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WalMart Asset Protection contacted Carlisle Police Department (CPD) about a retail theft incident that was discovered on Tuesday 5 April 2016 at 1324 hrs at the Carlisle WalMart, where a W/F removed a sewing machine and another item from display, walked past points of sale and then returned the items to customer service for a gift card refund.  Asset Protection also determined similar incidents had happened in March at the Silver Spring Twp and Shippensburg Twp WalMarts involving the same suspect.

CPD conducted an investigation and determined Erin M GIPE was the W/F suspect.

Bonnie Haldeman, 59, of the 1700 block of Kramer Mill Road, Denver, PA was charged with Retail Theft after an incident that occurred at the Weaver's Markets located at 2610 North Reading Road in East Cocalico Township on Thursday April 28, 2016.  At 1134 hours a store employee witnessed Haldeman taking numerous grocery items from the store without paying for them.  The groceries taken were valued at $78.48.  Haldeman was taken into custody and issued a citation for a first offense Retail Theft.  She was released after being processed.  

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On 04/28/2016 the Carlisle Police Department arrested Christopher Arrigo of Carlisle, Pa on a warrant. Arrigo was wanted by the Carlisle Police for charges of rape and sexual assault. Carlisle Police units located Arrigo at his residence and took him into custody without incident. Arrigo was transported to Cumberland County Prison where he is awaiting trial. 

The Steelton Police are investigating a motor vehicle theft that occurred on 04-27-16. Someone stole a 2002 gray Jeep Cherokee from the 100 block of Conestoga Street with a Pennsylvania registration HTN-1571. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Steelton Police at 717-939-9841.

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On 04-26-16 the Steelton Police responded to a domestic violence call in the 300 block of Locust Street. Officers did arrest Eliud Montanez-Castro for possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

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