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Man Sold Crack to Informant, Police Say

Kenneth Trevor Bradford charged after November drug sting in downtown Easton.

Two days before Thanksgiving, an Easton man walked out of a downtown bar and sold crack cocaine to a “cooperating source” working with police, court records say.

Kenneth Trevor Bradford, 27, was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with delivery of a controlled substance. The records do not say how much crack cocaine was involved or its value.

A criminal complaint filed by city Det. Anthony Arredondo says Bradford left the Easton Café, 125 Northampton St., around 1:15pm and approached the cooperating source. The two walked into the bar’s parking lot, made the transaction, and Bradford “quickly walked” back into the café.

Bradford, of 924 Glendon Ave. on the city’s South Side, was arraigned at 2:15am Tuesday by on-duty District Judge Diane Marakovits of Northampton and committed to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $7,500 bail.

joan January 03, 2013 at 04:39 PM
That place is a den of iniquity in MANY ways, no stranger to trouble. Just l ike some of the other BArs in Easton, they are protected. sad... clean up a few dumps & the propery value could increase. A better class of people just might frequent the city of Easton. We've a ll seen it happen. like cancer... it just keeps eating away the healthy till only the degenerates hang on.
Feduplifer January 03, 2013 at 04:53 PM
Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System may be a place to start. You can search using name, address or parcel number.
Feduplifer January 03, 2013 at 05:00 PM
Parcel number for 121-127 Northampton is L9SE2B 3 7 0310 and the owner mentioned above is still listed as the current owner in the public records.
joan January 03, 2013 at 05:41 PM
so...w/ all this info available & public knowledge, why doesn't anyone pressure the owners of these FINE establishments? I CAN only bet ( no pun intended) that they all have family & would rather chew off thier right arms than have their OWN children end up like the poor recipients of the "buisiness DEALS"taking place downtown in their establishments. But when you all go to the same church & play on the church b-ball team it makes it rather hard. Even harder when you have family members in Politics.
Feduplifer January 03, 2013 at 05:59 PM
The trouble is, this particular 'family' doesn't care. It is obvious because they own most of the worst properties in the city. Start cross referencing the owners names with the worst addresses and you will be able to see a fairly strong connection.

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