Wednesday, December 28, 2011
The incident was apparently the result of a domestic dispute.
A Bethlehem Township woman allegedly stabbed a man in the leg with a 4-inch serrated steak knife early Christmas Day, although she denied knowing she grabbed the knife or what happened to it, according to court records. Nydia Figueroa, 37, of the 3900 block of Washington St., told police she was in her son’s bedroom with the man’s mother when the man walked in and she and the man exchanged words. She said he grabbed her hair and pulled her down. Family members tried to pull the man off her, and she grabbed whatever was closest and began hitting him, she told police. Although the records say Figueroa stabbed the man in the left outer thigh, she denied to police that she knew she grabbed a knife or what happened to it. The man would not …
Friday, December 23, 2011
GPS units appear to be a popular target right now.
The Bethlehem Police Department reported the following incidents on Friday, Dec. 23: For love of God and music? A 67-year-old resident of the 300 block of East Locust Street reported late Thursday morning that unauthorized charges were made to his bank account in the amount of $683, police said. The money was used to make purchases from iTunes and Christianity Online, the report added. No possible suspects were named in the fraud. Quick turnaround Jesse Kern, 24, of the unit block of West Goepp Street was formally charged with theft after being arrested on a warrant Thursday, Dec. 22 around 1:30 a.m., police report. Kern allegedly stole a duffel bag containing dance costumes belonging to a woman at the same address, and refused to return …
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Cigarette theft and brawling in school also reported by Bethlehem police.
The Bethlehem Police Department reports the following incidents happened around the city on Wednesday, Dec. 21: