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On 4/25/17, Maurice Dotson stole the victim's vehicle.
On 4/18/17, Melinda Steimling and Nickole May stole $54.42 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
Jose Acosta Jr
On 05-05-17 at 11:49AM the Columbia Borough Police were called to the Wagon Werks for a trespassing complaint. During the investigation police located Jose Angel Acosta Jr. H/M/19, address unknown. It was determined that Acosta had a Lancaster County Bench Warrant. Acosta will be turned over to the...

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On 4/18/17, Nickole May and Melinda Steimling stole $54.42 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
On 4/16/17, at 1:23 am, Dylan Turpin was intoxicated, kicked the closed doors at Walmart, and scuffled with Security.

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CPD UNITS RECEIVED A REPORT OF A PFA VIOLATION IN THE 300 BLK OF W RIDGE ST. WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP POLICE, GARY L STRAW, JR. WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR THE VIOLATION. HE WAS TAKEN TO CUMBERLAND COUNTY PRISON FOR ARRAIGNMENT.

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The NLCRPD filed charges of Theft by Deception against DAVID LEE BRANDT, age 38, 1963 Cider Press Road, Manheim. BRANDT is accused of writing two checks to Longenecker's Hardware, Manheim in excess of $500.00 for various items from the store.
On 10/23/2015 the NLCRPD responded to a reported domestic disturbance. Officers on-scene observed recent physical injures to an adult female victim. The injuries were alleged to have occured over a three day period, between 10/18/2015 thru 10/20/2015, from the suspect who was identified as 47 year...
On 10/25/2015 members of the NLCRPD responded to the Ephrata Hospital for a stabbing which was to have occured in Warwick Township. An adult male victim was interviewed and the investigation determined that he had allegedly been stabbed in the back of the neck by a female identified as VERONICA...
On October 21st, 2015, at 1834 hours, Swatara Township Police responded to the 3000 block of Derry Street in the Borough of Paxtang for report of a large fight involving several females. While officers were enroute, dispatchers advised that they were receiving calls of shots being fired at the same...

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