On April 15, 2014 at 12:22 hours, police were called to 18 Elmwood Blvd for a motor vehicle crash in which the vehicle left the roadway and struck the steps to 18 Elmwood Blvd. As a result of the on-scene crash investigation, the driver, Juan Falcon, age 75, of York, PA was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. Falcon was later released from York Hospital and charges were filed by summons.
On April 12th, 2014 at approximately 5:15PM, police observed Fitzkee remove a bag of ice from the freezer outside the store. Fitzkee then went to her car and began to back out without ever going inside the store. Police stopped the vehicle in the lot. Fitzkee alleged that a friend was paying for the item inside the store. When police asked the friend about the ice, she told them she did not pay for it and didn't seem to know what the officer was talking about. As a result of the on-scene investigation, Fitzkee was arrested for one
Police were called to investigate an Access Device Fraud in the 1300 block of Mt. Rose Avenue. The victim reported that unknown actor(s) were able to access a checking account and make purchases in multiple locations (states).
Anyone with information concerning this offense is asked to contact Officer Tomas O'Brien by calling (717)843-0851 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tips may also be submitted to York County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-722-0991 or submit a tip on-line at www.yorkcountycrimestoppers.org
Police were called to the 500 block of Dupont Avenue for a report of a domestic dispute. As a result of the on-scene investigation it was learned that during the domestic, the suspect stole the victim's cellular telephone valued in excess of $200.00, pushed her and damaged the front door to the property. The investigation is continuing.
On April 16 Antonio Ortiz of Harrisburg was stopped for riding his bicycle after dark with no front light. Ortiz was wanted out of Cumberland County on felony drug charges. While arresting him on the felony warrant, Officers found marijuana and related paraphernalia on his person. Ortiz was charged via summons for the new charges and the felony warrant was served by Cumberland County at the Dauphin County Judicial Center.
On 04/14/2014 at approximately 2337 hours a resident in the 300 block of Adams Street called police to report a Burglary to their residence. Patrol Officers initiated a report from the victim specifying that a Sony PlayStation 3, and associated equipment including games were missing from the residence. The case was turned over to Steelton Detectives and Crime Scene Technicians. A Crime Scene Tech was able to lift a suspected latent fingerprint left at the crime scene that was relevant to the furtherance of the case. Steelton Detectives were able to identify a Juvenile as a suspect who was arrested and will be charged through Dauphin County Juvenile Offender Office.
Media Release 1791, Bradley Joseph Whitslar, Wanted for Robbery – Vernon Township, Crawford County, PA
The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop E, Meadville, continue their search for Bradley Joseph Whitslar. Bradley Whitslar r is wanted for armed robbery.
On 04/16/2014 at approximately 0954 hours, Steelton Police did go to a residence in the 2600 block of South 4th Street, Steelton to serve an arrest warrant on Terry Kershaw. While at the residence, police made contact with Kershaw and he was taken into custody. Kershaw was transported to MDJ Kenneth A Lenker 12-2-02. MDJ Lenker did commit Kershaw to Dauphin County Prison.
On 04/15/2014 at approximately 1400 hours, Steelton Police were called to Redeemed United Church of Jesus Christ in the 800 block of Wood Street, Steelton. The Church reported that unknown person(s) did take the registration plate from the church van. The PA registration plate is : OB 77552. Anyone with information should contact Steelton Police Department at 717-939-9841.
Mr. Campbell was observed inside the Rutter's Farm Store, located at 910 S. Richland Avenue, attempting to place merchandise offered for sale into a bag by an officer conducting a store check. When he saw the officer watching him, Mr.