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Nesquehoning crime watch meets

  • CAROL ZICKLER/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    CAROL ZICKLER/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published November 28. 2012 08:39AM

Attorney Jean Engler, Carbon County assistant district attorney, seated right, was the special guest speaker at the meeting of the Nesquehoning Crime Watch. She said that the county has more than 1,000 cases a year and related cases in Hazleton with their Crime Watch. "The crime watch group needs to put a notice out to the community that they are being watched," she said. Nesquehoning Police Officer Brian White tells the residents don't hesitate to call the police if there is a problem. The next meeting will be in April. Seen in picture are, seated from left, councilwoman Mary Fox, councilwoman Rose Walck, and Engler. Back row, Officer Brian White, councilman Frank Jacobs, and councilman David Hawk.

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