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The Parkesburg Police have charged Charles David Ring, 45, of Parkesburg, with Failure to comply with the regulations of Megan's law registration by providing inaccurate information. Ring was arraigned in front of the Honorable District Judge Nancy Gill and released on bail. Ring is also required...
On 3/26/17, Mariah Sourbeer threatened to "kill" and "rock" the victim. Sourbeer provided false ID to Swatara Police and was under the influence of alcohol in public.
April 26, 2017 at 12:35 pm the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated a suspicious incident investigation as two juveniles were observed climbing out of a residential window. During this investigation contact was made with two juveniles at the baseball field at the Poquessing Middle School...

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On 25 April 2017 a resident of the 500 blk. Hilton Dr. reported a residential burglary. The victim had surveillance cameras set up outside the home. The video system captured images of the suspect, Luis Rodriguez M/35. Rodriguez was known to the victim. Det. Toby Hickey filed a criminal complaint...

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Jahan Eleazer arrested for forgery and theft by deception after passing counterfeit 100 dollar bills.
On 4/27/17 Chambersburg Police responded to the Chambersburg Hospital for a peron reportedly injecting herself with a controlled substance. Victoria Bramwell was found to be in possession of several items used to injected controlled substances into her body. These items were seized and charges were...
KELCH is wanted for stealing a township resident’s identity and credit card information to finance a 2-week stay at the Hampton Inn located at 1000 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA 19067 (Lower Makefield Township) in late December of 2016. KELCH is also wanted for Identity Theft and related offenses in...
While conducting a non related investigation, detectives were alerted to a suspected drug transaction. Detectives made contact with the suspect and set up a time and place to meet. When police arrived they found the suspect, Christy Petitjean, along with various illegal drugs. The suspect was...
On April 26, 2017 at approximately 1256 hours Doylestown Township Police responded to Kohl’s Department Store 1745 Easton Road for a report of a retail theft. Doylestown Township Police arrested Jessica Kovacs 23 y/o Hillcrest Drive Doylestown, PA for removing $209.98 worth of merchandise without...

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An arrest warrant has been issued for Alvino-Barruetea-Nava, 26, of Toughkenamon, following an incident where he is reported to have punched a 32 year-old female in her left eye, resulting in bruising and swelling. The incident is reported to have occurred on 04/16/2017, at a residence in the 1400...
On April 4, 2017, a white male entered the Lowes store on Horizon Boulevard, picked out a 6 foot ladder and proceeded to the return desk. He received a gift card for the value of the ladder and exited the store. He used his PA ID to make the return. John Musser was identified by surveillance video...
SUBJECT HAS 11 TOTAL CONTEMPT OF COURT WARRANTS WHICH ARE ALSO PROBATION VIOLATIONS
Additional Charges: X2 - FALSE ALARMS TO AGENCIES OF PUBLIC SAFETY (PROBATION VIOLATION) X2 - CONTEMPT OF COURT CONTEMTP OF COURT (DOMESTIC RELATIONS)
The Ephrata Police Department holds a warrant for James Clyde Roark, Jr. Roark is accused of DUI and was charged in 2010. He never appeared for court. Roark is a w/m/61 and was last known to have graying hair. He may be in the area, and he may be using a different name. The photo is over 10 years...

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Between April 1 and April 19, 2017, there were four (4) people cited for Public Drunkenness, all in Doylestown Borough.

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Between April 1 and April 19, 2017, there have been a total of three (3) DUI arrests, one (1) in Doylestown Borough and two (2) in New Britain Borough.

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April 18, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of Criminal Mischief to parked vehicles. The vehicles were parked along Avenue F and Woodbine Ave. in the Trevose section of the township during the overnight hours. The investigation revealed the windows of these vehicles...

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April 16, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigate several broken car windows in the Oakford Section of Trevose PA., in Bucks County. Investigation revealed the windows were broken out by a BB or pellet. It appears this occurred sometime during the overnight hours, Saturday into...

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Our department investigated a two-vehicle crash with an injury on Ferry Road at Old Iron Hill Road. One of the drivers was transported by an ambulance to an area hospital. It was determined that the driver of the Ford Fusion made a left turn without first yielding the right-of-way to the Oldsmobile...

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On April 16th 2017 Officers responded to Isaac Newtons for a report of stolen property. Officers met with two (2) female victims that stated their purses were stolen from the bar during the evening. Anyone with information are asked to call Newtown Borough Police Department.

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A Penndel Business owner reported that a Black Male, approximately 25 years old, standing 5'11" with a medium build, and wearing a pink plaid button down shirt attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase merchandise on the evening of Thursday, April 20, 2017. The male departed in a Dark...

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The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop F, Montoursville, continue their investigation of an armed robbery that occurred on March 3, 2017, at the Nittany Minit Mart located in Loyalsock Township, Lycoming County. The unknown suspect entered the Nittany Minit Mart convenience store and approached two...

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UPDATE-Driver Identified! On April 20, 2017 at 7:23 p.m., Ephrata Police investigated a hit and run vehicle accident in the 400 block of East Main Street, Ephrata Borough. A 2009 – 2011 silver or gray Acura TL sedan struck a parked vehicle and left the scene of the accident at a high rate of speed...
On 4/18/17 12 counterfeit 100 dollar bills were used to make purchases at the 3700 block of Walnut Street. The suspect is described as a black male in his 40's or 50's, 6'3" tall, approximately 350 pounds, with a bald head and he was clean shaven. He was wearing a black shirt, tan pants and white...

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