24 Volunteers Added to Youth Aid Panels for Lancaster County Communities
Two dozen volunteers were recently honored as certified members of Youth Aid Panels across Lancaster County. Read about Youth Aid Panel and what these volunteers will be doing: http://bit.ly/2WuUgAX
Lancaster County Schools Equipped with Life-Saving Kits for Mass-Trauma Incidents
The Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office purchased starter kits with tourniquets and other emergency-response items, and recently distributed them to school resource officers. Read what is in the kits and how they can save lives: http://bit.ly/2CHpwnb
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The NLCRPD filed criminal charges against DANIEL JAMES LEAF for a residential burglary that took place on June 28, 2015 in the first block of Church Street, Lititz. LEAF and an accomplice identified as JOSHUA AARON KEITH WEIDMAN, age 19, after the two removed a window air conditioning unit to gain...
Ephrata Police responded for a male lying on the neighbor's porch shortly after midnight; 1210am. Police arrived to find a male asleep on the front porch of a home in the first block of Church Avenue. The male identified as Ronald Simmons M/54 from the 100 block of Marion Terrace Ephrata was found...
At 1358 hours Sunday, June 15, 2015 Manor Township Police responded to a report of a disturbance call in the 1000 block of Indian Marker Road involving an intoxicated male. When Officers Matthew Wolf and Phillip Eck arrived in the area a witness advised the Officers that Doug Engle, who was highly...
Ephrata Police were called by Wawa management to the Wawa store in the 600 Block of South Reading Road for a possible intoxicated male reported to be stumbling around the parking lot. Police arrived to find a male slumped next to a trash can at the front entrance to the store. Police identified the...