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A vehicle legally parked at 65 West King Street was struck by an unknown vehicle between the hours of 5 P.M. and 5:30 P.M. Anyone with information can contact SPD.

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SPD was dispatched to 242 East King Street for a domestic dispute involving a knife. Upon investigation, McGhee was arrested and charged with Aggrevated Assault - Attempt to cause serious bodily injury, Aggrevated Assault - intentionally caused bodily injury with a deadly weapon, and Simple Assault. A male victim was transported to the hospital from the scene with a laceration to the chest. McGhee was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Brewbaker and bail set at $75,000.

MEDIA RELEASE #1836, BANK ROBBERIES, UNKNOWN BANK ROBBERS - ROSS TOWNSHIP, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Pittsburgh Division and the Ross Township Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the two unknown males responsible for robbing the First Niagara Bank, 6203 Babcock Boulevard, Ross Township, PA, at approximately 9:15 a.m. on Friday, April 10, 2015.  There were seen leaving in a gray, new model 4-door Toyota Corolla.

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Javier Orlando Galarza-Alma, age 22 of 22 Garden Court, Lancaster was charged with Theft of assorted automotive accessories from vehicles inside the business at the Manheim Auto Auction in Manheim, PA.  The total value of the items stolen and recovered were in excess of $100.00.

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James O. Uveges, age 28 of 606 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz was apprehended after Officers responded to the address for a disturbance call.  Uveges was identified as having outstanding Domestic Relations Warrants from Lancaster County Courts.  Uveges was turned over to the Lancaster County Sheriffs Department without incident.

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SPD was dispatched to 242 East King Street for a domestic dispute involving a knife. Upon investigation, McGhee was arrested and charged with Aggrevated Assault - Attempt to cause serious bodily injury, Aggrevated Assault - intentionally caused bodily injury with a deadly weapon, and Simple Assault. A male victim was transported to the hospital from the scene with a laceration to the chest. McGhee was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Brewbaker and bail set at $75,000.

Javier Orlando Galarza-Alma, age 22 of 22 Garden Court, Lancaster was charged with Theft of assorted automotive accessories from vehicles inside the business at the Manheim Auto Auction in Manheim, PA.  The total value of the items stolen and recovered were in excess of $100.00.

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James O. Uveges, age 28 of 606 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz was apprehended after Officers responded to the address for a disturbance call.  Uveges was identified as having outstanding Domestic Relations Warrants from Lancaster County Courts.  Uveges was turned over to the Lancaster County Sheriffs Department without incident.

Logan Montgomery, age 25 of Morning Glory Drive, Manheim was arrested following a disturbance at the residence.  It is alleged that Montgomery struck a 24 year old female at the address with a telephone charger.  The victim declined medical care.  Montgomery was arrested for domestic violence related offenses and was taken into custody by NLCRPD Officers without incident.  Montgomery was delivered to Lancaster County Prison pending later arraignment.

Samantha Marie Sharpe (no photo available), age 20 of Campbell Avenue, Lancaster faces summary charges of disorderly conduct.  Sharpe was arrested by NLCRPD Officers at the scene of an event in the 100 block of Morning Glory Drive in Penn Township.  Sharpe is alleged to have created a disturbance by screaming obscene phrases in a public area after repeated warning to cease.  Sharpe was taken into custody, cited and released.

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A vehicle legally parked at 65 West King Street was struck by an unknown vehicle between the hours of 5 P.M. and 5:30 P.M. Anyone with information can contact SPD.

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On April 16, 2015 Shippensburg Police were called to the rear parking lot of the Shippen Hotel at 32 East King Street. An employee found a dog walking around without a collar. The dog is a female, black and white in color, medium size dog. The dog was taken to Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter (5051 Letterkenny Road Chambersburg, PA) They can be contacted at 717-263-5791 during business between 0800-1600.

ELTPD attempted to stop a male operating a motorcycle for speeding in the 2300 blk of Lincoln Highway East.   The operator failed to yeild and accelerated after emergency lights and siren were activated.   The operator continued to flee onto secondary roads in an attempt to elude police.   The operator was eventually stopped in the 400 blk of Gridley Rd.    The opertor was identified as Robert SHOEMAKER and was taken into custody.   &nbsp

Sometime between Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 1900 hours and Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 0157 hours, unknown person(s) broke a parked vehicle's right side mirror off while parked on the 200 Block of East Orange Street. Another vehicle a few houses down had the same damage to it. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shippensburg Police Department at 717-532-7361.

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While on patrol this officer observed a male run behind a building in the 200 block of East Fort Street. I slowed the vehicle and saw him standing over a puddle on the sidewalk and urinating on the wall. I pulled into the parking lot and he began to run away. He did not realize he ran into a corner with no exit. He was placed in handcuffs and walked back to the vehicle. Kevin Jurnack, 23 years old, was issued a citation for Disorderly Conduct.

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MEDIA RELEASE #1836, BANK ROBBERIES, UNKNOWN BANK ROBBERS - ROSS TOWNSHIP, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Pittsburgh Division and the Ross Township Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the two unknown males responsible for robbing the First Niagara Bank, 6203 Babcock Boulevard, Ross Township, PA, at approximately 9:15 a.m. on Friday, April 10, 2015.  There were seen leaving in a gray, new model 4-door Toyota Corolla.

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The Carlisle Police Department is currently investigating 2 separate shootings that happened overnight.  

The first shooting occurred in the area of N. Pitt St. and W. Locust Ave.  A 28 year old man was shot by an unknown person around 2:00 AM.  The victim's injuries appear non-life threatening at this time.  Police are attempting to identify/locate a suspect.

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On 4/9/15, the male suspect #2 with the shopping bag stole three pairs of sunglasses valued at at over $700 from the Sunglass Hut at Tanger Outlets.    On 4/1/15, the male suspect #1 wearing the bandana on his head stole a pair of Versace sunglasses valued at $270 from the Sunglass Hut.  There have been eight (8) separate incidents of retail theft at the Sunglass Hut in the month of April.   Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to contact East Lampeter Twp Police (717) 291-4676.

On Thursday, 4/16/15, at 1940 hrs Carlisle Borough Police responded to N Bedford St and Kerrs Ave for a report of a bike theft. The victim stated they lived at 120 E Louther St, and had their bike stolen from there approximately two weeks ago. The victim believed they spotted their stolen bike at the intersection of N Bedford St and Kerrs Ave. Investigation determined that was not the stolen bike. The bike in question is a NEXT brand men's mountain bike, blue and silver in color, and had a custom seat. 

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On 3/26/15, East Lampeter Twp PD was dispatched to a home invasion robbery in progress at a residence in the 00 blk of Bowman Road.   It was reported that two White males and three Black males armed with a shotgun were attempting to force their way into the residence.   The residence was occupied at the time with multiple adults and several children.  Prior to police arrival the males made forced entry into the residence.  Once inside the residence the males stole cash, a diamond ring, a purse with contents, and a cell phone before fleeing.    Tw

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