State Police at Blooming Grove

| 28 Sep 2011 | 03:01

    • State police are investigating an Oct. 12 incident in which an unknown white male, wearing a blue windbreaker and a white tee shirt attempted to break into the a 1995 Saturn, owned by Debra Holland, of Sunrise Lakes. Holland confronted the man, who fled. Police ask that anyone with information about the incident call Trooper Mark Pizzuti at 570-226-5718. • State police arrested Miguel Nesbeth, 19, of Milford, who facing Criminal Mischief charges related to damage at the home of Evelyn Campbell of Sunrise Lakes, where someone at 1:20 a.m., on Oct. 19 fired shots from a pellet gun at a French Door of the Campbell home and tried to push another exterior window inflicting some $1,300 damage to Campbell’s property. Nesbeth will appear before District Justice Alan Cooper in Shohola. • William Heberling, 48, of Greentown was arrested on a Harrassment charge on Oct. 24, which state police said stemmed from a 9 a.m argument on Saw Mill Road in Greene Township between Heberling and Christopher McClain, of Milford. Heberling allegedly grabbed McClain by the shirt and shook him. • State police are looking for the person who sometime during the overnight hours of Oct. 4-5 opened an unlocked truck door at the Dogwood Terrace, Gold Key Lake home of Romalia Chacha and stole a purse from the seat. • A 14 year-old Hemlock Farms youth was detained and placed in the Luzerne County Juvenile Dentention Facility following an Oct. 27 incident, in which he allegedly attacked his 31 year-old mother after she requested that he stop playing video games due to his poor performance at school. Police say he pushed and struck the woman several times, knocking her to the ground, where he began to choke her and tell her that he wanted to kill her. He also retrieved a 14” butcher knife from the family kitchen and repeated the death threat. The boy is charged with Simple Assault, Terroristic Threats and Harrassment. • A Branchville NJ woman was charged with filing a false report to state police following an Oct. 13 hearing in Pike County Court. Marianne Benson, 27, had charged that in August, James Halke, 40, of Milford violated an order of protection she had filed against him, by driving past a Shohola Falls residence where she was staying. However, in court, Benson, could not identify Halke as the driver of the car and later admitted to police that her original complaint was false. • State police characterized the efforts of burglars at a Marcel Lakes Estates home as “bumbling,” and “inept”. Someone broke into the Frederick Richards during the day on Oct. 25. The burglars took some $500 in cash, some jewelry, and a safe containing $1,500, but failed to notice a slip of paper under the safe with the combination written on it. The thieves also took cigarettes from a freezer stopped to take several Tootsie Rolls from a cake pan on a kitchen counter, leaving several fingerprints in the process. • Police are seeking the driver of an older truck, possibly two-toned, with white paint in connection with a late-night Oct. 26 incident at the Silver Pine Bar in Delaware Township. Police said the unknown vehicle turned out of the bar’s parking lot onto Route 739 and struck a 2000 Chevy Cavalier, operated by Myron J. Dutko, 54, of Milford. The truck fled the scene. There were no injuries. • State police have arrested Salvatore Joseph Lorusso, 63, of Hamburg, NY, following an investigation of several obscene phone calls made in August and September to Horizon Dental Care in Palmyra Township. Lorusso was charged with Harrassment in district court for having used obscene and lewed language to an unidentified Horizon employee during two phone calls.