Man ‘Hit the Gas’ When Light Turned Green, Rear-Ended Car in Front of Him, Police Say

Lower Saucon Township Police say a Hellertown man will be cited for careless driving and driving an unregistered vehicle after he allegedly rear-ended a BMW while exiting the Creekside Marketplace shopping center at the traffic light on Leithsville Road. In a news release issued Wednesday, police said Jonathan Remmey, of the 300 block of Cedar Road, was driving a black GMC when “he saw the light turn green (and) hit the gas,” allegedly colliding with the back of an SUV operated by a Springtown woman as they were in line to pull out of the center. Police said the accident happened Saturday at 5:05 p.m.

TV, Old Wood Illegally Dumped on Redington Road Property, Police Say

Lower Saucon Township Police are investigating the illegal dumping of a 27-inch TV, a pile of old wood and roof shingles on private property in the 2500 block of Redington Road. In a news release issued Monday, police said the TV and building materials were left a resident’s property near the railroad tracks sometime during the overnight hours between April 10-11. Anyone with information about the party responsible for the dumping is asked to contact township police at 610-317-6110.

Rolex, Cash Stolen from Home While Owners Slept, Police Say

Lower Saucon Township Police are investigating a burglary they say occurred while residents were asleep in their home on Glen View Drive. In a news release issued Saturday, police said the 37-year-old homeowner reported Friday morning “that someone had burglarized their house the night before as they slept upstairs.” Police said the burglary may have occurred around the time the family’s dog woke them up with barking, which was at 2 a.m. They did not check on the dog at the time, police added. Taken from the home were a Rolex watch, a computer and $600 in cash. Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to call township police at 610-759-2200.

Property Owner Cited for High Weeds/Grass, Police Say

Lower Saucon Township Police said Monday that the owner of a home in the 1700 block of Arden Lane was cited earlier this month for an alleged township ordinance violation related to property maintenance. In a news release, police said that after someone who was driving by the home complained, Robert Jenkinson was issued a warning “to mow and clean up” high weeds/grass on Sept. 12, but “failed to do so.” Police said Jenkinson had two months from the time of the warning to remedy the alleged violation.