Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Khadijha Noone, 18, of Easton, is charged with trying to walk out of the Target in Lower Nazareth with about $420 in merchandise stuffed into an orange tote container.
Police have made an arrest in a September retail theft case in which a female teenager and another female tried to walk out of the Target in Lower Nazareth Township with about $420 in merchandise stuffed into an orange tote container. Court records say store employees stopped the females, including suspect Khadijha Demaris Noone, 18, of Easton, as they left the store the afternoon of Sept. 28, a Friday. But the females fled on foot without taking the merchandise and got away in a black 1998 Volkswagen Jetta. The Target is at 3835 Dryland Way near the intersection of Routes 33 and 248. The records list Noone’s retail theft charge as her first offense. They also list her address as the 800 block of W. Berwick Street, although another listing…
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Target opened its doors at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving, and the shoppers came. By mid-morning Friday, shopping seemed to have slowed in some spots.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Updated 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23: Shopper traffic at the Palmer Park Mall and Northampton Crossings appeared to slow late Friday morning, with the usual amount of shoppers for a weekend. Patch reported no long checkout lines. Kohl's at Northampton Crossings and Target were still busy. The Morning Call reported that Colonial Regional police broke up a small demonstration outside the Walmart in Lower Nazareth, by those protesting wages. A small group of demonstrators were also outside the Walmart in Lower Macungie, according to a report on lehighvalleylive.com. Tell us about your shopping experiences in the comments below. Thursday: Patch was at the Target in Lower Nazareth on Thursday night, when the store opened its doors at 9 p.m. to …
Friday, June 15, 2012
Three New York City men are accused of trying to steal a bundle of cardboard from behind the Target in Lower Nazareth Township.
Three men from New York City were arrested early Wednesday for allegedly trying to steal a bundle of cardboard from behind the Target in Lower Nazareth Township. According to court records, Colonial Regional Police caught the three men -- Norberto DeJesus, 30, Manhattan; Joel Gonzalez, 22, the Bronx, and Jorge Surita, 43, the Bronx -- loading the cardboard into a panel truck around 1:40 a.m. When questioned, the men said they had found the cardboard somewhere else, but gave different accounts of where. The cardboard was only valued at $50, police said. Gonzalez and Surita were charged with theft. They posted 10 percent of $5,000 bail and were released from Northampton County Prison. There was no updated information on DeJesus.
Monday, March 26, 2012
A brush fire broke out Monday afternoon in the parking lot of the Target in Lower Nazareth; no vehicles were affected.
Firefighters from four fire departments put out a brush fire that broke out Monday afternoon in the parking lot of the Target in Lower Nazareth Township. Several mulched islands were smoking and were being tended to by firefighters from Hecktown Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1, Upper Nazareth Fire Department, Palmer Municipal Fire Department and Forks Township Fire Department. At the edge of the parking lot, a row of trees was hosed down. No vehicles were affected and all businesses remained open. No injuries were reported. The smoke had cleared by 4 p.m., but crews continued to hose down the islands to make sure no hot spots were left. The National Weather Service, in a special weather statement, said gusty winds would increase the risk of …
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Colonial Regional Police marked National Night Out with K9 demonstrations, child identification and fingerprinting, food, entertainment and more.
Some 37 million Americans took part in the 28th Annual National Night Out Aug. 2, and Colonial Regional Police made sure its community joined those Americans in taking a stand against crime and continuing the fight for stronger neighborhoods. From 6-9pm Tuesday, the Hanover Township Community Center was taken over by officers and staff from Colonial Regional and by members of the public. The local National Night Out featured K9 demonstrations; child identification and fingerprinting; penty of food; entertainment from the Hanover Starz, a competitive cheerleading program, and the Shake Rattle and Rollers; and a whole lot more. National Night Out is specifically designed to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, …