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DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The LBPD patrol function has filed a criminal complaint against Christopher Sterling KING (age 32), of Lititz, alleging the crime of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI). On 05/15/2019 at 11:20 PM, an LBPD patrol officer stopped the vehicle...
On Tuesday May 14 at approx 11:00 PM, HBPD was notified of a vehicle failing to stay within a single lane on Middletown Rd approaching Hummelstown Borough. The HBPD Officer observed the vehicle on South Hanover St in Hummelstown Borough and stopped the vehicle. The driver was identified as Cole...
12:00 a.m. 600 Block N Grant St-Directed Patrol 12:28 a.m. 900 Block S Potomac St-Directed Patrol 01:08 a.m. 100 Block S Potomac St-Directed Patrol 01:09 a.m. 1st Block N Potomac St-Directed Patrol 01:09 a.m. 500 Block E Second St-Directed Patrol 01:14 a.m. 700 Block E Second St-Directed Patrol 01:...

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On 3/8/18 at 0359 hours officers observed Anthony Maisey hiding behind a trash can at Burger King. When officers attempted to make contact with Maisey he fled, leading officers on a foot pursuit. He was captured a short distance away and found to be in possession of narcotics paraphernalia related...
During a traffic stop near the intersection of Lasalle Street and Elm Street, officers found Logan Loveless to be in possession of a glass marijuana pipe. He was a passenger within the vehicle.
Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Lasalle Street for a domestic disturbance. Officers could hear screaming coming from within the residence of 801 Lasalle Street. Eventually officers were able to make contact with Amanda Colon who refused to open the door. A female then yelled from...
Mark Paul Tangert, age 31, of the 1800 block of Quarry Road, Columbia, PA was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol by Officer Patrick O'Rourke. On Friday, March 16, 2018 Manor Township Police were participating in a Sobriety Check Point in the 2900 block of Columbia Avenue. At 2305...
On 3/7/2018 Chambersburg Police responded to 218 N Second St for an Institutional Vandalism complaint. Franklin County employees supplied CPD with a video of an individual, later identified as Jacob Kitch-Nordsick, which showed Kitch-Nordsick puncture a tire of a county vehicle. Kitch-Nordsick was...

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