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Co-Op Agency, Inc

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PROUDLY SERVING PARTS OF BERKS, LANCASTER
,
SCHUYLKILL & LEBANON COUNTIES
VOL. 7 NO. 38 •
FREE
JANUARY14, 2010
831 S. College St. • Myerstown, PA 17067
717-866-2130 • 800-552-5080
www.wengers.com
 
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729 EASTLINCOLN AVE. • MYERSTOWN, PA. 17067
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VEHICLE SLAMS INTO TAVERN
WILD BRAWL
POLICE: MAN HITS WIFE WITH GARBAGE CAN;COUSIN PUSHES HIM THROUGH WINDOW
Herald report -- Aman belted hiswife with a garbage can, and hiscousin pushed him through a store-front window during a wild melee onWest Main Street in Myerstown onDec. 28, state police at Jonestownsaid.
The suspects, Michael Tracey, 41, of Myerstown, Jeanette Tracey, 39, of Myerstown, and John Tracey Jr., 30, of Myerstown, were charged with criminalmischief and harassment, state policesaid.State police said all of the suspects wereintoxicated at the time of the incident. In a press release, state police said the husbandinvolved wanted to use cocaine with hiscousin outside of Limey's Pub.While arguing, the husband smackedhis wife with a garbage can and hands,state police said.The cousin intervened, started fight-ing the husband and shoved the husbandthrough a storefront window of the Buy-Rite Thrift Store, state police said.After the incident, the cousin wastaken to the hospital for treatment of cuts to his hands, state police said.
POLICE:BABYLEFT INSIDEVEHICLE -- ALONEDOG DISTRACTSDRIVER, CAUSESACCIDENT
 
POLICE: BOY, 16,CHARGED WITH THEFT
A16-year-old Lebanon boy was charged withretail theft after failing to pay for merchandisetotaling $52.96 at Kohl'sin North Cornwall onDec. 24, township policesaid.
Herald report
POLICE: VEHICLE HITSILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLE
Avehicle driven byRose Glant, 31, of Lebanon, backed into anunattended, illegally parked car on South 17thStreet in North Cornwallon Jan. 1, township policesaid. Nobody was injured.
Herald report
VEHICLES COLLIDEIN KOHL’S PARKING LOT
Vehicles driven by Jo-Dee Patton, 36, of Lebanon, and SebastienMaeder, 30, of Lebanon,were involved in an acci-dent on in the Kohl's parking lot in NorthCornwall on Jan. 2, town-ship police said. Nobody was injured.
Herald report
VEHICLES COLLIDEIN PALMYRA
Vehicles driven byCody Redick, 20, of Coatesville, and KurtYordy, 32, of Palmyra,were involved in an acci-dent at Cherry andRailroad streets inPalmyra on Dec. 31, bor-ough police said.
Herald report
POLICE: CAMPBELLTOWNMAN ARRESTED FOR DUI
Samuel Wolfe, 47, of Campbelltown, wascharged with DUI after atraffic stop on the 900 block of East Main Streetin Palmyra on Jan. 1, bor-ough police said.
Herald report
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601 West Lincoln Avenue • Myerstown, Pa. 17067 •
717-866-5554
The Herald
is a weekly newspaper that covers Lancaster, Berks Lebanon, and Schuylkill counties. The paper is distributed on Fridays.
Copyright © 2010 Myerstown Herald. All rights reserved.
Herald report -- A21-year-oldGordonville man threatened to killedtwo women in an effort to intimidatethem, state police at Ephrata said.
After being charged with harassmentfor threatening text messages, JeffreySnyder contacted a 36-year-old Narvonwoman and a 19-year-old Narvon womanafter being told not to by police, officialssaid. Snyder was charged with intimida-tion of witnesses and terroristic threat,state police said.
TROOPERS:SUSPECTTHREATENED TO KILL WOMEN
ACCIDENT SENDS DRIVER TO HOSP
Vehicles driven by Don Ratel, 39, of Harrisburg, andSallie Harman, 46, of Grantville, were involved in anaccident at the intersection of Jonestown Road andManor Drive in West Hanover Township, DauphinCounty, on Jan. 5, state police at Harrisburg said.Ratel was taken to Hershey Medical Center for aneck injury, state police said.
Herald report
POLICE: MAN CHARGED AFTER STOP
Edwin Rose-Rivera, of Reading, was arrested andcharged with altered, forged or counterfeit documentsand plates after a traffic stop on 16th and Walnutstreets in North Cornwall on Jan. 3, township policesaid.Rosa-Rivera also was charged with driving under suspension and expired registration, police said.
Herald report
POLICE: LANCASTER MAN CHARGED WITH DUI:
JoshuaThomas, 21, of Lancaster, was arrested for DUI after a trafficstop on South Esbenshade Road and Route 283 in RaphoTownship on Jan. 3, state police at Ephrata said.
GPS, SNUGGIE SWIPED FROM VEHICLE
Goons grabbed a GPS, phone charger and Snuggiefrom a vehicle on Quentin Road in North Cornwall onDec. 31, township police said.The victim is Diana Carpenter, of Lebanon, policesaid. Anybody with information is asked to contact police at (717) 274-0464.
Herald report
VEHICLE SLIDES, HITS TREE
Avehicle driven by Lona Wilson, 51, of Pottstown,slide off the snow-covered Churchtown Road and hit atree in Salisbury Township on Dec. 31, state police atEphrata said. Wilson was injured and taken toLancaster General Hospital.
Herald report
VEHICLE SLAMS INTO UTILITY POLE
Avehicle driven by John Reisinger, of Manheim,lost control on an icy North Colebrook Road andstruck a utility pole in Rapho Township on Jan. 1, state police at Ephrata said. Nobody was injured.
Herald report
VEHICLES CRACK UP IN PALMYRA
Vehicles driven by Mary Youtz, 62, of Palmyra, andJeanmarie Douglas, were involved in an accident atEast Main and Harrison streets in Palmyra on Jan. 1, borough police said.Douglas declined treatment for a minor injury, police said.
Herald report
SNUGGIE:Similar to this one
Herald report -- A
Pottsville man physically assault-ed a Pine Grove woman -- causing bodily injury -- dur-ing an incident on Village Drive in Pine Grove on Dec.27, state police at Schuylkill Haven said.The suspect, Clarence Donton, 31, arrested withoutincident on Jan. 2 was arraigned, state police said.Donton was unable to post bail and was sent toSchuylkill County Prison.The victim is Jennifer Donton, 33, state police said.
POLICE:MAN ASSAULTEDPINE GROVE WOMAN
Herald report --
A22-year-old Hummelstown manstruck a 4-year-old Granville boy with a plastic toy dur-ing an incident on Clifton Heights Road in LondonderryTownship, Dauphin County, on Jan. 1, state police atHarrisburg said.The boy suffered bruising and welts, state police said.State police didn't release the names of the suspectand victim.
POLICE:MAN BELTS BOY WITH PLASTIC TOY
VEHICLES CRACK UP IN SHOEMAKERSVILLE
Vehicles driven by Jonathan Yeager, 33, of Shoemakersville, and Thomas Johns, 56, of Reading, wereinvolved in an accident at the intersection on Route 61 andEast Noble Avenue in Shoemakersville on Jan. 4, state police at Hamburg said. Johns was taken to ReadingHospital for a minor knee injury.
Herald report
DOPEY DORKS STEAL DEER HEAD
Creeps removed a crossbow/case and a shoulder mount-ed white tailed deer head from the Noble Road Butcher Shop on Noble Road in Colerain Township between Nov.22 and Jan. 2, state police at Lancaster said.
Herald report
TEEN’S VEHICLE HITS HOUSE
Ateenager's vehicle hits a guide rail and shrubs beforehitting a corner of a house in a accident on East Brubaker Valley Road in Elizabeth Township on Jan. 2, state police atEphrata said.The driver, Brandon Roland, 19, of Lititz, suffered minor injuries and was taken to Lancaster General Hospital.
Herald report
UNKNOWN VEHICLESTRIKES TRUCK, FLEES
An unknown vehiclestruck and damaged aFord F-150 pickup truck outside the A&M Pizzaon West Main Street inPalmyra on Jan. 4, bor-ough police said.The vehicle fled thescene. The victim isSalvatore Mannino, 56, of Lebanon, police said.Anybody with infor-mation is asked to contact police at (717) 838-8188.
Herald report
LOWLIFES STEALBOY’S SNOWBOARD
Slugs swiped a snow- board from a storage rack at Bear Creek Ski Resorton Doe Mountain Road inLongswamp Township onDec. 30, state police atReading said.The victim is a 14-year-old Downingtown boy. State police are urg-ing skiers and snow- boards to lock their equipment or use the stor-age services provided bythe ski resorts.
Herald report
POLICE: MAN BAILEDWITHOUT PAYING FOR FOOD
Dayton Cassel, 22, of Lititz, left the HessExpress without payingthe full retail price of a$5.29 food item on East28th Street in ElizabethTownship on Jan. 1, state police at Ephrata said.
Herald report
BOZOS SWIPEBASS MAILBOX
Goons swiped a greenand white largemouth bassmailbox on North MillStreet in Swatara Townshipon Dec. 31 or Jan. 1, state police at Jonestown said.The victim is JeffreyBoltz, 47. Anyone withinformation is asked to con-tact state police at 717-865-2194.
Herald report
 
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LUNKHEADS STEAL MAIL
Goons grabbed mail out of the victim's mailbox onPool Circle in Elizabeth Township between Dec. 23and 30, state police at Ephrata said.The victim is a 50-year-old Newmanstown man,state police said.Anybody with information is asked to contact thestate police at (717) 721-7667.
Herald report
CREEPS TRY TO DEPOSIT BOGUS CHECKS
Creeps tried to deposit forged checks from aFleetwood man's National Penn Bank checking accounton Pricetown Road in Ruscombmanor Township between Dec. 8 and 9, state police at Reading said.The jerks tried deposit bogus checks for the amountof $38,945 and $6,500, state police said.The victim is Randall Parrish, 53, state police said.
Herald report
POLICE: BOYS VIOLATED CURFEW:
Two boys were citedfor violating curfew on North College Avenue in Annville onDec. 31, township police said.
Herald report -- Two Lebanon resi-dents left theirsick 16-month-old sonalone inside a vehicle -- while the outdoortemperature being 28 degrees, police said.
Hicham Ait-Achour, 33, and AtmaniHourai, 33, were charged with endangeringthe welfare of a child after leaving the babyinside the vehicle that was parked in theKmart parking lot on Quentin Road in NorthCornwall on Dec. 30, police said. The infantwas left in the vehicle without any type of heat source, police said.
POLICE:BABY LEFT INSIDE VEHICLE -- ALONE
BB BOZOSATTACK WINDOW
Bozos shot a windowwith a pellet gun on the200 block of Reifsnydor Road in ElizabethTownship on Jan. 4, state police at Ephrata said.The damage cost about$200, and the victim isJames Johns, state policesaid.
Herald report
LOSER ILLEGALLY USESCREDIT-CARD NUMBER
Ajerk obtained a cred-it-card number and makea purchase online recent-ly, state police atHarrisburg said.The victim is a 56-year-old Hummelstownman.
Herald report
BLUE VEHICLE HITSPARKED VEHICLE, FLEES
Ablue SUV-type vehi-cle hit a legally parkedvehicle and fled on the600 block of East MainStreet in Palmyra on Jan.3, borough police said.The parked vehiclesustained a moderateamount of damage to itsdriver's side.The victim is KennethFuhrman, 51, of Palmyra, police said.Anybody with infor-mation is asked to contact police at (717) 838-8188.
Herald report
POLICE: EPHRATA MANARRESTED FOR DUI
Adam Broomell, 23, of Ephrata, was arrested for DUI after a traffic stop on Newport Road andOregon Pike in West EarlTownship on Jan. 1, state police at Ephrata said.
Herald report
CREEPS SWIPE COPPER WIRE
Goons stole about 150 pounds of scrap copper wireafter entering a locked home on Fidler Court in PineGrove Township on Dec. 18 or Dec. 19, state police atSchuylkill Haven said.The victim is Richard Haynes.Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 570-593-2000.
Herald report
THREE VEHICLES CRACK UP IN SCHAEFFERSTOWN
Vehicles driven by Wesley Wenger, 17, of Womelsdorf, Austin Kline, 17, of Schaefferstown, andJoann Griffith, 55, of Mohnton, were in an accident atMain Street and Route 419 in Schaefferstown on Jan. 2,state police at Jonestown said. Griffith suffered a minor injury, and she was transported by ambulance to GoodSamaritan Hospital.
Herald report
TROOPERS: FUGITIVE CAUGHT AFTER ACCIDENT
Aman was determined to be a fugitive after he wasinvolved in an accident in Union Township, LebanonCounty, on Dec. 22, state police at Jonestown said.The suspect, Felix Pinero-Baez, 60, of Lebanon, waswanted by the Lebanon County and Atlantic City, N.J.,sheriff’s offices, state police said. He was charged as afugitive from justice and taken to Lebanon CountyCentral Booking.
Herald report
CRAFTSMEN’S FESTIVAL SCHEDULED FOR MARCH
The Reading-Berks Chapter of the Pennsylvania Guildof Craftsmen is holding its 8th Annual Juried SpringCraft Festival in Kutztown University’s Keystone Hall onMarch 27 and March 28.The festival will feature museum quality work from juried artisans, live music, door prizes, catering, andample parking for handicapped and other visitors.Saturday’s hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday’shours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The donation to enter is$4 a person; children under 12 are free.The spring show offers contemporary and traditionalPennsylvania folk artwork for sale, produced by morethan 150 artisans who are members of the Reading-BerksChapter --which is the largest chapter in the PennsylvaniaGuild -- and other juried craftsmen who are members of the Pennsylvania Guild. Genres include assorted arts, basketry, clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal, paper, photog-raphy and wood.For directions and details, visit the guild’s Website,www.rbcrafts.org., e-mail info@rbcrafts.org or call 610-678-6650. Aspecial preview will be aired on BerksCommunity Television (BCTV) on March 17 at 7 p.m.hosted by W. Eugene Burkhart Jr.
Herald report
JERKS STEAL WHEEL, TIRE
Thugs stole the left front wheel and tire from a vehiclein the parking lot of Palmview Apartments on West NorthAvenue in Palmyra on Jan. 2, police said.The total value of the stolen items is $250, police said.The victim is Mary Unger, 73.
Herald report
Herald report --
A45-year-old Carlisle woman madeup allegations of rape recently, state police at Jonestownsaid.Lisa Merrill dialed 911 and reported she was rapedwhile at a residence on the 200 block of Awol Road inUnion Township, Lebanon County, state police said.Merrill made the allegations up and was not raped,state police said.Merrill was charged with false alarms to agencies of  public safety and false reports to law enforcement, state police said.
POLICE: WOMAN MADE UPRAPE ALLEGATIONS
JERKS SWIPE UPS PACKAGES
Punks pilfered two UPS packages from the front porchof a residence on Garfield Road in Rapho Township onDec. 30, state police at Ephrata said.The victim is Kelly Williams, of Mt. Joy.Anybody with information is asked to contact the state police at (717) 721-7667.
Herald report
POLICE: 2 CITED AFTER FIGHT
Brian Conlow, 45, of Lebanon, and Michelle Speck, 45,of Lebanon, were cited for harassment after a fight between each other on Fairway Drive in Bethel Township,Lebanon County, on Jan. 1, state police at Jonestown said.
Herald report
SALT TRUCK BREAKS TWO TELEPHONE POLES
The dump bed of a truck spreading salt caught power lines running across the road, causing two telephone polesto break, on Mount Zion Road in Bethel Township,Lebanon County, on Dec. 31, state police at Jonestownsaid. The vehicle was driven by Donald McMullen, 45, of Bernville.
Herald report
POLICE: NEWMANSTOWN MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI
Garrett Ball, 24, of Newmanstown, was arrested for DUI after a traffic stop on Route 343 in Bethel Township,Lebanon County, on Jan. 1, state police at Jonestown said.
Herald report
Herald report --
A Narvon man is accused of striking and injuring a 13-year-old boy during anincident on Mountain TopLane in Narvon on Jan. 1,state police at Ephratasaid.Damion Charlton wascharged with assault, state police said.
TROOPERS:MAN STRIKESINJURESBOY, 13
VEHICLE SLIDES,STRIKES TREE
Avehicle driven byJeffrey Engebetson, 29, of Lebanon, slid on ice on acurve and struck a tree onRoute 241 near Lake Drivein South Annville Townshipon Jan. 1, state police atJonestown said. Engebetsonsuffered minor injuries.
Herald report
VEHICLES COLLIDEAT INTERSECTION
Vehicles driven by JessicaLeibig, 22, of Richland, andThomas Montgomery, 55, of Lebanon, were in an accidentat Route 501 and ReistvilleRoad in HeidelbergTownship, Lebanon County,on Dec. 31, state police atJonestown said.
Herald report
VEHICLE BARRELSINTO EMBANKMENT, FLIPS
Avehicle driven by ErinGarcia, 25, of Kingston,went out of control on adownhill curve, struck anembankment and overturnedon I-81 in Pine GroveTownship on Jan. 2, state police at Jonestown said.
Herald report

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