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On 5/2/19 at approximately 3:15 pm the Columbia Borough Police Department was dispatched to the 500 block of Locust Street for a report of a dwelling fire. Upon arrival the Officer observed large amounts of black smoke coming from the residence. The officer confirmed that everyone was out of the...

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On May 21, 2019 at 3:26 AM, the Lower Allen Township Police Department was dispatched to Walmart, 3400 Hartzdale Drive, in reference to an active Retail Theft. While en route, it was relayed that four black male suspects stole a large amount of baby formula inside of duffel bags and were now...
Update: Blount has been captured!! Rachel Loraine Blount failed to register with the Pennsylvania State Police for her Megan’s Law Update as required. Blount failed to appear between the scheduled dates of 02/19/18 and 02/28/18 at an approved registration site. She was last registered on 12/14/2017...

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On May 21, 2019 at 3:26 AM, the Lower Allen Township Police Department was dispatched to Walmart, 3400 Hartzdale Drive, in reference to an active Retail Theft. While en route, it was relayed that four black male suspects stole a large amount of baby formula inside of duffel bags and were now...

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On 9/13/18, Swatara Township Police were dispatched for a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival officers found Dwayne Brown passed out in his vehicle while it was running and in drive. It was determined he was driving under the influence.

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On October 17, 2018 at approximately 6:18 PM, Hatfield Township Police Department arrested Kevin Haynes for retail theft and receiving stolen property after an investigation of a theft from a retail establishment in the 1400 block of Welsh Road in Hatfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania...
On 10/18/18 at 0230 hours, CPD units responded to the area of Wayne Ave and Cleveland Ave for individuals throwing rocks at businesses and vehicles. After further investigation, it was discovered Christopher Rhodes and Isom Polito started a fire on the railroad tracks underneath the Wayne Ave...
On 10/18/18 at 0230 hours, CPD units responded to the area of Wayne Ave and Cleveland Ave for individuals throwing rocks at businesses and vehicles. After further investigation, it was discovered Christopher Rhodes and Isom Polito started a fire on the railroad tracks underneath the Wayne Ave...
On 10/18/2018, CPD responded to 1 Monticello Ct for a report of retail theft. Daniel Varner was taken into custody for taking a can of beer, valued at $1.49, and leaving the store without paying for the merchandise. Varner was charged with (1) count Retail theft.

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On 3/11/2015, at 2151 hrs, a woman reported the two black males kicked open her front door and pointed guns at her and her family. The incident occurred in the 100 block of N East St. They stole $100 in cash and a Samsung Galaxy 3 smart phone and left on foot, after searching the house.

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On 3/10/15 at 2312 hours Carlisle Police were dispatched to Bedford St. Antiques located at 44 N. Bedford St. for a report of a burglary alarm. Police were able to discover a broken window. According to video footage obtained, police are looking for a white male, who appeared to be wearing a dark...

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Carlisle Police are investigating the theft of 60-70 CDs from vehicle that was parked in front of 246 Webster Ave. An investigation revealed that the incident occurred at some point between 8:30 pm on 3/8/15 and 6:45 am on 3/9/15. The value of the CDs was estimated at $200. Police are asking anyone...
BETWEEN 3/6/15 AND 3/9/15, UNKNOWN PERSONS DAMAGED A GREEN FORD EXPLORER THAT WAS PARKED AT 311B N. PITT ST. THE DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT OVER $1300. ANYONE WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SHOULD CALL CARLISLE POLICE AT 243-5252.

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On Friday, March 6, 2015 CPD units responded to a hit and run that occurred in the area of the 1st block of North Pitt Street. CPD units spoke with a witness to the hit and run who described the vehicle as a bronze/brown smaller sized SUV that may be an import such as a Mitsubishi. The vehicle was...

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