State police at Blooming Grove

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:58

    State police are seeking for the driver of a car which rear-ended a second car on Route 6 on the morning of October 4. Police say a car driven by Lilian Longendorfer of Milford was stopped at the intersection of Routes 6 and 402, waiting to turn onto 402, when a second car attempted to pass on the right and struck the rear end of Longendorfer’s car. The second car, a compact, possibly blue in color with PA plates containing the last three numbers, 719 or 919, did not stop. State police on October 6 charged Anthony Paul Glatz, 21, of Paupack, with fleeing and attempting to allude police, a second-degree misdemeanor and five related traffic charges, after Glatz allegedly fled from state police on a 1998 Suzuki motorcyle as an office attempted to stop him for a traffic violation. The chase lasted two miles, involving speeds of up to 80 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone and other traffic offenses. Police charged that Glatz motorcyle was unregistered and uninsured and that Glatz license was suspended. He was arraigned before District Judge Charles Lieberman and remaned to the Pike County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail. State police on October 7 charged Jessica Brabazon, 18, no address given, with endangering the welfare of a child, simple assault and reckless endangerment, after a six-month child, which the accused was babysitting at Rustic Acres in Lehman Township, from Oct. 5 to Oct 7, was found to have bruises to her face and neck. The child remains hospitalized with those injuries. Following arraignment before District Judge Stephen McBride, Brabazon was remanded to the Pike County Jail in lieu of $35,000 bail, pending a subsequent preliminary hearing.