A Northampton County man and woman, who told police in March that their home was burglarized and the woman's prescription drugs were stolen, are now on the wrong side of the law.
Mark Pilszach, 27, and Anna Kise, 29, were arraigned Sunday on charges of filing a false police report. Pilszach was also charged with criminal conspiracy, and Kise was also charged with obtaining drugs fraudulently.
Pilszach, 27, and Kise, 29, reported someone broke into their home at 25 S. 9th St., Bangor, on March 26, while they were visiting Kise's mother, police said.
The couple reported that Kise's prescription drugs, eight diamonds, a necklace and other jewelry and a rented computer were stolen, police said.
The following day, police said Kise contacted her doctor in New Jersey and had him refill her prescriptions for oxycodone and muscle relaxers.
A witness reported on May 3 that she was with Kise when Kise took the computer from her home and drove it to her parents' home, and that Kise told her about a plan to report it stolen, police said.
Another witness, police said, told them Kise was selling drugs that were prescribed for her.
Pilszach, who now lives at 693 Washington Blvd., Washington Township, was committed to the Northampon County Prison on $25,000 bail, according to court documents.
Kise, who now lives at the same address as Pilszach, was committed to the Northampton County Prison on $20,000 bail, according to court documents
A preliminary hearing for both is scheduled for 9 a.m. July 17.