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City of Allentown, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:647
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:10
Forcible Rape:61
Aggravated Assault:237
Property Crime:4,575
Larceny Theft:3,041
Motor Vehicle Theft:433
City of Allentown, Census Data
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Total population of residents118,032
White resident population recorded69,061
Black or African American resident population recorded14,812
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded893
Asian resident population recorded2,542
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded55
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded50,461
Resident population of some other race recorded24,756
Resident population of two or more races recorded5,913
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Endangered Runaway: MAYRA PACHECO (PA)
MAYRA PACHECO, Age Now: 15, Missing: 09/30/2013. Missing From ALLENTOWN, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Allentown Police Department (Pennsylvania) 1-610-437-7751.
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NonFamily Abduction: LOUIS MACKERLEY (PA)
LOUIS MACKERLEY, Age Now: 36, Missing: 06/07/1984. Missing From ALLENTOWN, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Allentown Department of Public Safety (Pennsylvania) - Missing Persons Unit 1-610-437-7721.
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Endangered Runaway: COURTNEY ROSS (PA)
COURTNEY ROSS, Age Now: 17, Missing: 04/21/2012. Missing From ALLENTOWN, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Philadelphia Police Department (Pennsylvania) 1-215-685-3258.
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Reputed Mexican drug cartel member accused of distributing cocaine and meth in the Lehigh Valley en
HARRISBURGĀ - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that a Lehigh Valley man entered an open guilty plea following allegations that he sold large quantities of cocaine and crystal methamphetamine throughout Allentown and the Lehigh Valley.
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Domestic Relations Warrant: JOHNSON, SCOTT
Case number: 385112495, SCOTT JOHNSON , Arrears: $2301.38, Address: 1070 ALLENTOWN ROAD LANSDALE PA 19446, Issue date: 20140328
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Active Warrant: ELLEBRY, KAREEM J
Case number: 0519109, KAREEM J ELLEBRY, Address: 318 N 7TH ST ALLENTOWN PA 18102, Issue date: 20140321
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Case number: 0206713, NAIJWAUN FORTENBERRY, Address: 702 NORTH 8TH ST ALLENTOWN PA 18102, Issue date: 20140314
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Allentown mother allegedly fractured 3-month-old daughter's arm
Police said a pediatrician discovered a traverse fracture on the baby's left arm on Jan. 24 as well as older, healing fractures. An Allentown woman is accused of abusing her 3-month-old daughter, leading to numerous fractures of the baby's arms and legs, police said. Crystal Quinones, of the 1300 block of East Marks Street, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. She was arraigned today before District Judge Rashid Santiago and released on $75,000 bail. Police said a pediatrician discovered a traverse fracture on the baby's left arm on Jan. 24 as well as older, healing fractures in the same arm and in the left and right tibia. Records showed the infant, known as N.C. in court records, was never brought in for treatment of the prior injuries. The 24-year-old Quinones told police that on the night of Jan. 23 she accidentally kicked a small plastic fan, which fell on the baby as she was sleeping in a playpen, records say. Quinones said the baby cried and then fell back asleep, records say. On the morning of Jan. 24, Quinones said she woke up late and was rushing to get the kids ready when she admitted being rough with the infant and yanking her left arm out of her pajamas, records say. Quinones said she heard a cracking noise and the infant began to cry, records say. Quinones took the baby to day care and told them the child's arm was sore and if it got worse to call her at work and she would take the baby to the doctor, records say. A short time later the day care called Quinones, records say, and workers told her the baby's arm was completely limp and she appeared to be in pain. Quinones took the baby to the pediatrician, where the injuries were discovered, records say.
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Woman accused of setting Allentown house fire in anger at husband headed to court
Gaudy Santos, her husband and her four children lived in the home, which was owned by Santos' mother, court records say. A Whitehall Township woman who allegedly set fire to half of an Allentown twin home because she was upset with her husband now faces trial. Gaudy Santos, of the 1200 block of Echo Drive, gave up her right to a preliminary hearing this afternoon on two counts of arson as well as reckless burning, criminal mischief and reckless endangerment. Santos is free on $30,000 bail. The Allentown Fire Department was called to 1906 17th St. a little after noon Dec. 11 after neighbors saw smoke coming from the home, according to court records. Santos, her husband and her four children lived in the home, which was owned by Santos' mother, records say. No one was in the home at the time, but the other half of the building had to be evacuated. Santos' half of the house sustained substantial fire and smoke damage. If the fire had gone unchecked for 10 to 15 minutes longer, the other half of the building would have caught fire, records say. Fire officials said the blaze started in two places -- the living room and Santos' upstairs bedroom, where officials found perfume bottles and an empty brandy bottle on the bed. Fire Marshal Ian Lenig and an independent fire investigator determined alcohol and/or perfume was used and the fire was intentionally set, records say. In an interview with detectives from the Lehigh County Insurance Fraud Task Force, Santos admitted starting the fire with alcohol and perfume and that she left the house without telling anyone. 'She further stated that she set the fire because she was upset at her husband,' records say. Follow @SarahCassi !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src='//';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs');
April 17 2014 - Source:

Lehigh County man accused of fatally beating wife rejects plea deal of 4 years in prison
James Albright is accused of dragging his wife to the basement of their Lowhill Township home, tying her up and kicking and choking her. A Lehigh County man accused of fatally beating his wife to death a year ago during an argument in which he told police he 'lost it' has rejected a plea deal that would have seen him receive a minimum sentence of four years in prison. James Albright, in court today with a shaved head and a long bushy white beard, confirmed before Judge James Anthony he was rejecting the offer that he plead guilty to third-degree murder for the killing of Carol Albright in exchange for a minimum sentence of four years in prison. First Assistant District Attorney Steve Luksa said that under the terms of the offer, the maximum sentence would have been left up to the judge. The homicide trial is now scheduled for Aug. 11. Albright, of the 7100 block of Herber Street in Lowhill Township, remains in county prison without bail. Defense attorney James Heidecker said from the beginning his client has professed his innocence and he's ready for a trial. 'That's what we're going to do -- let a jury decide,' Heidecker said. Carol Albright was alive when she was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital in Salisbury Township after the April 10, 2013, attack, but succumbed to her injuries early the following morning. Hospital doctors told Pennsylvania State Police at Bethlehem that she suffered blunt force injuries to her abdomen and back during the attack that caused internal bleeding and led to her death early the next morning, records say. James Albright told police his wife told him to go to hell during an argument at the couple's Lowhill Township home and he snapped, eventually tying up his wife and kicking and choking her, court records say. 'I lost it. End of story,' he said of the attack that resulted in Carol Albright's death at his hands, according to authorities.Court records said Carol told police she was asleep on the couch when the attack began; James told police the couple started arguing after earlier in the day Carol refused to go to a rehabilitative center in Allentown, records say. James told police when he tried a second time to rouse his wife, she cursed at him. Police said he grabbed Carol's arm, dragged her to the home's basement and used zip ties to bind her to a support beam.James choked and kicked his wife, but at one point she was able to call 911, records say. Carol told police her husband had kicked her -- once in the abdomen and twice in the back --and complained of severe pain before being taken by ambulance to he hospital, records say. Follow @SarahCassi !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src='//';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs');
April 17 2014 - Source:

Prostitutes from Maryland worked out of downtown Allentown hotel, police say
The 22-year-old woman who met with an undercover detective says she was brought to Allentown by Dyrante Young and Destiny Boccone to prostitute herself, records say. View full sizeAllentown police say a trio from Maryland was running a prostitution business out of the Holiday Inn in downtown Allentown.Express-Times Photo | COLIN MCEVOY A trio from Maryland was running a prostitution business out of the Holiday Inn in downtown Allentown, city police report. Police responded to an ad on that featured photos of a nearly nude woman offering a 'sexual experience' for money, according to court records.A detective arranged to meet the woman, later identified as 22-year-old Carissa Shelton, on the fourth floor of the Holiday Inn, 904 Hamilton St. When the detective arrived Tuesday night at the hotel, he saw a man later identified as Dyrante Young walking out of an elevator, records say. The detective met Shelton on the fourth floor and she took him to a room where she offered sex and sexual acts for $200, records say. The detective handed Shelton $200 and she had taken off her clothes when police came into the hotel room and arrested her, records say. Eventually Young and Destiny Boccone, 20, came to the room and were also arrested, records say. Shelton told police Young and Boccone drove her up to Allentown and any money she received for prostituting herself was given to them, records state. Boccone told police she and Young posted photos on and that Boccone and Shelton were prostituting themselves, records state. Photos of Boccone and Shelton were found on Young's cellphone and Young paid for the hotel room and rented it in his name, records state. Young, of Frederick, Md., and Boccone, of Boonsboro, Md., are charged with promoting prostitution and Shelton, of Capitol Heights, Md., is charged with prostitution. Young and Boccone were sent to Lehigh County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail and Shelton was sent to the prison in lieu of $5,000 bail. Follow @SarahCassi !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src='//';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs');
April 17 2014 - Source:

Allentown man sent to prison for enforcing 'thug law' in Bushkill Township attack
Senior Judge Leonard Zito told Michael Lopez to look in the mirror to find who to blame for a vicious attack that left a teenager deaf in one ear. A 21-year-old Allentown man was sentenced this morning to Pennsylvania state prison for his role in a brutal attack on a teenager outside an out-of-control party in Bushkill Township. A tearful Michael Lopez apologized to the parents of Cory Parenti, the man Lopez and his friends attacked outside a home in the 200 block of East Mountain Road. Parenti's parents said the assault permanently robbed him of his hearing in his left ear and broke his nose, cheek bones and eye socket. A metal plate had to be inserted into Parenti's skull, his parents said. 'It isn't right what I did,' Lopez said. 'I want to say I'm sorry. From the bottom of my heart, I'm sorry.' Senior Judge Leonard Zito sentenced Lopez to five years and five months to 10 years and 10 months for one count of aggravated assault. Lopez admitted he and a group of friends ambushed Parenti outside the home in July 2012 after John Antigua, a friend, was attacked by Stephen Fry, the host of the party. Parenti was not involved in the earlier fight, authorities said. Investigators originally believed Lopez used a bat in the assault but Lopez denied it. Instead, the trained boxer admitted he continued to punch Parenti after another man hit him with the bat. Lopez, who has been a Latin King since middle school, said he was carrying brass knuckles but did not use them in the fight. Lopez said he felt betrayed by the people he considered friends through the fallout of the fight. The people who called him to the house used his brash nature to do their dirty work, he said, and he is the one who now must handle the consequences. 'They used me for a shield. That's not the life to live,' Lopez said. Defense attorney Eric Dowdle said Lopez cooperated with the police investigation and even rode around in Allentown looking for the man who used the bat. Lopez said he did not know the man's actual name or where he lived, and could only identify him by sight. By comparison, other teens involved in the fight who were not carrying weapons only received probation, Dowdle pointed out. Terry Parenti, the victim's father, scoffed at Lopez's apologies. While Lopez may now wish he never went to the house, he did, and the fallout was devastating, Terry Parenti said. Cory Parenti spent five days in a trauma unit and he needed therapy to regain his balance because of the injuries to his ear, he said. 'I just hope the court gives him the most time that can be allowed by law because he deserves it,' he said. Zito acknowledged this was Lopez's first run-in with the law but said the severity of the attack demanded harsh punishment. 'The bottom line on all this is you and your friends took matters into your own hands. This was really thug law,' he said. 'You have to look in the mirror here. You are the one who did this.' During the hearing, Lopez's father, Raymond Lopez, insisted his son was not the one who hurt Parenti so badly. Michael Lopez, he said, is only 110 pounds and is not physically capable of causing that type of injury. 'I know my son is doing time for something he didn't do,' Raymond Lopez said. After the hearing, Raymond Lopez walked out of the courtroom in disgust as Dowdle defended his work. Michael Lopez originally faced attempted homicide charges before reaching a plea deal in March. 'But he did do it. He admitted to it,' Dowdle said to the elder Lopez, who stormed off.
April 17 2014 - Source:

Allentown man gets up to 50 years in prison for second Emmaus bank robbery
Edward Maye robbed a Lafayette Ambassador bank in Emmaus on Dec. 3, 2010, and 27 days later robbed the KNBT in Emmaus. An Allentown man already serving time in a Pennsylvania state prison for one Emmaus bank robbery was sentenced today for a second borough holdup.Edward Anthony Maye was sentenced today to 22 years and six months to 50 years in state prison for the Dec. 3, 2010, armed robbery of the Lafayette Ambassador Bank at 402 State Ave.Three tellers and two patrons were inside the bank when the holdup occurred, authorities say. Maye pleaded guilty to the Dec. 30, 2010, gunpoint robbery of the KNBT at 235 Main St. For that robbery he was sentenced to 22 years and six month to 45 years in prison. Lehigh County Judge James Anthony made today's sentence for the Lafayette robbery concurrent to the KNBT sentence, meaning they will both run at the same time.In the KNBT crime police said Maye, Isaah Sampson and Hishamu T. Curry took $12,000 cash and pistol-whipped the bank's assistant manager. Sampson fired shots at a police officer as the trio fled. Sampson and Curry are serving state prison sentences of 33 to 70 years and 30 to 60 years, respectively. Follow @SarahCassi !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);;js.src='//';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs');
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