State Police Release Lower Macungie Incidents

The following information was supplied by troopers at the barracks in Fogelsville. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

recently released the following police incidents that occurred in Lower Macungie Township:

Theft from motor vehicle: Reported July 3 in the 1100 block of Eagle Street; vehicle forcibly entered and in-dash stereo and bottle of cologne taken, police said; no value given.

Charged: Corey Steven Bachman, 20 of Macungie; June 30 with driving under the influence and violating the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act; stopped at Brookside Road and Hanover Drive for suspicion of drunken driving; during search, police said they found a metal grinder with marijuana residue in his underwear; DUI charges pending blood test results.

Criminal mischief: Reported June 30 by Alexis Lynn Brinker, 18, in the 6300 block of Mountain Road; unknown person wrote on vehicle hood and vehicle windows with removable marker, police said.

Theft: Reported June 29 by Heather Janson of Macungie; iPhone 4 taken from counter at 6465 Village Lane, police said; no value given.

Criminal mischief: Reported June 28 by Jessica Lynn Meade, 27, of 3693 Clauss Drive; rear of 2008 Chevrolet Malibu burned, damaging paint and car emblem, police said; no damage estimate given.

Burglary: Reported June 27 by James Robb, 77, of Whitehall Township; residence at 1190 Grange Road entered and copper wiring and air-conditioner taken between May 6 and June 27, police said; no value given.

Theft: Reported June 26 by Emmaus Aquatic Center, 2546 Millrace Road; two advertising signs attached to exterior of building; no value given; thief may have driven a white sport utility vehicle, police said; contact police at 610-395-1438 with information.

Criminal mischief: Reported June 12 by Mark Druzynski of 7107 Hillcrest Drive; garage door dented with unknown object between May 21 and June 12, police said; no value given.


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