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Warrant arrests

Published December 01. 2009 05:00PM

Pocono Mountain Regional police reported on several arrests made on persons with active warrants.

Police said on Nov. 20 about 3:30 p.m. Henry "Bang" Koroma Jr., 20, of 8721 Natures Drive, Tobyhanna was arrested at his residence in A Pocono Country Place on three felony counts of robbery and one count each of terroristic threats, simple assault by physical menace, theft and receiving stolen property.

Police said they had received a complaint of an armed robbery near the intersection of Eagle Rock and Country Place Drive in Tobyhanna, on Nov. 19. He allegedly stole a Louis Vutton bag from a 15-year-old at gun point. Koroma was committed to the county prison in Snydersville in lieu of $100,000 bail following arraignment before a district judge.

On Nov. 27 about 5 p.m. officers took Elizabeth Hannum, 21, of 5534 Seven Nations Drive, Tobyhanna, into custody after learning of warrants for her arrest. Two active bench warrants for her arrest were issued out of Chester County and one in Philadelphia. She was placed in the county prison pending extradition to Chester County.

On Nov. 26 about 2:10 p.m. police were traveling along SR940 eastbound and came behind a vehicle whose driver threw a cigarette out of the window. Officers made a traffic stop. At the stop officers identified the driver as Bobby Tylor, 30, of South Carolina. He was further learned that he was wanted by the county's sheriff's deparmtent on a bench warrant issued two years ago for drug violations.

He was placed in the county prison on the warrant. He was cited by Pocono officers for driving with a suspended license and depositing waste material on a roadway.

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