Sunday, October 3, 2010

Got Ya !

It’s been a good week for the good guys ……
Sometimes it is so frustrating. But when people are aware of the crimes occurring in their neighborhoods they will know what to look for and hopefully call 911.
Thumbs up to Wright Twp. Police.     
After several burglaries in the area the police alerted residents to be wary of a stranger asking for directions.  Police said the man knocked on doors and if anyone answered he would simply say he was lost and ask for directions.  If no one answered, he walked behind the house and forced open a rear door or window. Armed with this information the residents then knew to call 911 if this occurred.  They called and two men were captured!

The Times Leader Police Blotter  Posted: October 2

Moresse Germany, 34, of Lloyds Lane, was arrested for alleged burglary at 11:32 a.m. Wednesday after members of the Wilkes-Barre Crime Watch said they observed him entering a home on Blackman Street.

Police said they caught Germany in the house when they arrived after getting a call from crime watch members.

 His bail has been set at $50,000 and he was lodged at the Luzerne County Correctional Facility.

**************** KISS A COP ****************
Don’t know much about this .. but I do know our police caught a very suspicious male on Friday afternoon walking around Beech Street. They took him in.
 Thanks, Guys.

  From “Scanner Addict” :
10/30-12:33AM Turkey Hill on High Street male shot in leg. Suspects fled.

9/27-10:56PM - 3RD floor of park n lock, car window smashed.

9/27-7:29PM -166 Jones Street, license plate stolen from a vehicle


Copper Pipes are being stolen out of homes that
are vacant at an alarming rate !

Just this week 107 Logan Street and 19 Hughes Street got hit.
Sometimes the water is still on and it causes thousands of dollars of damage.
Please.. If you see anything suspicious call 911 !

1 comment:

  1. Hopefully the Mayor and the Police Chief in W-B read the Wrights Township Police Chief's message. When there is communication, and cooperation between law enforcement the citizens and the media, the Police can be more proactive, rather than merely "looking into it, investigating,or merely working on it". Way to go Wright Township Police. And congratulations.