State police at Lehighton reported on several arrests made by troopers in recent days.

Troopers reported the arrest of an Allentown resident for an incident in a parking lot of the Palmerton Area High School in Lower Towamensing Township, Carbon County. Troopers said Austin Titman, 18, was engaged in an argument with a 16-year-old female from Palmerton when he allegedly grabbed her clothing, pulling her back into his vehicle and making contact with her with his hands. He was cited for harassment. The incident occurred about 7:30 a.m. on April 22.

On Sunday, April 25, about 5:14 p.m. at 134 Wilk Lane, in East Penn Township, Carbon County, Brittany Stephan, 21, of Brodheadsville, allegedly threatened to fight Alysia F. Sirsky, 22, of Lehighton. Stephan was charged with harassment, troopers said.

A Monroe County resident is facing charges of terroristic threats and related offenses following an incident that occurred about 11:35 p.m. on April 22 along Robinhood Drive, in Polk Township. Troopers said Robert Vincent Toth, 45, of Kunkletown, went to the residence of his ex-girlfriend, identified by troopers as a 44-year-old, and demanded that she let him into the home. She refused and he attempted to gain entry by pushing on the front door. When he got inside Toth became more irate and allegedly threatened to kill the victim.

Two males intervened and held Toth to the ground on the front porch until troopers arrived. Toth was taken into custody and transported to the barracks where he was charged with the threats count along with criminal trespass and public drunkenness.

On Apirl 21 about 11:45 p.m. troopers said Harold M. Gormley, 49, of Pocono Lake, entered the residence of Christopher P. Redner, 30, of 7735 Pohopoco Drive, Kunkletown, Towamensing Township, Carbon County, without permission and engaged in a fight with Redner. Gormley was charged with simple assault and harassment, troopers said.