Criminal Mischief – A resident in the 100 block of Julia Lane reported that between Wednesday and Saturday someone shot 15 BB/pellet holes in the vinyl siding at his residence. No damage estimate provide.
This crash occurred on June 9 at 5:37pm in the parking lot of Dollar General, Jackson Township, Lebanon County. This crash occurred as Unit 1 a grey in color Chevrolet flatbed pick-up truck backed into Unit 2. Unit 1 contacted Unit 2 causing minor damage to Unit 2’s rear bumper. Unit 1 then fled the scene in a westbound direction on SR 422. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP-Jonestown.
North Londonderry Township
North Londonderry Township police cited a 31 year old Palmyra man with a summary Retail Theft after an incident that occurred at WalMart on June 3rd, 2019. He took merchandise valued at $115.
One June 7 at 2:40pm on the 1200 block of W. Main Street, a vehicle driven by a 28 year old Myerstown woman struck the rear of a vehicle driven by a 37 year old East Berlin man. No injuries. The woman was cited for “Following too close.”
On June 8 around midnight, a stolen vehicle was reported to PSP Jonestown. The vehicle, a tan 2002 Honda Civic, was reported stolen from the parking lot of Frog’s Hollow Tavern on SR 72 in Swatara Twp. The vehicle had a Philadelphia Eagles license plate on the front and a Philadelphia Eagles sticker in the rear windshield. The vehicle was reported stolen approximately between 0000 hours and 0045 hours on this date. Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper Tomko at PSP Jonestown and reference Incident Number PA2019-763249. Stolen: 2002 Honda Civic, valued at $5,000.
West Cornwall Township
Accident – Occurred Friday, 2:20 PM, in front of 3190 Lebanon Road (SR 72). Vehicle driven by a 67 year old Phoenixville man was traveling south on SR 72, crossed into the northbound lanes and collided with vehicles driven by a 54 year old Lancaster man; an 82 year old Mountville man; and a 32 year old Mohnton man. No injuries. Three vehicles had to be towed. Investigation continues.
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