State Police Troop M, Bethlehem, say police were dispatched 2:36 p.m. on Oct. 24 for a disturbance in parking lot D at Lehigh Carbon Community College, 4525 Education Park Drive, North Whitehall Township.
Upon arrival, the trooper discovered two 19-year-olds from Lehigh County, were allegedly involved in a verbal argument that escalated.
Police allege one teen grabbed at the other’s neck causing visible red marks.
The latter teen allegedly kicked the first teen’s vehicle causing damage, police say.
Both were cited via non-traffic citations.
Two residents from the area of Pierce and Van Buren drives, South Whitehall Township, sustained non-life-threatening injuries when they were assaulted by two individuals with knives 8:47 a.m. Nov. 19.
According to South Whitehall Township police, the residents were entering their vehicle when an altercation ensued between them and the individuals carrying the knives.
The residents fled in their vehicle. The suspects, who took an undetermined amount of cash, were last seen fleeing on foot, police say.
One of the residents is being treated at a local hospital.
Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin recently announced 20,294 pounds of medications have been collected since 2014 at the permanent medication collection sites in Lehigh County.
In December 2013, permanent medication collection boxes were installed at 10 police departments.
Two other departments were added later, and additional boxes have been installed at three Lehigh Valley Hospital locations.
State Police Troop M, Bethlehem, say troopers were investigating a report of a trespasser 10:45 a.m. Oct. 11 at 8358 Route 873, Washington Township, when they encountered Ted Arling Long, 51, of Walnutport.
He allegedly identified himself as several other individuals in an alleged attempt to avoid being arrested on an active warrant, police say.
Charges were filed against Long with District Judge Tom Creighton, Slatington.
Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin recently released the local results of the 16th National Take Back Day on Oct. 27.
Martin said county residents disposed of 500.5 pounds of expired and unused over-the-counter and prescription medications during Take Back Day.
The total of drugs collected during all Take Back Day events since 2010 is 12,943.5 pounds.
A 1960 Parkland High School graduate died in a Nov. 2 crash on Route 248 at the Route 873 intersection, Lehigh Township.
Richard Bowman, 76, of Pen Argyl, was killed in the crash which occurred just after 5 a.m.
Lehigh Township police say a Kenworth tractor-trailer was eastbound on Route 248 when a gray Dodge Grand Caravan, driven by Bowman, attempted to turn onto Route 873 from Route 248 westbound.
Bowman drove into the path of the rig at the intersection.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Upper Macungie Township Police Department is once again taking part in “No Shave November.”
Officers were granted special permission to forego shaving Nov. 1 to Dec. 1 in lieu of donations that will be divided between two special organizations: Lehigh Valley Children’s Hospital and Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley.
Officers who participate will wear silicone bracelets designating they are participating, and they must donate $50 to the cause.
Officers who participate will be charged a “penalty” if they shave before the end of the initiative.