There are actually three cemeteries in Schuylkill Haven that adjoin each other: Schuylkill Haven Union Cemetery (AKA Union Cemetery), Jerusalem Cemetery and Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Schuylkill Haven Union Cemetery is separate from Jerusalem Cemetery and the two are very often easily confused with one another, but they are incorporated and maintained separately.
Also at the hearing, Dougherty’s mother and brothers were present, but were dismissed pending further testimony during the trial.
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Dougherty’s cellphone showed online messages about drug sales exchanged between him and Leibowitz the night before his death, Krapf testified. March 9, on a couch in the basement, according to Krapf.Krapf noted that when he arrived on scene he found within Dougherty’s possession 24 empty bags, presumed to be heroin, a plastic spoon used to “cook” the drugs and a syringe located within a bottle of detergent.Krapf added that only the spoon was tested at a forensics lab, as the needle was considered to be contaminated from sitting in the detergent bottle.Leibowitz later admitted to Krapf that the “Messenger” app texts were from her and that she sold Dougherty four bags of heroin, he testified.According to the affidavit, Leibowitz and Dougherty communicated on the “Messenger” app on March 7 and March 8, while she was using the alias “Alanda Mc Ginley.” Dougherty then went to her home the evening of March 8.As you drive through Tamaqua, American flags line Broad Street in Tamaqua.Now, those driving through Broad Street will see a new attraction -- a mural dedicated to 91 veterans who lost their lives from the Civil War to the Vietnam War.While you can still try to view our website, we encourage you to use a different, more modern browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome. -- A mural honoring the ultimate sacrifice for veterans is now on display in Schuylkill County.A Coaldale woman is headed to court for a 2017 overdose death after a motions hearing Tuesday in front of Judge Charles M. She will stand trial in the next term of court, which is slated for the end of May. Leibowitz, 29, was seeking to have some of the charges dismissed in the overdose death of George Dougherty, 25, also of Coaldale, in March 2017.