Upper Macungie firefighters responded Nov. 21 to the NFI Distribution Center, 910 Nestle Way, for a report of smoke in a warehouse.
According to Station 56 Fire Chief Leroy Gross, a fork lift tire caught fire but was quickly extinguished by employees.
The resulting smoke triggered the alarm system dispatching the fire departments.
Responding firefighting units included Fogelsville, Trexlertown and Upper Macungie Station 56, along with the Cetronia Ambulance Corps.
No injuries or other mishaps were noted by Gross.
Upper Macungie Township Police have announced they will participate in day-and-night seat belt enforcement activities as part of the national Thanksgiving “Click it or Ticket” enforcement mobilization through Dec. 3.
Upper Macungie police will partner with 250 other law enforcement agencies across the state in an effort to increase seat belt use and reduce the number of unbelted injuries and deaths.
Departments will dedicate 50 percent of their enforcement time after dark to increase seat belt use when unbelted fatalities increase.
Upper Macungie Township police say a 62-year-old Germansville man reported two 6,000 watt generators were stolen after a locked door was unlocked on a trailer sometime overnight Nov. 7 in the 5500 block of Muth Circle, Upper Macungie Township.
Police say one of the generators is black and red with wheels. The other is blue and does not have wheels.
Each is valued at approximately $1,200.
Anyone with information about this theft is asked to contact police at 484-661-5911.
A 34-year-old Albany Township, Berks County, man remains in a jail in Champaign County, Ill., after fleeing Pennsylvania following the death of Tara Marie Serino, 19, of Orefield.
Christopher Ryan Tucker, 282 Roth Road, Albany Township, is charged with criminal homicide in the death of Serino.
Upper Macungie Township police had a Coffee with a Cop event Oct. 4 at the Arby’s Restaurant, Fogelsville.
The mission of the Coffee with a Cop program is to allow residents and visitors in the township the opportunity to get to know their officers.
Police say several Apple devices were reported stolen between 4:30-5 p.m. Oct. 13 from an office at Easy Post, 8250 Industrial Blvd., Upper Macungie Township.
Upper Macungie Township police say a 41-year-old woman from the 8300 block of Schantz Road, reported 11:28 a.m. Oct. 3 that her son’s bicycle, which was parked in front of her apartment, was stolen between midnight and 8:20 a.m. the same day.
Upper Macungie police say representatives from Jaindl Elementary PTO, 1051 Weilers Road, reported Sept. 28 fraudulent charges were made to its business account.
This incident remains under investigation, police say.
Police say Eluid M. Schrant, 45, of East Greenville, was driving a 2002 Toyota Corolla 8:15 p.m. Oct. 1 along Blue Barn Road, Upper Macungie, when she allegedly turned in front of a 2006 Subaru Legacy driven northbound on Blue Barn Road by an 18-year-old Orefield woman.
The 14th National Take Back Day drug collection day has been scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 28.
Lehigh County residents can take expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter medications to police departments and other locations at 11 sites.
Residents can dispose of capsules, pills, including pet medications, and liquids.
Syringes or Sharps will not be accepted. Residents who dispose of medications will remain anonymous, and no questions will be asked.