Colonial Regional Police are seeking a 56-year-old man following a attack on officers and subsequent chase around 2:30 a.m. Feb. 16.
Police say an officer checking the Hampton Inn parking lot found a man sleeping in a pickup truck. The suspect was David C. Lowy, no known address, who was already wanted on several active warrants, and who refused to exit his vehicle.
Police said he instead drove toward the officer and intentionally crashed into the patrol SUV. He then drove off, evading further pursuit.
It was decided Feb. 21 the case of a Jan. 23 incident in which John Vanhorn of Albrightsville allegedly chained his wife inside their vehicle and left her in a parking area on Jennings Street in Bethlehem, will go to trial.
Witnesses, including a man who works at the Jennings Street location and the first responding police officer, testified at a preliminary hearing at the Stefko Boulevard office of Judge Nicholas Englesson.
Officials have identified a man who died Sunday night in a skiing accident at Blue Mountain Ski Area.
Noel J. Pagan Jr., 21, of Allentown, died around 6 p.m. after he went off a jump on the Yeti Trail, a beginner trail.
Pagan was not wearing a helmet. He was transported to St. Luke’s Palmerton Campus, where he later died.
Carbon County Coroner Robert Miller said the cause of death was blunt-force trauma to the head and neck.
Pagan’s death marked the second death at the resort this season.
Police reported numerous man-on-woman incidents Feb 4. leading to harassment charges.
Around 9:40 a.m. police arrested 29-year-old Jose Bermudez of Seventh Street in Freemansburg for allegedly assaulting a woman, leaving unspecified marks on her body. He is also charged with simple assault.
Around 11:50 a.m. police cited Corey Cousins, 22, of Jersey City, N.J. While at an East Fairvew Street residence he allegedly pulled his girlfriend out of bed suddenly enough she struck the floor.
Around 12:20 p.m. a man was cited for pinching the cheek of his wife at Westgate Mall.
Police arrested Yamill Torres-Jimenez, 37, of Cherry Lane, following an incident around noon Feb. 3.
According to police, Terros-Jimenez punched a woman multiple times while in a Waffle House parking lot.
He is charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.
Police report damage was inflicted on six parked cars on Monocacy Street around 2:30 a.m. Jan. 30.
Each car’s driver side rearview mirror was smashed, racking up an estimated $850 total damage.
Police say those responsible were Moravian students leaving the Old Brewery Tavern.
Police responded to a building alarm around 1:20 a.m. at Broughal MS Jan. 10 and found a broken window on the ground floor.
Once inside, officers were notified of additional alarms being tripped in the building as they searched, and brough in K9 Blaze to assist. They discovered a man, Long Chen of Flushing, NY, and took him into custody.
Chen was remanded to Northampton County Prison on charges of tresspassing and criminal mischief.
Police made two drunken driving related arrests Jan. 9.
Patrick Martin, 33, of West Union Boulevard in Allentown, was arrested at Main and Fairview streets around 9 a.m.
Police allege he was driving under the highest rate of intoxication.
Around 4:30 that afternoon, officers responded to a hit and run on Schoenersville Road, and learned the alleged offender was Kaneesha Holmes, 29, of Butler Street in Easton.
Lehigh County Corrections Director announced in a Dec. 30 release the death of 21-year-old Jarett Deemer, a resident of the Lehigh County Community Corrections Center, was found unresponsive in his bed at 3:26 a.m. Corrections officers called 911 and began CPR in an attempt to save his life. Deemer was taken by ambulance to St. Luke’s University Hospital, Fountain Hill, where he was pronounced dead at 4:10 a.m.
Lehigh County District Attorney’s office and the Lehigh County Coroner’s office are investigating the death. An autopsy was scheduled for Dec. 31.
Mark Donald Mackenzie, 56, of Bath, allegedly attempted to purchase a firearm at Walmart, 1091 Mill Creek Road, Lower Macungie Township, 2:50 p.m. April 12, 2018 and was denied through the Pennsylvania Instant Check System. An investigation by Pennsylvania State Police Fogelsville, determined Mackenzie allegedly falsified the sale or transfer of firearm form during the transaction.