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At 0006 hours Saturday, August 6, 2015 police were called to a residence in the 1st block of Bucknell Avenue, Lancaster, PA for a report of a subject being chased by his step father with a machete.  The victim left the scene in his vehicle and met with the police.  The victim, a 20 year of age male, reported to Officer Clay Smoker that he had argued with his step father about him not returning to college for the upcoming semester.  After the argument became more heated his step father, Samuel Powell, age 51, retrieved a machete from the trunk of his vehicle and approache

Lower Paxton Twp. Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred this morning (August 23rd) at the Metro Bank, 4700 Jonestown Rd.  The subject in the photos entered the bank and presented a note to the teller.  No weapon was displayed.  The teller complied with the note and the subject fled the bank toward Orchard St. and was last seen running eastbound on Orchard St.  Anyone who can identify the subject is urged to contact the Police Department through Dauphin County Control at (717) 558-6900.

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On August 22nd 2015 Carlisle Police were flagged down by security from the Gingerbread man reference a theft that had just occured inside the restaurant.  A male was seen running from the area and a perimeter was quickly established.  The male was located near the Pomfret St parking garage and taken into custody.  The victim's wallet was located where the male was hiding and was returned to the owner.  Once placed under arrest, the susepct, identified as Brandon Grey, was found to be in possession of a glass crack pipe and a small amount of marijuana.

TOBIAS was observed by WalMart Loss Prevention/Asset Protection staff concealing items, which she did not pay for when she went through a point of sale.  TOBIAS was stopped by the LP/AP staff and found to be in possession of $53 in merchandise, which she had not paid for.

TOBIAS will be summoned for 1 ct of retail theft through a complaint filed before MDJ Brewbaker.

Shippensburg Police received a driver's license belonging to Megan Hanlon. The driver's license was found in the 100 block of East Martin Ave. It can be claimed at the Shippensburg Police Station.