Ronny Suber and Linda Lavender Norris need to stretch their arms and salute Hail Trump to survive in this new Republican sea.
"Constable" Ronny's Used Car blocking Mexican Grocery Store at Suber's Shopping Center Coatesville, PA.
One of the "Constable's" cream puffs is in front of the Mexican Grocery Store.
Coatesville police responded to a disturbance about a blue van driving around with someone yelling through a megaphone on Nov. 7 around 1 p.m. Downingtown Mayor Josh Maxwell, a Democratic candidate who sought the 74th District state House seat against Republican state Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. in the Nov. 8 election, advised police that the van driver had reportedly followed him. Maxwell advised the responding officers that he had previously reported a similar incident, according to the police report. Ronald R. Suber Sr. advised police that he only yelled to encourage people to vote, according to the report. Maxwell told police that he had reportedly been verbally berated numerous times by Suber, the report states. Police cited Suber, 56, of Coatesville, for harassment and violation of the city noise ordinance.
Coatesville police responded to the 800 block of Olive Street on Nov. 8 around 10:34 a.m. for a noise complaint. Upon investigation, police said they found Suber driving around reportedly yelling into a megaphone. Suber was cited again for a violation of the city noise ordinance, according to the police report.
Is Harry Lewis going to use the Suber’s van as his Coatesville office?
This van has been parked in the grocery store parking lot since November 5, 2014.