Blotter: Retail theft, receiving stolen property, DUIs, disorderly conduct

Bethel Township

Car Accident – At roughly 8:12 p.m. Might 6, a automobile crash occurred as state police trooper was on routine patrol in a marked unit, a 2016 Ford Taurus (X). The trooper was touring east on Greble Highway when he struck a deer that ran out in entrance of him. The trooper was carrying a seatbelt on the time of the crash and was not injured. The Ford was towed from the scene after it started leaking fluids.

Car Accident – At 7:46 a.m. Might 12, a hit-and-run occurred on the 3000 block of South Pine Grove Road when an unknown automobile was driving within the car parking zone and struck the constructing. The constructing sustained minor harm. It’s unknown whether or not the operator of the automobile was injured. Anybody with data is requested to contact PSP Jonestown at 717-865-2194.

DUI – At 9:51 p.m. Might 5, police arrested Travis Mohn, 31, of Jonestown, for driving a 2008 Chevrolet Path Blazer on East Important Road and South Tan Alley whereas drunk or a managed substance.

Disorderly Conduct – At 4 a.m. Might 9, the arrestee prompted a fourth false alarm inside a 12 consecutive month interval. This incident occurred on South Pine Grove Road.

Heidelberg Township

Dangerous Checks – At 1:32 p.m. April 12, police responded to Stiegel Pike for unhealthy checks getting used on the Dutch-Approach Farmer’s Market. Police are investigating.

Millcreek Township

DUI – At 12:29 a.m. Might 8, police arrested Marlin Stoltzfus, 40, of Newmanstown, for driving a 1998 GMC Sierra on Fort Zellers and North Sheridan roads whereas drunk or a managed substance.

Demise Investigation – Police responded to the 200 block of Memorial Boulevard for a deceased 69-year-old Newmanstown man. Upon arrival, police carried out an investigation, which revealed nothing suspicious surrounding his dying. The sufferer appeared to have died of pure causes someday between 9 p.m. Might 2 and seven:09 p.m. Might 3.

Myerstown Borough

Harassment, Disorderly Conduct – At 3:08 p.m. Might 10, police responded to West Washington Avenue for a reported disturbance between the sufferer and the arrestee, each 19-year-old Myerstown males. Police realized that the arrestee walked to the sufferer’s residence to confront him about their “beef” with each other. A verbal altercation ensued. The arrestee refused to depart the premises and continued to trigger a disturbance. Police cited the arrestee with harassment and disorderly conduct.

North Londonderry Township

Car Accident – At 1:30 p.m. Might 7, police responded to a crash on the 1100 block of West Important Road. The crash occurred within the west journey lane when a automobile pushed by an 18-year-old Palmyra man rear-ended a automobile pushed by a 61-year-old Lebanon lady. Police cited the Palmyra man for driving automobile at protected pace.

Drug Possession – At 1:53 a.m. Feb. 18, police charged Samantha Robinson, 33, of Annville, with possession of drug paraphernalia after police made contact along with her whereas she was sitting in her automobile within the Lowe’s car parking zone in Palmyra after hours.

Car Accident – At 11:14 p.m. Might 2, police charged Christopher Bradley, 47, of Harrisburg, for his involvement in a crash that occurred on the 1300 block of East Important Road. Bradley was the driving force of a automobile that was stopped for an expired and suspended registration. In the course of the site visitors cease, police found that Bradley’s license kind was ignition interlock and the automobile that Bradley was driving was not outfitted with an ignition interlock machine. Police charged Bradley with the ignition interlock machine violation, driving with an expired registration, and driving with an expired state inspection.

Drug Possession – At 2:49 a.m. Might 13, police charged Joshua Mullins, 41, with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia after police made contact with him on the 1200 block of East Important Road whereas investigating a suspicious individual.

Palmyra Borough

Drug Possession – At roughly 11:25 p.m. March 27, whereas police had been on a home name within the 400 block of West Important Road, police recovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia on the scene. Police confirmed that the objects belonged to Donovan Davis, 20, and charged him for possession of marijuana and of drug paraphernalia.

Public Drunkenness – At roughly 10:07 p.m. April 30, police made contact with a visibly intoxicated man who was struggling to stroll throughout the road within the 100 block of West Important Road. The person was recognized as Loren Carlson, 63, who was transported dwelling after he was charged with public drunkenness.

Altered, Solid, or Counterfeit Paperwork, Fraudulent Use of Registration Plate – At roughly 5:42 p.m. April 30, police initiated a site visitors cease on a automobile within the 400 block fo North Railroad Road for having a plate that didn’t match the automobile. Police recognized the proprietor of the automobile as Michael Ely, 49, who admitted that the automobile was unregistered, didn’t have insurance coverage, and had fraudulent inspection and emissions stickers. On Might 2, police charged Ely with altered, solid, or counterfeit paperwork, fraudulent use of registration plate, required monetary duty, and three different abstract site visitors violations. 

Receiving Stolen Property – At roughly 3:30 a.m. Might 12, police observed a truck touring within the 500 block of West North Avenue. The driving force deserted the automobile and fled on foot on the sight of police. Police decided the automobile had been reported stolen out of Lancaster County. Police searched the world and situated the driving force, who they recognized as Roderick Holley, 42, hiding in a bush. Police positioned Holley underneath arrest, charged him with receiving stolen property, and positioned him into Lebanon County Correctional Facility on $25,000 secured bond. 

Drug Possession, Basic Lighting Necessities – At roughly 10:43 p.m. April 19, police initiated a site visitors cease on a automobile for a site visitors violation. The driving force was recognized as Nathaniel Corridor, 24. Upon additional investigation, police discovered Corridor to be in possession of marijuana and a grinder with marijuana residue inside. Police seized each objects. On April 20, police charged Corridor at MDJ Garver’s workplace for possession of a small quantity of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and normal lighting necessities.

Drug Possession, Most Pace Limits – At roughly 12:23 a.m, April 15, police initiated a site visitors cease on a automobile for a site visitors violation. The driving force was recognized as Matthew Negron, 22. In the course of the course of the cease, police carried out a drug investigation and search warrant on the automobile and recovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The automobile was towed from the scene. On April 15, police charged Negron at MDJ Garver’s workplace for possession of a small quantity of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and most pace limits.

Retail Theft, Fleeing and Eluding – At roughly 5:15 p.m. April 27, police responded to Weis Markets for a retail theft. Police recognized the topic as Jonathan Kennedy, 38, and tried to cease him in Annville Township. Nonetheless, Kennedy drove away at a excessive price of pace. Police later charged Kennedy with retail theft and fleeing and eluding on Might 6 by way of MDJ Garver’s workplace. 

Shoplifting, Try and Establish – Police try to establish this topic concerned in a shoplifting incident at Turkey Hill at roughly 3:15 a.m. Might 9. The topic is described as a white man in his 40s with {a partially} shaved head and pony tail, with tattoos on his arms and cheeks. Anybody with data is requested to contact Palmyra police at 717-838-8189.  

Swatara Township

Car Accident – At 8:39 a.m. Might 12, a crash occurred on Outdated State Highway, west of Honeysuckle Lane when a 2012 Scion XD pushed by a 33-year-old Lebanon man was touring east on Outdated State Highway and left the suitable facet of the highway, hanging a mailbox. Preliminary affect occurred to the entrance bumper space. The Scion continued and sunk into mud. The person fled the scene earlier than police arrived. He was not carrying his seatbelt on the time of the crash and was not injured. Police cited him with accidents involving harm to unattended automobile or property.

Union Township

Legal Mischief Underneath $1,000 – Police responded to Outdated Forge Highway for a felony mischief and realized an unknown particular person or merchandise smashed the rear window of the 19-year-old Lebanon feminine sufferer’s automobile someday between 5 a.m. and a couple of:30 p.m. Might 9. Surveillance footage was reviewed, which confirmed no person inflicting harm to the sufferer’s automobile throughout this timeframe. It’s unknown whether or not this incident occurred at this location or one other location. The property harm is valued at $500.

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