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City of Erie, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:431
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:6
Forcible Rape:77
Robbery:150
Aggravated Assault:198
Property Crime:3,738
Burglary:1,233
Larceny Theft:2,404
Motor Vehicle Theft:101
Arson:32
City of Erie, Census Data
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Total population of residents101,786
White resident population recorded76,327
Black or African American resident population recorded17,141
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded291
Asian resident population recorded1,515
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded53
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded7,005
Resident population of some other race recorded2,498
Resident population of two or more races recorded3,961
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Endangered Runaway: COURTNEY PITTS (PA)
COURTNEY PITTS, Age Now: 17, Missing: 06/20/2013. Missing From ERIE, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Pennsylvania State Police Department (Pennsylvania) 1-814-898-1641.
August 08 2013 - Source: http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&LanguageCountry=en_US&searchLang=en_US&caseLang=en_US&orgPrefix=NCMC&caseNum=1218146&seqNum=1

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BRYAN FISHER, Age Now: 47, Missing: 02/21/1983. Missing From ERIE, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Erie Police Department (Pennsylvania) 1-814-870-1120.
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LeBron, Heat take 2-0 series lead
MIAMI 8212 LeBron James scored 32 points and added eight assists, Chris Bosh scored 20 points and the Miami Heat held on to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 101-97 on Wednesday night to take a 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference first-round series.
Happening April 23 2014 - Source: http://timesleader.com/news/basketball/1348717/LeBron-Heat-take-2-0-series-lead&source=RSS

1:14-cv-00026 MANUS v. MILLCREEK TOWNSHIP, ERIE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA et al
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2:14-cv-00480 TONY ANGELO AERIE &#035;01188, FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES v. AIX, INC.
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The T.L. Express
Lehigh Valley now has two wins through three games of the four-game series, taking Sunday afternoon's contest 9-4 by scoring multiple runs in the fourth, fifth and seventh innings en route to the victory.
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Identity Thieves Charged in $10M Tax Fraud Scheme
Five defendants from around the country have been indicted by a federal grand jury in Erie, Pa., on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in a scheme in which the Internal Revenue Service paid out approximately $10 million in tax refunds.
April 24 2014 - Source: http://www.accountingtoday.com/news/identity-thieves-charged-in-10m-tax-fraud-scheme-70397-1.html?CMP=OTC-RSS

In Brief: Man jailed in August assault in Erie
An Erie man wanted since August on charges of assaulting a woman and holding her against her will was brought back to Erie for arraignment after his apprehension in New York City.
April 23 2014 - Source: http://www.goerie.com/article/20140424/NEWS06/304249906/In-Brief:-Man-jailed-in-August-assault-in-Erie

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 backpage.com 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 backpage.com 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.id=id;js.src='//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs');
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/allentown/index.ssf/2014/04/trio_ran_prostitution_business.html

Liberty High School lockdown: Superintendent looks back, looks ahead and ponders lessons learned
Is it a good thing that students were using their cellphones to communicate from inside the lockdown? Yes and no, Joseph Roy explains. Watch video It was time to decompress this morning at Liberty High School, a day after an hourslong lockdown prompted by a hoax 911 report of armed men in the Bethlehem school, Superintendent Joseph Roy said. Principal Harrison Bailey III met with staff and then teachers held 'restorative circles' during their first-period classes to get a sense of 'how everybody's doing,' Roy said. Students need to process what happened Wednesday, and if they were struggling today, they could go to one of four student services centers manned by guidance counselors and an assistant principal, Roy said. Teachers, as well, could call the office for a replacement and leave the classroom to speak to a psychologist on site, Roy said. Teachers were reminded about the employee assistance program and phone numbers to call if they wanted to seek help in a more private setting, he said. Bethlehem police did not return calls for comment about their investigation into the 911 call that drew swarms of police and filled the streets around the school with concerned relatives. Police said the FBI would likely get involved because it is a federal offense to use a cellphone for a crime; the agency did not immediately confirm its involvement. Security enhanced today All building principals in the district received an email Wednesday night reminding them to have an 'enhanced awareness' today about school security and to be on the lookout for students or staff who might seem 'emotionally stressed.' There was an extra police presence this morning outside Liberty, but Roy said students seemed relieved to be together again because of Wednesday's shared experience, where most sat for hours in darkened classrooms. 'I walked halls this morning and poked my head in some classrooms,' Roy said. 'It's almost that most spirits are up a little bit this morning -- a sense of relief. Often people want to go back, they want to see the people that went through it with them.' There were only two minor health problems during and after the lockdown, a low number even on a normal day, considering there are nearly 3,000 students at the school, Roy said. 'We're knocking on wood that everything goes well today,' Roy said today. 'And we have an off-day tomorrow.' A planned security drill for today has been canceled, Roy said, adding, 'That would not be helpful today.' Good and bad of texting One outlet the students had while on lockdown was access to the outside world through cellphones, and Roy said he hopes in the coming days to discuss that sort of communication as he has follow-up meetings with police. While school officials wouldn't want students talking on their phones, texting allowed them to connect with their parents, adding relief on both sides, he said. But there was a down side, he said, because it allowed false information to flow beyond classroom walls. On social media, there was a bit of humor as Liberty faced a day in class today instead of the first day of a long Easter weekend, because of having taken too many snow days. View full sizeBethlehem Area School District Superintendent Joseph Roy says there were lessons learned during Wednesday's lockdown at Liberty High School.Express-Times File Photo 'I received some funny tweets from kids,' Roy said. They were saying 'because they had to stay longer (on Wednesday), that should be snow-makeup day.' And they were tweeting this 'during the lockdown,' Roy said.Safety going forward As for future safety at the school, Roy said adding metal detectors would create a 'false sense of security' because why would a person with a gun go through the detectors? Liberty has 30 or more doors, any of which could be opened from the inside to let someone in, he said. The high school has a resource officer from the Bethlehem Police Department and will have a second next year, Roy said. There are many cameras in the school, he added. What helps most is when people employ the slogan of the New York City subway: 'See something, say something.' People should always be on the lookout for things that seem out of place, Roy said. Parents walking their children to elementary school earlier this year noticed a man they didn't recognize outside the school two days in a row, Roy recalled. The parents alerted authorities. The man was a private detective, but Roy used it as an example of how alert parents can help keep their children safer. Liberty's safety team, led by Bailey, was debriefed after the students finally went home, and has a few tweaks for the school's plan, Roy said. But overall, things went well, with Bailey being taken from the back of the high school, where he was checking to make sure all the doors were locked, and whisked away by police car to the command center on Maple Street. Roy stayed at the administration building and was in constant contact with the command center and Bethlehem police Chief Mark DiLuzio. Any public statements were drafted by Roy and sent to DiLuzio before they were released, Roy said, providing a consistency in official information getting to the public. A 'smooth' operation Bus runs were altered so when Liberty finally ended the lockdown, all the other district students had been taken home and the buses were able to efficiently line up and take the Liberty students away, Roy said. Police told Roy the entire operation went smoothly, he said, which was encouraging to the superintendent on a day that was very stressful on many levels throughout the district. 'I just think these things are personal,' Roy said, listing several staff members at the district office who have children at Liberty. 'Everybody working here had a personal stake in it. In this district, there are so many connections. They were professional, but it was personally stressful.'
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/bethlehem/index.ssf/2014/04/liberty_high_school_lockdown_s.html

Judge hands down 116-year sentence for Warren and other robberies
DETROIT, Mich. - A man convicted of robbing a Warren business may spend the rest of his life in prison for that crime, and others as well. A federal judge in Michigan sentenced 29-year-old Timothy Carpenter More >>
April 17 2014 - Source: http://www.wfmj.com/story/25275685/judge-issues-116-year-sentence-for-warren-and-other-robberies

New grand jury will continue work of investigating unsolved crimes, Northampton County DA says
Morganelli said the new grand jury will look into the 1994 murder of Bobby Freeman, the 1979 death of Holly Branagan and allegations of witness intimidation out of the Easton Area School District. Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said he will convene a new grand jury to investigate unsolved crimes as he released a report detailing the previous grand jury's work for the past two years.The new grand jury will begin April 24 under Judge Michael Koury, Morganelli said. It will pick up some of the incomplete investigations from the 2012 grand jury, which ended March 27, he said.That grand jury heard evidence on 25 cases, according to court documents, including cases of murder, embezzlement and robberies. Five other cases were submitted for review by the grand jury but saw no evidence presented, according to the grand jury.Morganelli said the grand juries are productive tools that can compel testimony, providing law enforcement officers an opportunity to crack difficult cases. The grand juries he empaneled in 1999 and 2010 focused almost entirely on cold case homicides, he said. At one point, the county had 13 open homicide investigations, he said, but that number is down to four or five.Instead, the grand jury has branched out to aid in other investigations, including thefts, threats and suspicious behavior. The result was a record number of cases being reviewed, Morganelli said.'This, by far, was the most work done by grand juries that I have empaneled as district attorney,' Morganelli said.The grand jury's work allowed prosecutors to move forward with charges in multiple cases, Morganelli said, including:The murder of Miguel Aponte at the Easton Cafe in 2009. Franklin Barndt, an Easton man already in state prison, is awaiting trial on accusations of conspiring to kill Aponte.The embezzlement of more than $210,000 from the Bangor law firm of Martino, Karasek and Martino. Former Northampton County Council solicitor Anthony Martino is serving a state prison sentence after pleading guilty in April 2013.The theft of more than $1 million from philanthropist Marlene 'Linny' Fowler. Shawnta and Hassan Carmon pleaded guilty to the theft, admitting they deceived the heiress into giving them the money, which they frittered away on gambling and clothing.The next grand jury will continue some investigations advanced in the past two years but are not yet completed, Morganelli said. He is particularly hopeful his office can reach a conclusion in the 1992 murder of Bobby Freeman, the 1999 homicide of Estol Nieves and the 2012 shooting death of Ervin Holton. 'These are a number of cases, at least off the top, are cases we are optimistic on,' Morganelli said.In addition, Morganelli said, the next grand jury will also look into other high-profile cases. The 1979 murder of Holly Branagan is still a priority, Morganelli said. The grand jury will also investigate whether Easton Area School District officials intimidated witnesses or tampered with evidence in the case of Thomas Drago. Drago entered a first-time offenders program rather than contest allegations he photographed employees' breasts without their permission.Court documents also note the 2012 grand jury never heard evidence on some cases originally scheduled for review.Authorities claimed in 2012 Cletus Onyegbule, a former priest at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bethlehem Township, groomed a 17-year-old girl for sexual favors when she became an adult. Before the matter went to the grand jury, investigators determined the contact between Onyegbule and the teen was not criminal.'An evaluation was made that this was not a prosecutable case,' Morganelli said.The report also noted a case of public corruption in Northampton County that never reached jurors. Morganelli declined to comment on the allegations or where the alleged corruption occurred, saying only that investigators opted not to proceed with the matter.
April 16 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/northampton-county/index.ssf/2014/04/new_grand_jury_will_continue_t.html

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