Friday, March 29, 2013
Bethlehem man charged with forgery, theft by deception and receiving stolen property from business near Palmer Township border.
A limousine driver is accused of taking advantage of his boss for about $850 while the boss, whose business is on the Palmer Township border with Bethlehem Township, traveled for two weeks out of the country in September. Court records say the driver, Anthony Alexander, 26, of Bethlehem cashed without authorization one of seven checks the boss had entrusted with Alexander while the suspect drove the boss to JFK International Airport in New York. Alexander is accused of making the check payable to himself and filling in the amount -- $360. Police later learned Alexander had a man he knows cash the check. The man, who also knows Alexander’s mother, told police he had no idea the check was “stolen.” The boss, Thomas Pfeiffer, owner of Valley …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Danielle K. Savoia, 27, allegedly submitted a presciption for 180 oxycodone pills on Nov. 15; she was arrested Jan. 27 during a traffic stop in Brodheadsville.
A Monroe County woman is in Northampton County Prison after she allegedly tried to use a forged presciption to obtain oxycodone pills from the Wal-Mart in Lower Nazareth Township, according to Colonial Regional Police. Danielle K. Savoia, 27, of Effort, allegedly submitted a prescription for 180 oxycodone pills on Nov. 15. However, the presciption she submitted was issued to another person for a different medication, according to police. The prescription came from a physician in Randolph, N.J. Wal-Mart pharmacists had previously received a fraudulent prescription from this doctor's office, which made them wonder if the prescription Savoia submitted was forged. The physician confirmed the pharmacists' suspicions. A warrant was issued for …
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Eian McMillan, of the Bronx, ran from the Wal-Mart in Lower Nazareth Township after a prescription he submitted was found to be forged.
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- Daryl Nerl
Thursday, January 26, 2012
A New York man accused of forging a prescription for oxycodone and trying to get it filled at the Wal-Mart in Lower Nazareth Township tried but failed to run away from the police officer who arrested him on Tuesday, according to court records. Eian McMillan, 27, of the Bronx, was charged with acquisition of a controlled substance by forgery – a first-degree felony, forgery and resisting arrest. He was committed to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $100,000 bail following his arraignment before District Judge Roy Manwaring in Bethlehem. According to court records: McMillan dropped off a prescription – ostensibly written by a New York doctor – for 240 oxycodone pills at 4 p.m. Tuesday. But when the pharmacist checked with the doctor’s …