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Police Blotter


September 19. 2013 11:43PM
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HAZLETON — City police reported the following:


• A burglary was reported on the 400 block of Wast Walnut Street on Wednesday. The victim told police several items were stolen from the home. Police ask anyone with information to call 570-459-4940.


WILKES-BARRE — City police reported the following:


• On Wednesday, the department’s anti-crime unit and the patrol division initiated a drug trafficking investigation at 32 Irving Place. Officers seized heroin and crack cocaine from the residence that were attributed to the defendant, Darrel Kendrick, 45, of 68 Clifford St., East Orange, N.J.


He was arraigned pending further court action. It was determined that Kendrick has multiple felony arrests related to drug trafficking. His bail was set at $20,000 on various drug-related charges.


• On Thursday, officers from the department’s tactical patrol unit conducted operations in and around Public Square to coincide with the weekly Farmers Market. During the day they:


Cited Tyrone J. Pearson, of Scranton, and Jeffrey Saintpreux, of Jersey City, N.J., with selling items without a permit. Both men were warned multiple times by officers earlier in the day to cease their actions, police said.


Cited Wayne West and Kevin D. Adams, both of Wilkes-Barre, with open container liquor violations in the area of the F.M. Kirby Center.


Arrested Darius Smith, of Wilkes-Barre, on an outstanding departmental warrant for open lewdness and transported to headquarters for arraignment.


Cited Kurt Swan, of Meadville, with dog law violations.


Cited Deborah Dohm, of Wilkes-Barre, with scattering rubbish.


In addition, police said they verbally warned numerous people for loitering and for smoking on the Public Square.


DALLAS — The Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement cited Metro Bar and Grill, 1174 Memorial Highway, Dallas, with having a loudspeaker emanating sound that could be heard beyond the licensee’s property line, a violation of the state’s liquor code. The charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who could impose penalties including fines or license suspension.


The incidents occurred July 13 and Aug. 10.




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