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Allentown police officers hand out free ice cream to local kids

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A woman accused of confronting people participating in what police described as a political rally in Bethlehem is facing charges for allegedly kicking an arresting officer in the stomach. Nicole R. The officer arrived to see Flores allegedly ignore a stop sign in the parking lot at an exit onto Easton Avenue, according to the criminal complaint. Flores proceeded to make a U-turn back into the parking lot, stop her car and confront people participating in a political rally, according to police. Court records do not provide any information about the nature of the rally.

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Police said they are investigating how pictures of students from several area school districts appeared on a pornographic website. While the investigation is still in its early stages, Sgt. Karl Geschwindt, Emmaus Police Department in Lehigh County, said it appears the students willingly took the pictures themselves and that someone somehow got hold of the pictures and posted them on the website in question. The investigation involves students in his district, among several others, said Seidenberger, who added that his district will fully cooperate with police.
The Allentown Police Department handed out free frozen treats Thursday night to help keep the cool kids even cooler. I see the ice cream truck go by and I hear a lot of kids say 'Mom, Dad can I have that? Can I have that? Add to Chrome. Sign in.