HellertownDUI- On May 16, at approximately 12:50 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle driven by David Michael Warren, 1149 First Ave., Hellertown, following another vehicle too closely in the 1500 block of Main Street. Police followed Warren for several blocks and then stopped him in the 1100 block of Main Street. After an investigation, Warren was given field sobriety tests, which police say he failed. Warren was taken to the Bethlehem DUI Center for processing. His blood alcohol concentration was subsequently determined to be .12 percent. Charges will be filed with Dist. Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 21, at approximately 7:50 p.m., police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Main Street, after it was reported that a vehicle struck a utility pole. Upon arrival, police say they observed a 1998 Nissan Maxima in the southbound lane of Main Street, "completely severed in half by the impact." Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Zheng Z. Chen, 34 Durham St., Hellertown. Chen, police say, "suffered from sleep deprivation, and it was reported that he had fallen asleep behind the wheel." Witnesses stated that Chen was traveling at 30 to 35 m.p.h. when his vehicle veered off the road and struck the pole. No brakes were used prior to impact, police added. Chen was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, and later released.

Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - On May 22, at approximately 1:04 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle traveling the wrong direction on Hampton Avenue, near Main Street. Police stopped the vehicle. Upon investigation, police say they were able to locate and recover drugs and drug paraphernalia from inside a backpack belonging to the front seat passenger in the vehicle, who they identified as Matthew David Carroll, 2202 Juniper Dr., Coplay. Carroll was subsequently taken to Hellertown Police Headquarters, processed and released. Criminal charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia have been filed against Carroll through District Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct - On May 23, at approximately 1:59 a.m., police responded to a report of a disturbance in an apartment at 1702 Clauser St. Upon further investigation, police say they discovered two pipes used for smoking marijuana in the possession of Jeffrey Rau, 30, 1702 Clauser St., Hellertown. Rau was taken into custody. Charges of two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of disorderly conduct have been filed, police said.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle - On May 25, at approximately 10:06 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Easton Road for a report of a smashed vehicle window. Police subsequently discovered that $550 cash was reportedly stolen from inside the vehicle. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040 or 610-330-2200.

Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 27, at approximately 7:21 p.m., police responded a five car accident in the 1200 block of Second Avenue. According to police, Harriet M. Frey, 75, 1668 Pleasant View Rd., Bethlehem, was driving south on Second Avenue during "adverse weather conditions" when she struck four vehicles parked along the west side of the street. All of the vehicles were unoccupied and there were no injuries. A summons for careless driving has been filed in this case, police added.

Lower Saucon Township

DAI - On May 17, at approximately 2:41 a.m., police stopped Estela Valera, 26, 647 W. Union St., Whitehall, for reportedly crossing the double yellow line several times while traveling south on Rt. 378. Police subsequently learned that Valera's registration was expired. Valera was subsequently arrested for DAI, and found to have a blood alcohol concentration of .14 percent, police said. Valera is on probation in Lehigh County and, after being advised of the incident, the Lehigh County Probation Department took her into custody and committed her to Lehigh County Prison, police said. A charge of DAI will be filed by mail, they added. Confinement of Dogs - On May 24, at approximately 10:30 p.m., police charged Lorne Morris, 46, 2009 Leithsville Rd., Hellertown, with confinement of dogs. According to police, Morris failed to confine his dog to his property. Littering - On May 27, between 10 a.m. and noon, police say an unknown actor or unknown actors left several trash bags on the lawn of Robert Sadler, 3551 North Dr., Bethlehem.

Criminal Mischief - On May 28, at approximately 10:14 a.m., police say Jignasa Trambadia, 30, 1867 Viola Ln., Hellertown, reported to them that her glass patio door was shattered on May 26. Trambadia also noticed a window with a two inch hole in it on the first floor of her home, police added. Damage to the home was estimated at $300, police said.

Retail Theft - On May 29, police charged Jason Zemba, 1149 Second Ave., Floor 1, Hellertown, with retail theft. According to police, Zemba is responsible for the theft of two patio umbrellas from the Giant Food Store at 1880 Leithsville Rd.-an incident which allegedly took place on May 21, and which was captured on surveil-lance video by the store. Photos of the theft were publicized with the help of local media, including The Saucon News. On May 29, police say, an off-duty Lower Saucon Township officer encountered a man-later identified as Zemba-who appeared to match the physical profile of the suspect being sought in the patio umbrella theft case. The encounter occurred at the 7-11 convenience store on Main Street in Hellertown, police said.

Criminal Mischief - On May 29, at approximately 9:26 a.m., it was reported to police that the front window of a home at 1682 Kevin Drive was broken by an unknown actor, possibly using a rock. The incident was reported by Robert Lombardo of 1682 Kevin Dr., Bethlehem. According to police, Lombardo said the window may have been broken within seven to 10 days prior to the time that he reported the damage to authorities. Damage to the window was estimated at $100, police said. Littering - On May 29, at approximately 8:45 p.m., police took a report of littering in the township. According to police, an unidentified individual dumped a pile of concrete and branches on property belonging to Bob Blasko at 2510 Redington Road, Bethlehem. Illegal Foreign Nationals - On June 2, at approximately 9:39 a.m., police say they located four employees of Land Tech Enterprises of Warrington performing landscaping in Polk Valley Park in Lower Saucon Township. Upon further investigation with Northampton County 9-1-1 and U.S. immigration officials, police say they determined that the four employees were in the U.S. illegally. The four were identified as: Cliserio Grano Alameda, 26; Toribio Grano Alameda, 30; Felix Grano, 22; and Rafael GilPina, 50. Alameda, Alameda and Grano all are of 1110 Thomas Rd., A, Warrington, and GilPina is of 120 E. Street Rd., Apt. L3-11, Warminster, police said. All four men were committed to Northampton County Prison on detainers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, police added.

Motor Vehicle Accident Involving Injuries - On June 3, at approximately 8:58 a.m., police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Seidersville Road at Hickory Hill Road. According to police, a vehicle operated by Kate C. Love, of Bethlehem, turned left into the path of a vehicle operated by Carol Symons, of Hellertown, causing the accident. Love received a citation for Vehicles Turning Left, police said. Symons was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, they added.

Upper Saucon Township

Underage Drinking - On May 26 police cited Alyssa Handwerk, 18, 6629 Walnut St., Slatington, for underage drinking. According to police, Handwerk was cited after she was observed making a left turn against a red light at Rt. 309 southbound and Fairmount Street, Coopersburg, at approximately 2:12 a.m.

DUI- On May 26 police arrested George Wacker, 52, 329 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, for DUI. According to police, Wacker was arrested after he was observed making an illegal U-turn on Center Valley Parkway at the Center Valley Golf Course at approximately 4:30 p.m. Wacker was processed at Lehigh County Central Booking Center. Proceeding will be by summons. Tobacco Sales to Minors - On May 29 police cited Holly Lewis, 18, 5629 Limeport Pike, Coopersburg, for tobacco sales to minors. According to police, Lewis made a sale to a minor at CVS, 7001 Rt. 309, Coopersburg. Police said Lewis asked for ID but sold cigarettes to the minor "regardless."

Hellertown

DUI- On May 16, at approximately 12:50 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle driven by David Michael Warren, 1149 First Ave., Hellertown, following another vehicle too closely in the 1500 block of Main Street. Police followed Warren for several blocks and then stopped him in the 1100 block of Main Street. After an investigation, Warren was given field sobriety tests, which police say he failed. Warren was taken to the Bethlehem DUI Center for processing. His blood alcohol concentration was subsequently determined to be .12 percent. Charges will be filed with Dist. Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 21, at approximately 7:50 p.m., police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Main Street, after it was reported that a vehicle struck a utility pole. Upon arrival, police say they observed a 1998 Nissan Maxima in the southbound lane of Main Street, "completely severed in half by the impact." Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Zheng Z. Chen, 34 Durham St., Hellertown. Chen, police say, "suffered from sleep deprivation, and it was reported that he had fallen asleep behind the wheel." Witnesses stated that Chen was traveling at 30 to 35 m.p.h. when his vehicle veered off the road and struck the pole. No brakes were used prior to impact, police added. Chen was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, and later released.

Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - On May 22, at approximately 1:04 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle traveling the wrong direction on Hampton Avenue, near Main Street. Police stopped the vehicle. Upon investigation, police say they were able to locate and recover drugs and drug paraphernalia from inside a backpack belonging to the front seat passenger in the vehicle, who they identified as Matthew David Carroll, 2202 Juniper Dr., Coplay. Carroll was subsequently taken to Hellertown Police Headquarters, processed and released. Criminal charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia have been filed against Carroll through District Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct - On May 23, at approximately 1:59 a.m., police responded to a report of a disturbance in an apartment at 1702 Clauser St. Upon further investigation, police say they discovered two pipes used for smoking marijuana in the possession of Jeffrey Rau, 30, 1702 Clauser St., Hellertown. Rau was taken into custody. Charges of two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of disorderly conduct have been filed, police said.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle - On May 25, at approximately 10:06 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Easton Road for a report of a smashed vehicle window. Police subsequently discovered that $550 cash was reportedly stolen from inside the vehicle. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040 or 610-330-2200.

Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 27, at approximately 7:21 p.m., police responded a five car accident in the 1200 block of Second Avenue. According to police, Harriet M. Frey, 75, 1668 Pleasant View Rd., Bethlehem, was driving south on Second Avenue during "adverse weather conditions" when she struck four vehicles parked along the west side of the street. All of the vehicles were unoccupied and there were no injuries. A summons for careless driving has been filed in this case, police added.

Lower Saucon Township

DAI - On May 17, at approximately 2:41 a.m., police stopped Estela Valera, 26, 647 W. Union St., Whitehall, for reportedly crossing the double yellow line several times while traveling south on Rt. 378. Police subsequently learned that Valera's registration was expired. Valera was subsequently arrested for DAI, and found to have a blood alcohol concentration of .14 percent, police said. Valera is on probation in Lehigh County and, after being advised of the incident, the Lehigh County Probation Department took her into custody and committed her to Lehigh County Prison, police said. A charge of DAI will be filed by mail, they added. Confinement of Dogs - On May 24, at approximately 10:30 p.m., police charged Lorne Morris, 46, 2009 Leithsville Rd., Hellertown, with confinement of dogs. According to police, Morris failed to confine his dog to his property. Littering - On May 27, between 10 a.m. and noon, police say an unknown actor or unknown actors left several trash bags on the lawn of Robert Sadler, 3551 North Dr., Bethlehem.

Criminal Mischief - On May 28, at approximately 10:14 a.m., police say Jignasa Trambadia, 30, 1867 Viola Ln., Hellertown, reported to them that her glass patio door was shattered on May 26. Trambadia also noticed a window with a two inch hole in it on the first floor of her home, police added. Damage to the home was estimated at $300, police said.

Retail Theft - On May 29, police charged Jason Zemba, 1149 Second Ave., Floor 1, Hellertown, with retail theft. According to police, Zemba is responsible for the theft of two patio umbrellas from the Giant Food Store at 1880 Leithsville Rd.-an incident which allegedly took place on May 21, and which was captured on surveil-lance video by the store. Photos of the theft were publicized with the help of local media, including The Saucon News. On May 29, police say, an off-duty Lower Saucon Township officer encountered a man-later identified as Zemba-who appeared to match the physical profile of the suspect being sought in the patio umbrella theft case. The encounter occurred at the 7-11 convenience store on Main Street in Hellertown, police said.

Criminal Mischief - On May 29, at approximately 9:26 a.m., it was reported to police that the front window of a home at 1682 Kevin Drive was broken by an unknown actor, possibly using a rock. The incident was reported by Robert Lombardo of 1682 Kevin Dr., Bethlehem. According to police, Lombardo said the window may have been broken within seven to 10 days prior to the time that he reported the damage to authorities. Damage to the window was estimated at $100, police said. Littering - On May 29, at approximately 8:45 p.m., police took a report of littering in the township. According to police, an unidentified individual dumped a pile of concrete and branches on property belonging to Bob Blasko at 2510 Redington Road, Bethlehem. Illegal Foreign Nationals - On June 2, at approximately 9:39 a.m., police say they located four employees of Land Tech Enterprises of Warrington performing landscaping in Polk Valley Park in Lower Saucon Township. Upon further investigation with Northampton County 9-1-1 and U.S. immigration officials, police say they determined that the four employees were in the U.S. illegally. The four were identified as: Cliserio Grano Alameda, 26; Toribio Grano Alameda, 30; Felix Grano, 22; and Rafael GilPina, 50. Alameda, Alameda and Grano all are of 1110 Thomas Rd., A, Warrington, and GilPina is of 120 E. Street Rd., Apt. L3-11, Warminster, police said. All four men were committed to Northampton County Prison on detainers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, police added.

Motor Vehicle Accident Involving Injuries - On June 3, at approximately 8:58 a.m., police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Seidersville Road at Hickory Hill Road. According to police, a vehicle operated by Kate C. Love, of Bethlehem, turned left into the path of a vehicle operated by Carol Symons, of Hellertown, causing the accident. Love received a citation for Vehicles Turning Left, police said. Symons was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, they added.

Upper Saucon Township

Underage Drinking - On May 26 police cited Alyssa Handwerk, 18, 6629 Walnut St., Slatington, for underage drinking. According to police, Handwerk was cited after she was observed making a left turn against a red light at Rt. 309 southbound and Fairmount Street, Coopersburg, at approximately 2:12 a.m.

DUI- On May 26 police arrested George Wacker, 52, 329 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, for DUI. According to police, Wacker was arrested after he was observed making an illegal U-turn on Center Valley Parkway at the Center Valley Golf Course at approximately 4:30 p.m. Wacker was processed at Lehigh County Central Booking Center. Proceeding will be by summons. Tobacco Sales to Minors - On May 29 police cited Holly Lewis, 18, 5629 Limeport Pike, Coopersburg, for tobacco sales to minors. According to police, Lewis made a sale to a minor at CVS, 7001 Rt. 309, Coopersburg. Police said Lewis asked for ID but sold cigarettes to the minor "regardless."

Hellertown

DUI- On May 16, at approximately 12:50 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle driven by David Michael Warren, 1149 First Ave., Hellertown, following another vehicle too closely in the 1500 block of Main Street. Police followed Warren for several blocks and then stopped him in the 1100 block of Main Street. After an investigation, Warren was given field sobriety tests, which police say he failed. Warren was taken to the Bethlehem DUI Center for processing. His blood alcohol concentration was subsequently determined to be .12 percent. Charges will be filed with Dist. Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 21, at approximately 7:50 p.m., police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Main Street, after it was reported that a vehicle struck a utility pole. Upon arrival, police say they observed a 1998 Nissan Maxima in the southbound lane of Main Street, "completely severed in half by the impact." Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Zheng Z. Chen, 34 Durham St., Hellertown. Chen, police say, "suffered from sleep deprivation, and it was reported that he had fallen asleep behind the wheel." Witnesses stated that Chen was traveling at 30 to 35 m.p.h. when his vehicle veered off the road and struck the pole. No brakes were used prior to impact, police added. Chen was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, and later released.

Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - On May 22, at approximately 1:04 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle traveling the wrong direction on Hampton Avenue, near Main Street. Police stopped the vehicle. Upon investigation, police say they were able to locate and recover drugs and drug paraphernalia from inside a backpack belonging to the front seat passenger in the vehicle, who they identified as Matthew David Carroll, 2202 Juniper Dr., Coplay. Carroll was subsequently taken to Hellertown Police Headquarters, processed and released. Criminal charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia have been filed against Carroll through District Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct - On May 23, at approximately 1:59 a.m., police responded to a report of a disturbance in an apartment at 1702 Clauser St. Upon further investigation, police say they discovered two pipes used for smoking marijuana in the possession of Jeffrey Rau, 30, 1702 Clauser St., Hellertown. Rau was taken into custody. Charges of two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of disorderly conduct have been filed, police said.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle - On May 25, at approximately 10:06 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Easton Road for a report of a smashed vehicle window. Police subsequently discovered that $550 cash was reportedly stolen from inside the vehicle. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040 or 610-330-2200.

Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 27, at approximately 7:21 p.m., police responded a five car accident in the 1200 block of Second Avenue. According to police, Harriet M. Frey, 75, 1668 Pleasant View Rd., Bethlehem, was driving south on Second Avenue during "adverse weather conditions" when she struck four vehicles parked along the west side of the street. All of the vehicles were unoccupied and there were no injuries. A summons for careless driving has been filed in this case, police added.

Lower Saucon Township

DAI - On May 17, at approximately 2:41 a.m., police stopped Estela Valera, 26, 647 W. Union St., Whitehall, for reportedly crossing the double yellow line several times while traveling south on Rt. 378. Police subsequently learned that Valera's registration was expired. Valera was subsequently arrested for DAI, and found to have a blood alcohol concentration of .14 percent, police said. Valera is on probation in Lehigh County and, after being advised of the incident, the Lehigh County Probation Department took her into custody and committed her to Lehigh County Prison, police said. A charge of DAI will be filed by mail, they added. Confinement of Dogs - On May 24, at approximately 10:30 p.m., police charged Lorne Morris, 46, 2009 Leithsville Rd., Hellertown, with confinement of dogs. According to police, Morris failed to confine his dog to his property. Littering - On May 27, between 10 a.m. and noon, police say an unknown actor or unknown actors left several trash bags on the lawn of Robert Sadler, 3551 North Dr., Bethlehem.

Criminal Mischief - On May 28, at approximately 10:14 a.m., police say Jignasa Trambadia, 30, 1867 Viola Ln., Hellertown, reported to them that her glass patio door was shattered on May 26. Trambadia also noticed a window with a two inch hole in it on the first floor of her home, police added. Damage to the home was estimated at $300, police said.

Retail Theft - On May 29, police charged Jason Zemba, 1149 Second Ave., Floor 1, Hellertown, with retail theft. According to police, Zemba is responsible for the theft of two patio umbrellas from the Giant Food Store at 1880 Leithsville Rd.-an incident which allegedly took place on May 21, and which was captured on surveil-lance video by the store. Photos of the theft were publicized with the help of local media, including The Saucon News. On May 29, police say, an off-duty Lower Saucon Township officer encountered a man-later identified as Zemba-who appeared to match the physical profile of the suspect being sought in the patio umbrella theft case. The encounter occurred at the 7-11 convenience store on Main Street in Hellertown, police said.

Criminal Mischief - On May 29, at approximately 9:26 a.m., it was reported to police that the front window of a home at 1682 Kevin Drive was broken by an unknown actor, possibly using a rock. The incident was reported by Robert Lombardo of 1682 Kevin Dr., Bethlehem. According to police, Lombardo said the window may have been broken within seven to 10 days prior to the time that he reported the damage to authorities. Damage to the window was estimated at $100, police said. Littering - On May 29, at approximately 8:45 p.m., police took a report of littering in the township. According to police, an unidentified individual dumped a pile of concrete and branches on property belonging to Bob Blasko at 2510 Redington Road, Bethlehem. Illegal Foreign Nationals - On June 2, at approximately 9:39 a.m., police say they located four employees of Land Tech Enterprises of Warrington performing landscaping in Polk Valley Park in Lower Saucon Township. Upon further investigation with Northampton County 9-1-1 and U.S. immigration officials, police say they determined that the four employees were in the U.S. illegally. The four were identified as: Cliserio Grano Alameda, 26; Toribio Grano Alameda, 30; Felix Grano, 22; and Rafael GilPina, 50. Alameda, Alameda and Grano all are of 1110 Thomas Rd., A, Warrington, and GilPina is of 120 E. Street Rd., Apt. L3-11, Warminster, police said. All four men were committed to Northampton County Prison on detainers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, police added.

Motor Vehicle Accident Involving Injuries - On June 3, at approximately 8:58 a.m., police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Seidersville Road at Hickory Hill Road. According to police, a vehicle operated by Kate C. Love, of Bethlehem, turned left into the path of a vehicle operated by Carol Symons, of Hellertown, causing the accident. Love received a citation for Vehicles Turning Left, police said. Symons was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, they added.

Upper Saucon Township

Underage Drinking - On May 26 police cited Alyssa Handwerk, 18, 6629 Walnut St., Slatington, for underage drinking. According to police, Handwerk was cited after she was observed making a left turn against a red light at Rt. 309 southbound and Fairmount Street, Coopersburg, at approximately 2:12 a.m.

DUI- On May 26 police arrested George Wacker, 52, 329 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, for DUI. According to police, Wacker was arrested after he was observed making an illegal U-turn on Center Valley Parkway at the Center Valley Golf Course at approximately 4:30 p.m. Wacker was processed at Lehigh County Central Booking Center. Proceeding will be by summons. Tobacco Sales to Minors - On May 29 police cited Holly Lewis, 18, 5629 Limeport Pike, Coopersburg, for tobacco sales to minors. According to police, Lewis made a sale to a minor at CVS, 7001 Rt. 309, Coopersburg. Police said Lewis asked for ID but sold cigarettes to the minor "regardless."

Hellertown

DUI- On May 16, at approximately 12:50 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle driven by David Michael Warren, 1149 First Ave., Hellertown, following another vehicle too closely in the 1500 block of Main Street. Police followed Warren for several blocks and then stopped him in the 1100 block of Main Street. After an investigation, Warren was given field sobriety tests, which police say he failed. Warren was taken to the Bethlehem DUI Center for processing. His blood alcohol concentration was subsequently determined to be .12 percent. Charges will be filed with Dist. Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 21, at approximately 7:50 p.m., police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Main Street, after it was reported that a vehicle struck a utility pole. Upon arrival, police say they observed a 1998 Nissan Maxima in the southbound lane of Main Street, "completely severed in half by the impact." Police identified the driver of the vehicle as Zheng Z. Chen, 34 Durham St., Hellertown. Chen, police say, "suffered from sleep deprivation, and it was reported that he had fallen asleep behind the wheel." Witnesses stated that Chen was traveling at 30 to 35 m.p.h. when his vehicle veered off the road and struck the pole. No brakes were used prior to impact, police added. Chen was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, and later released.

Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - On May 22, at approximately 1:04 a.m., police say they observed a vehicle traveling the wrong direction on Hampton Avenue, near Main Street. Police stopped the vehicle. Upon investigation, police say they were able to locate and recover drugs and drug paraphernalia from inside a backpack belonging to the front seat passenger in the vehicle, who they identified as Matthew David Carroll, 2202 Juniper Dr., Coplay. Carroll was subsequently taken to Hellertown Police Headquarters, processed and released. Criminal charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia have been filed against Carroll through District Justice Diane Repyneck's office, police said. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct - On May 23, at approximately 1:59 a.m., police responded to a report of a disturbance in an apartment at 1702 Clauser St. Upon further investigation, police say they discovered two pipes used for smoking marijuana in the possession of Jeffrey Rau, 30, 1702 Clauser St., Hellertown. Rau was taken into custody. Charges of two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of disorderly conduct have been filed, police said.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle - On May 25, at approximately 10:06 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Easton Road for a report of a smashed vehicle window. Police subsequently discovered that $550 cash was reportedly stolen from inside the vehicle. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Hellertown Police Department at 610-838-7040 or 610-330-2200.

Motor Vehicle Accident - On May 27, at approximately 7:21 p.m., police responded a five car accident in the 1200 block of Second Avenue. According to police, Harriet M. Frey, 75, 1668 Pleasant View Rd., Bethlehem, was driving south on Second Avenue during "adverse weather conditions" when she struck four vehicles parked along the west side of the street. All of the vehicles were unoccupied and there were no injuries. A summons for careless driving has been filed in this case, police added.

Lower Saucon Township

DAI - On May 17, at approximately 2:41 a.m., police stopped Estela Valera, 26, 647 W. Union St., Whitehall, for reportedly crossing the double yellow line several times while traveling south on Rt. 378. Police subsequently learned that Valera's registration was expired. Valera was subsequently arrested for DAI, and found to have a blood alcohol concentration of .14 percent, police said. Valera is on probation in Lehigh County and, after being advised of the incident, the Lehigh County Probation Department took her into custody and committed her to Lehigh County Prison, police said. A charge of DAI will be filed by mail, they added. Confinement of Dogs - On May 24, at approximately 10:30 p.m., police charged Lorne Morris, 46, 2009 Leithsville Rd., Hellertown, with confinement of dogs. According to police, Morris failed to confine his dog to his property. Littering - On May 27, between 10 a.m. and noon, police say an unknown actor or unknown actors left several trash bags on the lawn of Robert Sadler, 3551 North Dr., Bethlehem.

Criminal Mischief - On May 28, at approximately 10:14 a.m., police say Jignasa Trambadia, 30, 1867 Viola Ln., Hellertown, reported to them that her glass patio door was shattered on May 26. Trambadia also noticed a window with a two inch hole in it on the first floor of her home, police added. Damage to the home was estimated at $300, police said.

Retail Theft - On May 29, police charged Jason Zemba, 1149 Second Ave., Floor 1, Hellertown, with retail theft. According to police, Zemba is responsible for the theft of two patio umbrellas from the Giant Food Store at 1880 Leithsville Rd.-an incident which allegedly took place on May 21, and which was captured on surveil-lance video by the store. Photos of the theft were publicized with the help of local media, including The Saucon News. On May 29, police say, an off-duty Lower Saucon Township officer encountered a man-later identified as Zemba-who appeared to match the physical profile of the suspect being sought in the patio umbrella theft case. The encounter occurred at the 7-11 convenience store on Main Street in Hellertown, police said.

Criminal Mischief - On May 29, at approximately 9:26 a.m., it was reported to police that the front window of a home at 1682 Kevin Drive was broken by an unknown actor, possibly using a rock. The incident was reported by Robert Lombardo of 1682 Kevin Dr., Bethlehem. According to police, Lombardo said the window may have been broken within seven to 10 days prior to the time that he reported the damage to authorities. Damage to the window was estimated at $100, police said. Littering - On May 29, at approximately 8:45 p.m., police took a report of littering in the township. According to police, an unidentified individual dumped a pile of concrete and branches on property belonging to Bob Blasko at 2510 Redington Road, Bethlehem. Illegal Foreign Nationals - On June 2, at approximately 9:39 a.m., police say they located four employees of Land Tech Enterprises of Warrington performing landscaping in Polk Valley Park in Lower Saucon Township. Upon further investigation with Northampton County 9-1-1 and U.S. immigration officials, police say they determined that the four employees were in the U.S. illegally. The four were identified as: Cliserio Grano Alameda, 26; Toribio Grano Alameda, 30; Felix Grano, 22; and Rafael GilPina, 50. Alameda, Alameda and Grano all are of 1110 Thomas Rd., A, Warrington, and GilPina is of 120 E. Street Rd., Apt. L3-11, Warminster, police said. All four men were committed to Northampton County Prison on detainers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, police added.

Motor Vehicle Accident Involving Injuries - On June 3, at approximately 8:58 a.m., police responded to a motor vehicle accident on Seidersville Road at Hickory Hill Road. According to police, a vehicle operated by Kate C. Love, of Bethlehem, turned left into the path of a vehicle operated by Carol Symons, of Hellertown, causing the accident. Love received a citation for Vehicles Turning Left, police said. Symons was transported to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment, they added.

Upper Saucon Township

Underage Drinking - On May 26 police cited Alyssa Handwerk, 18, 6629 Walnut St., Slatington, for underage drinking. According to police, Handwerk was cited after she was observed making a left turn against a red light at Rt. 309 southbound and Fairmount Street, Coopersburg, at approximately 2:12 a.m.

DUI- On May 26 police arrested George Wacker, 52, 329 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, for DUI. According to police, Wacker was arrested after he was observed making an illegal U-turn on Center Valley Parkway at the Center Valley Golf Course at approximately 4:30 p.m. Wacker was processed at Lehigh County Central Booking Center. Proceeding will be by summons. Tobacco Sales to Minors - On May 29 police cited Holly Lewis, 18, 5629 Limeport Pike, Coopersburg, for tobacco sales to minors. According to police, Lewis made a sale to a minor at CVS, 7001 Rt. 309, Coopersburg. Police said Lewis asked for ID but sold cigarettes to the minor "regardless."

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