An Easton man was charged with disorderly conduct after police responded to an alarm at his home on Feb. 3 at 10:15 a.m.
According to police, officers responded to an Elm Drive residence where a burglar alarm had been activated. Police found a man there, who did not have the alarm code.
Soon thereafter, the homeowner arrived and began arguing with the man, who was a family member. The homeowner didn't want the man there.
Police ended up charging the homeowner with disorderly conduct for the way he acted. He was released on a promise to appear in court Feb. 4.
A Sport Hill Road residence was allegedly burglarized on Jan. 29.
According to police, the homeowners found a lock box and papers in the roadway that day. They contacted police the following day, after checking the house and realizing a burglary had occurred.
Police were not sure about which items were taken from the house.
Two men claiming to work for AT&T allegedly knocked on the door of a Misty Wood Lane residence and asked questions about the homeowner's service.
The homeowner called police on Jan. 30 at 7:13 p.m. to report the incident. The Easton Police Department advised the homeowner to immediately report such an incident should it occur again.