Owners of Mountain View Vineyards in Hamilton Twp., Randy and Linda Rice, brought in for arraignment on wiretapping charges. Court papers say the two were “surreptitiously recording customers and employees” @WNEP pic.twitter.com/jvBcV5wsMu— Carmella Mataloni (@Carmella_News) January 17, 2018HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Winery owners in Monroe County have been arrested on wiretapping charges. Randy and Linda Rice, owners of Mountain View Vineyards in Hamilton Township, were arraigned Wednesday afternoon.
STROUD TOWNSHIP — The hill behind the Wesleyan Church near Stroudsburg was packed with children playing outside on a day off from school. The snow made for great sledding conditions that this crew couldn’t pass up. “It’s like a big hill that you can sleigh right down and it’s like fun to just be here and sleigh down,” said Armondo Arostegui, Stroudsburg. Carla Arostegui from Stroudsburg says she brings her kids here whenever school is closed during the winter. “This is very good.
POCONO TOWNSHIP — A nephew is accused of killing his aunt and step-uncle in the Poconos. The bodies of a man and a woman were found inside a home near Tannersville on Monday, but police believe they were killed last week. Lancelot Fortune, 31, of Stroudsburg, is locked up in connection with these murders. Police say Fortune stabbed his aunt, Isadora Fortune, 56, and his step-uncle Richard Fells, 54, at the couple’s home in Pocono Township last week.
American Tire Distributors bringing 80 new jobs to Tobyhanna Township by the end of this year. There will also be 120 construction jobs brought to the township while work is being done on the building. @WNEPhttps://t.co/FUaxv5n8xd
Police say the wreck happened around 10 a.m. when one tractor trailer hit another tractor trailer on I-80W near Tannersville. The hit caused one of the drivers to lose control and spin out. No injuries were reported. @WNEPhttps://t.co/9Np1UbeG0p
ALERT: If you’re driving on I-80 West between Scotrun and I-380, be aware of crews working to remove a jackknifed tractor trailer from a ditch near the left lane. Traffic is moving but slowly. @WNEPhttps://t.co/hsu4B5prPP
Court papers indicate there were four cameras that were recording audio and video. Those cameras were found in the tasting room, barrel room and two more outside on the deck area. Customers and employees did not know they were being audio recorded. @WNEPhttps://t.co/QzLjQSPCyk
Court papers indicate there were four cameras that were recording audio and video. Those cameras were found in the tasting room, barrel room and two more outside on the deck area. https://t.co/VAdfU0tloF
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