Articles about Men On Drug Charges

Two men arrested on drug charges

The Morning Call January 9, 2001

EASTON Easton police arrested two city men on drug charges in separate incidents early Saturday. In the first case, police said Jonathan M. after the shooting of a 15 year old girl on Milton Street. Police said Sandiford was stopped because he matched the description of the Milton Street shooting suspect. He was not involved in the shooting, however.

Police arrest three men on gun, drug charges

The Morning Call December 4, 2000

ALLENTOWN Three men were arrested in Allentown early Sunday after officers found guns, ammunition and drugs in a car in the 300 block of Court Street, police said. Police said they found a 9 mm semiautomatic Ruger and a .22 caliber revolver as well as suspected cocaine and marijuana and rounds of ammunition. The Ruger had been stolen in a robbery in Allentown, police said. Arrested were: Jose Aqiuno, 20, of 7411/2 N. Rodriguez, for whom police have no current address, was arraigned before District Justice Diane Repyneck, of Lower Saucon Township and committed to Northampton County Prison under $5,000 bail. Police arrested them after other officers saw them at E. Cedar and N.

The Morning Call January 13, 2000

Palmer Township police arrested two Easton men on drug charges early Wednesday after following the suspects’ car from the Days Inn parking lot near the 25th Street Shopping Center. Calvin J. Hewey, 21, of 716 Pearl St. and Thomas M. According to the affidavit in the case, police found a pound of marijuana in the car, driven by Savercool, along with two bags of cocaine.3 Men Arrested On Drug Charges After Traffic Stop Lower Saucon

The Morning Call March 6, 1999

Three Alle ntown men were arrested on drug charges after being stopped by Lower Saucon police for a traffic violation in the parking lot of Saucon Valley Square, off Route 378. Joel M. Walbert, 22, of 620 N. 12th St.; Wallace H. Nonnemacher, 18, of 938 Benton St.; and Joshaua T. Meitzler, 19, of 325 E. Lexington St., were arraigned before Dist rict Justice James Stocklas on charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver marijuana, possession.2 Bucks County Men Jailed On Drug Charges Coopersburg

Two Bucks County men were jailed on drug charges Thanksgiving Day, according to Coopersburg police. Dennis Fischler, 22, and Nathan Allison, 20, both of 1375 Reed Lane, Kintnersville, were arraigned before District Justice Thomas Murphy in Bethlehem and committed to Lehigh County Prison in lieu of $15,000 bail. Thursday, Coopersburg police said, Fischler was pulled over for driving erratically on Route 309. Fischler was charged with DUI. A subsequent search of Fischler’s car, police said, revealed drug paraphernalia and 1 1/2 pounds of marijuana.