Friday, September 17, 2010

Kudos… working together we CAN make a difference.

Way to go…

 Four juveniles were seen by several people vandalizing cars about 12:30 a.m. tonight on Lehigh St., Sherman St. and Almond Lane.  They all did the right thing and called 911 and gave good descriptions.  The police caught all of them and the residents ID them.  Thank you residents and thank you Police Officers.

*********** KISS A COP ***********


  Reports from “Scanner Addict” ……

9/15-6:20 pm
   A Hispanic male was stabbed at East Maple, and North Washington Streets, the Dan Flood Park. The suspect fled in a maroon   Volkswagen and there was a gun in the back seat of car.
 Both the victim and suspect fled the scene.

9/15-9:36 pm  - West Ross Street, vehicle burglarized and 2nd floor Parking Lot Central, vehicle broken into.

9/15-6:39 pm
 A gunshot victim in general hospital ER happened by softball field near Sherman Hills!

Report from Citizens Voice …
Wilkes-Barre police seek information on shooting that reportedly occurred Tuesday evening near the entrance to Sherman Hills Apartment Complex that resulted in a man being shot.
Police received no report of the shooting, but were notified by hospital officials when Keith Hayes, of Coal Street, arrived at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital with a gunshot wound to his wrist. The injury was not life threatening, police said.
According Hayes, he was walking on North Sherman Street, near the entrance to the apartment complex, when he saw two or three men arguing. Gunfire erupted and Hayes was shot.

1 comment:

  1. Under the former management Sherman Hill residents were notified when such an event occurred. Nothing has been said to the residents about this incident. I also heard, through the grapevine, that someone was stabbed in the garden apartments. We used to be told about these events too.

    I'm feeling a tad bit concerned lately. Also under former management the police made REGULAR visits to Sherman Hill Apartments. I saw them during the day, morning, afternoon and night - late at night. They would go into the Leasing Agent's Office, presumably to "log in," perhaps in some way letting the management know that they had been around after hours? Now, I rarely see a cop. I mentioned this to management and was told that "they come around early in the morning." This isn't the way it used to be! And, there is a lot more activity here too - a lot of new residents, younger and tougher. Someone actually had the nerve to play "chicken" with me and my dog the other day by silently challenging me to move to the other side of the sidewalk, something I chose not to do because it would have put my service dog between me and this person. Eh?