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Violent Crime:85
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:9
Robbery:38
Aggravated Assault:38
Property Crime:576
Burglary:214
Larceny Theft:335
Motor Vehicle Theft:27
Arson:4
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Total population of residents14,038
White resident population recorded11,285
Black or African American resident population recorded2,045
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded35
Asian resident population recorded76
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded3
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded252
Resident population of some other race recorded69
Resident population of two or more races recorded525
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12-20079- Paul G. Moyer and Sharon A. Moyer
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Winnecour, Ronda J. [Notice of Mortgage Payment Change] (<a href='https://ecf.pawb.uscourts.gov/doc1/156019012636?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=267&caseid=303035'>88</a>)
Happening April 10 2014 - Source: https://ecf.pawb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?303035

09-10606- Sharon Ann Taylor
Type: bk Office: 1 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Winnecour, Ronda J. [Reply] (<a href='https://ecf.pawb.uscourts.gov/doc1/156019011800?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=171&caseid=265927'>58</a>)
Happening April 10 2014 - Source: https://ecf.pawb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?265927

2:14-cv-00439 THOMAS v. SHARON REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM et al
[Proceed In Forma Pauperis] (<a href="https://ecf.pawd.uscourts.gov/doc1/15704209457?caseid=215876&de_seq_num=8" >1</a>)
Happening April 07 2014 - Source: https://ecf.pawd.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?215876

14-12611-ref Sharon R. Dressor
Type: bk Office: 4 Chapter: 7 Trustee: EISENBERG, DAVID ALAN [BNC Certificate of Mailing - Meeting of Creditors] (<a href='https://ecf.paeb.uscourts.gov/doc1/152021533324?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=29&caseid=440731'>9</a>)
Happening April 06 2014 - Source: https://ecf.paeb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?440731

14-12587-bif Sharon C. Aungpe
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 13 Trustee: MILLER, WILLIAM C. [BNC Certificate of Mailing - Voluntary Petition] (<a href='https://ecf.paeb.uscourts.gov/doc1/152021532136?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=30&caseid=440706'>8</a>)
Happening April 06 2014 - Source: https://ecf.paeb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?440706

14-20992- Sharon M Istenes
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Cardiello, Natalie Lutz [Fixing Deadline to Deny a Motion] 7
Happening April 01 2014 - Source: https://ecf.pawb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?322748

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Allentown businessman shot in neck in killing, prosecution will 'likely' seek death penalty, distri
Eric Ervin was trying to sell his BMW on Craigslist, prosecutors said today. Ervin was found early Wednesday morning, shot in the neck. View full sizeTyrell YoungCourtesy photo  Eric Ervin was just trying to sell his BMW on Craigslist. Police said Ervin exchanged calls and text messages with Tyrell Young about meeting to look over the 2003 BMW series 745 LI, which Ervin had listed on the online site for $18,000. The two met at Ervin's business, Aces High Auto Detailing, in the 600 block of Nelson Street in Allentown, on Tuesday evening and Young even went on a test drive, Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin said today. But at 1 a.m. Wednesday Ervin's girlfriend had not heard from him and called police to file a missing person's report. Police went to Aces High where they found Ervin's body in a car trailer on the property, Martin said. Ervin was shot in the neck and a shell casing was found at the scene, Martin said. No one reported hearing gun shots. Martin said prosecutors don't know the exact time Ervin was killed, but estimated it was between 6:45 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. based on Ervin's cellphone records. Car found in Reading After Ervin's body was discovered, police put out an alert for the BMW.At the same time, officers began gathering cell phone records and found the phone of the man who was communicating with Ervin, later identified as Young, was in the 100 block of South Fourth Street in Reading, according to court records.Reading officers found the car, with Young driving it, at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday on South Fourth Street, Martin said. An officer standing outside the car saw a handgun inside. The FN Herstal 5.7 caliber gun was reported stolen from Cumru Township on Jan. 13, police learned. The casing found where Ervin's body was discovered matches the ammunition in the gun, Martin said. Young has a felony conviction related to a carjacking in Northampton County and cannot legally possess a firearm, Martin said.The 27-year-old Young admitted shooting Ervin with the gun, court records say. Young, of Reading, was initially held in Berks County on charges related to the stolen car and stolen gun. He was brought to Lehigh County this afternoon and arraigned before District Judge Michael D'Amore on charges including homicide for Ervin's death.Young is now in Lehigh County Prison without bail. Because the killing was done during the commission of a felony -- stealing the car -- Martin was asked if he will seek the death penalty. Martin said it's too early to tell but 'it's likely.' Finding a safe place to sell Prosecutors today commended the teamwork between Allentown and Reading police, which led to a speedy arrest in the case. 'That is truly fine police work,' Martin said. Fitzgerald took the opportunity to remind residents to use well-lighted, public locations, including police stations, when selling items online. The police chief said some jurisdictions have set up 'safe zones' where online transactions can take place. 'You never know who is on the other side of the keyboard,' Fitzgerald said. In this case, the other person was a convicted carjacker. In 2005, Young, who was 19 at the time, was sentenced to six years and nine months to 16 years and six months in a Pennsylvania state prison for a carjacking in Northampton County. Records say Young went to Faulkner Chevrolet-Cadillac in Hanover Township and took a ride in a $62,000 Cadillac Escalade with Sharon Cafiso-Solomon, who had to drive because he had no driver's license. While the two were traveling along Stoke Park Road in Hanover Township, Young pulled out a knife and told Cafiso-Solomon to pull over in a supermarket parking lot. Young drove away but was later captured by police on Route 33 after fleeing at speeds exceeding 100 mph, records say.When reached by phone today, Solomon declined to talk about the case.
April 10 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/allentown/index.ssf/2014/04/da_says_man_shot_in_the_neck_i.html

Homicide charge filed in Allentown businessman's shooting death, Lehigh County district attorney sa
Eric Ervin was pronounced dead at Aces High Auto Detailing, his business in the 600 block of Nelson Street, Tyrell Young is accused of killing Eric Ervin in Allentown.Courtesy photo  Prosecutors said they have caught the man they believe is responsible for the shooting death of a man at his Allentown auto detailing shop. Tyrell Young is the 'person of interest' arrested in Reading on Wednesday, it was announced during a news conference today in the Lehigh County District Attorney's Office. Eric Ervin, of the 400 block of South Main Street in Coopersburg, was pronounced dead at Aces High Auto Detailing, his business in the 600 block of Nelson Street, according to the Lehigh County Coroner's Office and Allentown police. The corner's office said Ervin died of a gunshot wound to the body and ruled his death a homicide. After Ervin's body was discovered, police put out an alert for a silver BMW. Martin said authorities were notified when Ervin's girlfriend reported him missing at 1 a.m. Wednesday. He has been charged with homicide in the killing. Martin said the victim's body was found in a trailer at his business and a shell casing was recovered at the scene. Young was charged in Berks County with receiving stolen property and two firearms offenses. He was sent to prison in lieu of $250,000 bail on those charges. In 2005, Young was before Northampton County Judge Kimberly McFadden for the carjacking of a car saleswoman. Young, who was 19 at the time, was sentenced to six years and nine months to 16 years and six months in a Pennsylvania state prison for robbery and possession of an instrument of crime. Young's defense attorney at the time said Young's life went downhill in 1998 after his mother shot herself in front of him, leaving the 12-year-old the beneficiary of a $150,000 life insurance policy. After receiving the money, Young began using drugs, the attorney said. Records say Young went to Faulkner Chevrolet-Cadillac in Hanover Township and took a ride in a $62,000 Cadillac Escalade with Sharon Cafiso-Solomon, who had to drive because he had no driver's license. While the two were traveling along Stoke Park Road in Hanover Township, Young pulled out a knife and told Cafiso-Solomon to pull over in a supermarket parking lot. Young drove away but was later captured by police on Route 33 after fleeing at speeds exceeding 100 mph, records say.
April 10 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/allentown/index.ssf/2014/04/allentown_homicide_aces_high_e.html

Amanda Hein murder trial: 'I saw a baby,' pub employee tearfully testifies
An employee urged the manager to investigate a bag inside a toilet tank "because it was hidden for a reason," according to court testimony. Friends of Amanda Hein testified today that they had no idea the 27-year-old Allentown woman was pregnant, let alone that she had given birth to a son at Starters Pub and killed him in the ladies room.Although Hein was in obvious discomfort and was bleeding profusely Aug. 18, she repeatedly declined medical help and never told her friends what was wrong, her friends testified today during the second day of her murder trial.Instead, former employees of the now-closed Lower Saucon Township restaurant said they found the baby's body in a garbage bag stuffed into the bottom of a toilet tank. Luis Rivera, a childhood friend of Hein's, said he, Hein and his roommate, Scott McNabb, went to the restaurant that evening to watch WWE SummerSlam. Another friend, Scott Merring, met up with them there, Rivera said.Hein complained of back and stomach pain the previous day, and she was clearly suffering at the restaurant, Rivera said. Shortly after 8 p.m., she excused herself and went to the ladies room, he said. They didn't see or hear from her for another 40 minutes, he said.'Being the guys that we are, we were like, 'Did she fall in?'' Rivera testified.Police say Hein gave birth to a son in one of the bathroom stalls, put the newborn in a garbage bag and hid it in the water tank of the toilet. At no point did she notify anyone of what had happened or seek medical attention for herself or the baby, police said.Rivera and McNabb testified they became concerned about Hein's lengthy absence and sent her a text to check on her. She did not respond but returned about 8:50 p.m. to grab her purse and smoke a cigarette outside, they said. When she came back, she appeared tired and barely spoke, they said. They left an hour later when the pay-per-view wrestling match ended.'She looked like she had a distressed look on her face,' McNabb testified. 'She didn't say very much.'As they were leaving, McNabb and Rivera testified they noticed Hein's seat was covered in liquid, as if she had spilled a drink. Neither had seen her tip her glass over, and they asked her what she was sitting in, they said.''It's blood. We got to go,'' Rivera said, recounting Hein's answer.Rivera drove Hein and McNabb home but she was bleeding so much they pulled out a tarp for her to sit on, they said. They repeatedly offered to take her to an emergency room, but she said her insurance had lapsed and would make an appointment with her doctor the next day. McNabb testified he thought it was a menstrual problem, while Rivera said he thought it was the result of a past kidney issue Hein had. 'Did she tell you she had just delivered a baby in the bathroom?' District Attorney John Morganelli asked.'No,' Rivera answered.A few hours later, Hein texted Rivera to wish him a happy birthday. She apologized for the mess but made no reference to the baby she left behind, court records show.Employees find bloodAt the end of the night, waitresses found Hein's seat soaked in blood. Two employees had to remove the seat and clean it off outside with bleach as well as mop the floor, they said. They cleaned the blood up as best they could, they said, but authorities said they found traces of it the next morning.'The left side of the booth was covered in blood, as well as under the table. There was actually a trail of blood leading out the door,' said waitress Sarah England.Sharon Barfield, who worked in the kitchen, testified she found a bloody mess in one of the stalls but cleaned it up, figuring a patron had a menstrual cycle problem. Employee Fabian Juarez testified he discovered the toilet wasn't working the next day, and he found a bag in the toilet tank. He didn't touch the bag, he said, but he thought he made out the outline of a child.'Through the bag, you could see the head with the little black hairs and the hands and the feet,' Juarez said through an interpreter. Juarez waited for manager Tanya Bubori to arrive and told her a bag was in the toilet tank. She removed the bag and threw it in the garbage without looking at it, but Juarez told her she needed to learn what it contained, she testified.'He told me I needed to go see what was in the bag because it was hidden for a reason,' Bubori said.The tied shopping bag was filled with water and dripping, so she put it on a larger garbage bag and tore it open on a counter over a sink, she said.'I saw a baby,' she said, tears streaming down her face.Investigation beginsStarters officials called police and the investigation led to the bloody booth from the night before. Lower Saucon Township police officer James Connell said he contacted the man who placed the reservation for Hein's group, and Hein became the main suspect. He obtained a search warrant for her medical records, which showed she had learned of her pregnancy months earlier, he said.'As far as I know, there was no prenatal care,' he said.Connell said he interviewed Hein's friends and family but none of them were aware she was expecting. 'During the course of your investigation, did anyone come to you and say they knew she was pregnant?' Morganelli asked.'Nobody,' Connell replied.Defense attorney Michael Corriere said in his opening arguments Monday that not even Hein realized how far along the pregnancy was. The baby was severely underweight, which caused her not to show as much, and she experienced some bleeding in May, he said.Morganelli said he expects to rest his case Wednesday morning after calling one last witness. Hein has already pleaded guilty to murdering her child, but Morganelli is attempting to prove she did it intentionally, which would warrant a first-degree murder conviction. Corriere claims Hein should be convicted of third-degree murder because she thought the sick baby died shortly after birth.
April 09 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/bethlehem/index.ssf/2014/04/starters_pub_employees_found_a.html

Amanda Hein trial: Blood covers seat, bathroom and car on murder night, witnesses say
'We got to go,' Hein responded to her friends' questions, according to testimony. Friends of Amanda Hein and the staff at Starters Pub said they had no idea she had given birth in the restaurant's bathroom, but they were concerned by how much she was bleeding.In the second day of the 27-year-old's murder trial, Hein's childhood friend Luis Rivera said he had no idea the Allentown woman was pregnant. The two of them and Rivera's roommate Scott McNabb went to watch the WWE SummerSlam Aug. 18 at the Lower Saucon Township bar, where another friend, Scott Merring, met up with them, Rivera said.Hein complained of back and stomach pain the previous day, and she was in obvious discomfort at the restaurant, he said. Shortly after 8 p.m., she excused herself and went to the ladies room, Rivera said. They didn't see or hear from her for another 40 minutes, he said.'Being the guys that we are, we were like, 'Did she fall in?'' Rivera testified.Police say Hein gave birth to a son in one of the bathroom stalls. Instead of seeking medical attention or even telling someone what had happened, police say she put the newborn in a garbage bag and hid it in the water tank of the toilet. Neither Rivera, McNabb or Merring knew she was pregnant, they testified.Rivera and McNabb said they became concerned about Hein's lengthy absence and sent her a text to check on her. She did not respond but returned around 8:50 p.m. to grab her purse and smoke a cigarette outside, police said. When she came back, she appeared tired and barely spoke, they said. They left an hour later when the pay-per-view wrestling match ended.'She looked like she had a distressed look on her face,' McNabb testified. 'She didn't say very much.'View full sizeAmanda Hein faces a murder charge in Northampton County Court.Courtesy Photo As they were leaving, McNabb and Rivera testified they noticed Hein's seat was covered in liquid, as if she had spilled a drink. Neither had seen her tip her glass over, and they asked her what she was sitting in, they said.''It's blood. We got to go,'' Rivera said, recounting Hein's answer.Rivera drove Hein and McNabb home, but she was bleeding so much they pulled out a tarp for Hein to sit on, they said. They repeatedly offered to take her to an emergency room, but she said her insurance had lapsed and would make an appointment with her doctor the next day. McNabb testified he thought it was a menstrual problem, while Rivera said he thought it was the result of a past kidney issue Hein had. 'Did she tell you she had just delivered a baby in the bathroom?' District Attorney John Morganelli asked.'No,' Rivera answered.A few hours later, Hein texted Rivera to wish him a happy birthday. She apologized for the mess, but made no reference to the baby she left behind, court records show.During the event, kitchen employee Sharon Barfield testified she went to use the bathroom but found one of the toilets covered in blood. She wound up cleaning up the mess with toilet paper and flushed the paper down the toilet she said. The toilet wasn't working properly and it took three flushes for the mess to go down the drain, she said. She did not open the toilet tank, where police said another employee found the baby's body the next morning.'As soon as I walked in, blood. It stopped me right in my tracks. It was right there,' Barfield said.At the end of the night, waitresses found Hein's seat soaked in blood. Two employees had to remove the seat and clean it off outside with bleach as well as mop the floor, they said. They cleaned the blood up as best they could, they said, but authorities said they found traces of it the next morning.'The left side of the booth was covered in blood, as well as under the table. There was actually a trail of blood leading out the door,' said waitress Sarah England.Morganelli is scheduled to continue calling witnesses for the rest of the afternoon. He told the defense he plans on calling his last witness Wednesday morning.Hein has already pleaded guilty to murdering her newborn. The jury is tasked with determining if Hein acted intentionally, which constitutes first-degree murder, or only with extreme recklessness. Defense attorney Michael Corriere claimed Hein thought her sickly baby was already dead when she put him in the garbage bag and hid it in the toilet.
April 08 2014 - Source: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/bethlehem/index.ssf/2014/04/witnesses_testify_about_night.html

Third grader doing homework shot inside her Youngstown home
TOKYO (AP) - Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places.
April 02 2014 - Source: http://www.wfmj.com/story/25140243/third-grader-shot-inside-her-youngstown-home

Youngstown murder suspects held on $1-million bond
SHARON, Pa. - The Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County will host its fourth annual Empty Bowls Project on Tuesday. The event will take place at the James E. Winner, Jr. Arts and Culture Center in Sharon More >>
April 02 2014 - Source: http://www.wfmj.com/story/25139654/two-suspects-arrested-for-youngstown-murder

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