During the early morning hours of Monday, May 23, 2016 a gray Hyundai Sonata, model year between 2004 and 2008, struck a mailbox in the 1000 block of Williamsburg Road in Manor Township. The driver fled the scene but left behind several parts of their vehicle which assisted Sergeant Carolyn
Police took Michael T. MINNICH, 39, Lititz, into custody on 05/22/2016 at 6:16 PM. Police responded to a disturbance in the 400 Block North Cedar Street involving MINNICH and two other people. As a result, MINNICH was released and cited with Disorderly Conduct and summoned into District Court.
On 5/23/16, the female suspect pictured in the attached surveillance photos, walked out of Wal-Mart with a shopping cart containing stolen merchandise valued at $1,634.91. When confronted by Loss Prevention the suspect fled in a maroon minivan, also pictured in the attached surveillance photos. The suspect is described as White or Hispanic female, 30-40 years of age, with a thin face, average build, with a large tattoo on the right side of her neck and a word tattoo on her right upper arm.
On May 24, 2016 at 3:19 A.M. Lancaster City Police officers responded to a residence in the 1st blk. of Filbert St. for a trespassing in progress call. The female resident / victim stated that her ex-boyfriend, Brian Caldwell, 47-year-old male, had been banging on her door and screaming obscenities since approximately 2:30 A.M. She said that every few minutes, he would leave and return, driving a truck around the block. After doing this several times, Caldwell got out of the truck and smashed in the front window of the victim’s residence.
On 5/24/16 Chambersburg Police responded to the unit block of S Second St for a reported cardiac arrest. Upon arrival a 45 year old male was found unresponsive and not breathing. police administered Naloxone and the Chambersburg Fire Dept performed CPR without success. Investigation into the death is ongoing by the Franklin County Coroner's Office and the Chambersburg Police Department.