m. Nieves, of Ramblewood Lane, was at the Easton Avenue McDonald's trying to sell a necklace to a woman. When she refused to buy, he allegedly spat in her face.
Nieves was arrested for harrassment.
About two hours later a woman at the nearby Arby's saw a man inside her parked car, allegedly attempting tampering with the controls.
Three Bethlehem residents have been named to the dean's list at Alvernia University. The students, all Occupational Therapy majors, are seniors Noel Derhammer and Danielle Manini and freshman Victoria Vidumsky.
To be eligible, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits.
Kathleen Foley of Bethlehem, was named to Keystone College's president's list. The list is comprised of full-time students who complete 12 credits and achieve a grade point average of 4.00.
Northampton Community College
Staff membered honored
Fourth-grade students at James Buchanan ES got to learn all they could from state Rep. Steve Samuelson (D-135) via a live feed web chat from their west Bethlehem classroom. For nearly an hour, teacher Eric Bellucci's fourth-grade class peppered Samuelson with questions about politics, presidents, the role of government, the difficulties associated with being an elected official and his family.
To the editor:
One of the first things you learn in college is how to do many things at the same time. It wasn't called multi-tasking when I was a Penn State student, but like most Penn Staters, I mastered it early.