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Annville Township Police announced charges against three people for the November robbery of the Union Hose Social Club.
Heather Lyn Triboli (a 35 year old Lebanon woman), George Rivera (a 33 year old Lebanon man), and George Rivera (a 51 year old Lebanon man) face charges for burglary, criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property, and conspiracy.
The police said yesterday that they have warrants for all three individuals. The state’s unified judicial system does not show arrest dates for any of them, and charges against the woman do not appear to have been filed with the state at present.
As Reading Eagle reporter Jeremy Long pointed out on Facebook, a LinkedIn account bearing the woman’s name indicates employment at Union Hose as a “bartender,” suggesting this could have been an inside job.
Approximately $11,000 was stolen. Surveillance cameras caught at least some of the incident, as you can see below.
The Hose, as it’s known to patrons, posted to Facebook shortly after the incident asking if anyone recognized the perpetrator’s gait, calling it unusual and noting that “he appears to walks with his head forward.” See for yourself below.