NORTH COVENTRY PA – Two men wanted on judges’ bench warrants in separate and unrelated incidents were taken into custody by North Coventry police between Friday (Aug. 31, 2018) and Sunday (Sept. 2), the department reported on its website.
John Ziemba, 37, of Pottstown, was sought on a bench warrant issued in Montgomery County; Vincent Pasquarello, 26, of Narvon, was the subject of a Chester County warrant. Both ultimately were transported to jails of the respective counties. Each also faced separate charges brought by North Coventry officers that resulted from the warrant apprehensions.
Ziemba arrest reported Sunday
Police said they responded to the area of Channing Court in Pottstown on a report regarding “two suspicious adults.” They made contact with Ziemba, and during an investigation said they learned of his outstanding warrant. He was taken into custody and transported to the Pottstown Police Department.
It was upon his arrival there, police added, that they discovered Ziemba was in possession of a controlled substance, hydrocodone, and drug paraphernalia. Charges against him were filed by summons, the report said.
Pasquarello arrest reported Friday
Police said they observed a suspicious vehicle in a gasoline station parking lot at 1281 E. Schuylkill Rd. As police approached it they found it occupied by a man who later was determined to be Pasquarello in the driver’s seat. The warrant against him was found after a check of his photo identification.
A search of Pasquarello revealed that he had methamphetamine in his pants pocket. Charges against him also were filed by summons, according to the report.
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