Man faces stalking charges
NORTHUMBERLAND — Stalking charges are being brought against Edwin Luther Frehafer, 51, of 374 Wheatley Ave., borough police said Wednesday.
Frehafer allegedly was seen lurking around a public building and peering into windows at a female employee.
He also walked around the woman’s parked car, police said. On one occasion, Frehafer allegedly placed three unwrapped condoms on the windshield wipers.
Detective Edward J. Cope said Frehafer will receive a summons from the office of District Judge Robert J.
Firefighters sell address signs
MILTON — Make sure Santa can find your house whether you’ve been naughty or nice. Milton firefighters are reminding residents in their service area that the department has address signs available.
“There are still rural farms and homes that don’t have their address displayed,” Ray Rugh, publicity chairman for the Milton Fire Department, said.
Rugh said the signs meet the requirements of the state building code with 4-inch reflective numbers on a contrasting background.
The fire department has the signs available for $12.50, or $20 with a post, and firefighters will deliver and install the signs. Order forms are available at the Ridge Avenue fire station and Lock Pros on Broadway.
“Don’t wait until the last minute to order, as each sign is custom made,” Rugh said.
Child-support amnesty offered
SUNBURY — People with outstanding warrants for failing to pay child support in Northumberland County will get a break next week.
Domestic relations officials will hold an amnesty week starting Monday, allowing anyone with an outstanding bench warrant issued by the county agency to resolve the issue. During the week, the county sheriff’s office will not execute any warrants.
Director Cindy K. Price is appealing to domestic relations clients to visit the Sunbury office with a payment plan or employment information. “It is our hope that this opportunity is taken advantage of,” she said.