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News from Summit Hill Police Dept.

Published December 09. 2011 05:01PM

If you're missing a set of golf clubs, they might be at the Summit Hill Police Station.

Chief of Police Joseph Fittos said someone dropped off a set of clubs about two or three months ago to the police department.

He said nobody has claimed them. Fittos said if you think they might be your clubs, go to the police station and give a description of them.

In other police news, on Dec. 5, the police received a report of a burglary in the White Bear section of Summit Hill. Upon investigating, it was determined a house, occupied part-time, was broken into.

All the copper pipes were taken out of the dwelling, Fittos said.

The chief of police said a second residence in White Bear, not occupied, also was entered and had copper pipes removed.

Fittos asked that citizens be vigilant. If they see any suspicious activity, they should immediately dial 9-1-1.

Margaret Merna, 22, of 49 E. White St., Summit Hill, was cited for alleged violation of a borough ordinance.

Police said on Nov. 23 at 7:27 p.m., they received a report of dogs barking in her residence continually, which resulted in the citation.

Merna was also cited on Nov. 21 after police got a call at 7:26 p.m. about dogs barking in her residence. She was cited at that time, too.

Amanda Reed, 30, of the 200 block of West Ludlow Street, was cited for harassment and disorderly conduct on Nov. 22.

Fittos said the charges stem from an incident on that date at 1:30 a.m. He said police received a complaint of an individual causing a disturbance in the unit block of West Holland Street. Reed allegedly had confronted an individual who was in that vicinity.

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