Police arrested two men for fighting at Essence Hookah Lounge at 203 E. Third St. around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 1.
According to police, Rafael Nunez and Tumba Cool were involved in an altercation that included a bouncer.
Nunez, 30, of Lynn Avenue, allegedly hit the bouncer with a guitar and bit him on the arm. He is charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.
Cool, 31, of East Orange N.J., is also charged with disorderly conduct.
City police made a number of alcohol-related early-hour arrests Sept. 2.
Two unidentified men were arrested for DUI minutes after midnight on Oberly and East Fourth streets, the latter following a crash into a parked car.
Almost simultaneously, officers observed 55-year-old Rogelio Rosa, of East Broad Street, stumbling along near his home. He is charged with public drunkeness.
Just berfore 1 a.m. on Parkhill Street, police arrested 18-year-old Max Leopold of Avon, Conn., for public drunkeness and underage drinking.
Freemansburg police responded to an alleged home invasion in the 100 block of Walnut Street around 5:30 a.m. Aug. 16.
According to police, the victims, a married couple with two children, were forcibly detained by three men who ransacked their home.
The male victim alleged while leaving for work around 4:30 a.m. he observed a blue Chevrolet Impala with a spoiler on the trunk sitting across the street with its lights on. As he made for his own car, the Impala blocked the driveway and two men exited while a third stayed inside.
Police arrested a woman for assaulting her boyfriend at home in the 900 block of Wyandotte Street around 8 p.m. Aug. 6.
Tiffany Sherry, 24, was doing dishes when the man slapped her buttocks in jest, police said, but instead agitated her sunburn. Sherry grabbed a knife and followed him to the living room, where their two children were playing. Police said the man asked if she was going to stab him with a knife in front of the kids, at which point Sherry told the children to leave the room and then stabbed him in the stomach.
Police found and arrested an 18-year-old man for drug-related charges around 4:15 p.m. Aug. 21.
According to police, Ross Everitt, of Beaver Run Drive in Nazareth, was found at the Dickey's Barbecue Pit on Schoenersville Road. He was unconscious in the bed of his pickup truck. Officers allegedly discovered items associated with heroin use.
Everitt is charged with public drunkenness and possession of paraphernalia.
Bethlehem police have released the final tally of arrests made at this year's Musikfest, and the numbers, particularly for violence-related incidents, are down from last year.
Arrests for underage drinking and public drunkenness have remained steady – around 20 incidents each – while a mere eight charges of disorderly conduct were filed this year as opposed to last year's 33. Disorderly conduct is the typical charge for people fighting, police said.
The list provided by police did not include DUI arrests believed to be Musikfest related.
Police arrested 59-year-old Philip Youngken, of Hawthorne Road, for driving while intoxicated around 12:30 a.m. Aug. 15.
According to police, an officer present at a local Wawa observed Youngken fall into a shelving unit, knocking over a quart of motor oil, and then later driving a car out of the lot.
Youngken was stopped and questioned, and was determined to be drunk. He is charged with DUI, DUI highest rate and traffic infractions.