Second Man Charged in Upper Saucon Township Burglary

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An ongoing investigation has led to the arrest of a second man in connection with a burglary that occurred Oct. 4 at a popular Center Valley eatery, Diana’s Cafe.

Channel 69 News reported on WFMZ.com Monday that Brian K. Bleam Jr., 36, of Allentown, is now charged in the case, in which police say a window at the rear of the Rt. 309 restaurant was pried open and a safe containing approximately $675 was stolen.

Safe Theft Burglary

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Diana’s Cafe is a well-known restaurant located at 4907 Rt. 309 in Upper Saucon Township. The Knights Inn is located on the opposite side of Rt. 309. (FILE PHOTO)

Also charged in the case is Casey Rowedder, 23, of Cherry Street, Richlandtown, who authorities said previously was a guest at the nearby Knights Inn when he allegedly broke into and burglarized the Upper Saucon Township cafe.

According to court records Bleam is charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and criminal trespassing–all of which are second degree felonies–as well as misdemeanor theft and misdemeanor receiving stolen property.

Following a preliminary arraignment before District Judge Daniel Trexler Monday morning, Bleam was committed to Lehigh County Prison in lieu of $25,000 straight bail. A preliminary hearing in his case is scheduled to be held before Trexler on Nov. 13 at 1:45 p.m., according to court papers.

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