Monday, November 12, 2012
The man police say robbed a Forks Township convenience store carried a sawed-off shotgun, swiped packs of Black & Mild cigars and fled on a bicycle
Police used surveillance video, bicycle tire tracks and a person’s preference for Black & Mild cigars to track down the armed man they say robbed Chubby’s convenience store in Forks Township around 4:30 a.m. Thursday. A criminal complaint about the incident and the alleged robber, Tariq Jahad Yusuf Jackson, 22, also of Forks, reveals the following: --Jackson wore a black-knit ski mask and yellow gloves, and brandished a sawed-off shotgun. A Forks officer found the mask on nearby Meco Road about an hour after the robbery. --Jackson visited the store about 10 the night before – six and a half hours before the robbery – and asked an employee what time the store opens in the morning. --His home at 2305 Jamie Court is .76 miles from Chubby’s, …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Lindsey Dalrymple, 29, who was allegedly suffering withdrawal symptoms from Fentanyl, is charged with masterminding a plan to hold up the Wal-Mart pharmacy in Lower Nazareth Township.
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- Daryl Nerl
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The wife of an Easton man accused in an August gunpoint robbery of the Wal-Mart pharmacy in Lower Nazareth Township was the alleged mastermind of the plot, supplied the gun and drove the getaway vehicle, according to court papers. Lindsey A. Dalrymple, 29, of 525 Avenue F in Stroudsburg, was arrested and charged Tuesday with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft and receiving stolen property. Her husband, Gregory Dalrymple, 29, of 18 N. 11th St., Easton, allegedly walked behind the counter of the Wal-Mart at about 8:30 p.m. Aug. 6, brandished a black handgun and demanded that the pharmacist fill up a bag with Fentanyl -- a narcotic painkiller that is 100 times more potent than morphine. After the pharmacist filled the bag with two …
Thursday, May 12, 2011
The Saylorsburg man is considered armed and dangerous.
Nazareth police are seeking Justin Aracelio Caban, 20, of Saylorsburg, who they believe was the gunman in an armed robbery that also involved Kewdy Santa-Mella, a Nazareth Area High School senior. An arrest warrant has been issued for Caban, the alleged gunman in the April 13 robbery of a juvenile male. Santa-Mella already has been charged. In an affidavit for the charges against Santa-Mella, the juvenile victim reported that he was walking in the area of N. Cedar and E. Chestnut streets when a black BMW pulled up to him. Through the open driver-side window, the youth recognized Santa-Mella, 18, as the driver. According to Detective Fred Lahovski, both Santa-Mella and the victim are Nazareth High students. According to the affidavit, there…