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 …
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
While holding a knife against his roommate's left upper lip area, Christopher David Neve, of Stockertown, allegedly said, “I’m going to make your smile bigger.”
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Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Just 15 minutes after Christmas Day, a Stockertown man shot his female apartment mate four times in the legs with a pellet gun and at one point, as she sat on the toilet, cut her on the right knee with a steel hunting knife, according to court records. Before cutting the woman, the suspect, Christopher David Neve, pressed the knife, which is 10 to 12 inches long, against her left upper lip area and told her, “I’m going to make your smile bigger,” the records say. The records give the following account: At about 12:15 a.m. on Dec. 26, the woman let Neve, 23, into the apartment at 101-103 Main St., Apt. 4, because he didn’t have a key. She went back to the bedroom to go to sleep. He entered the bedroom and shot her twice in the right leg …
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Colonial Regional Police say that after a fire alarm went off, they uncovered a "working" meth lab inside the Hampton Inn on Easton-Nazareth Highway in Lower Nazareth Township.
A modern hotel with an automated fire alarm system probably isn't the most logical place to set up an illegal methamphetamine lab, but that's where Colonial Regional Police say Todd Laudenbach, 37, of Bushkill Township, and Denene Noel, 38, of Saylorsburg, decided to go in order to manufacture the illicit street drug commonly known as "meth." According to a public information release issued by the department Sunday, police, the Hecktown Fire Department and EMS were dispatched to the Hampton Inn at 3723 Easton-Nazareth Highway in Lower Nazareth Township at 10:49am Saturday, after an alarm went off in Room 222. Upon arrival at the room, police say officers found it to be "filled with white smoke that had a strong chemical smell." Laudenbach…