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Rhonda Lynn Diehl, 44, of Columbia was charged with three (3) counts of retail theft after several incidents at the Musser's Market in Columbia. On Monday, 07-25-16 Diehl took items from the store and went out through a cashier lane that was not opened. Police identfied the female who took the...

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Marquell Robert Rentas, 17 of Columbia as an adult with the following charges after an incident on 07-29-16. Attempted Criminal Homicide of Law Enforcement Officer Conspiracy to commit Criminal Homicide of Law Enforcement Officer Aggravated Assault Assault of Law Enforcement Officer Possession of...
Trenton Michael Nace, 18 of Columbia was charged with the following after an incident that occurred on 07-29-16 at approx. 3:25AM. Attempted Criminal Homicide Conspiracy to commit Criminal Homicide of Law Enforcement Officer Aggravated Assault Assault of Law Enforcement Officer Recklessly...
On July 29, 2016, shortly after 9pm, a NHPD Officer observed Jeffrey Fronina (age 50 of New Holland) staggering along West Franklin Street. The NHPD Officer stopped Fronina and determined that he was intoxicated. Fronina was given a portable breath test and his results showed a BAC of .25%. Fronina...
This handsome medium sized male dog was found in the 200 Blk of S Fourth Street in Columbia Borough. He appears to be fairly young and extremely smart and friendly. He had no tags and was not micro chipped. If anyone knows his owner, please call the Columbia Borough Police Department at (717)684-...
On 7/29/16 at 1652hrs, Ephrata Police arrested Anthony Kashner, age 33, of Ephrata, in the 1600 block of W. Main St. in Ephrata Borough. Kashner was wanted on warrants for Domestic Relations, traffic and drug offenses. Kashner was transported to Lancaster County Prison.
Shawn Killinger, 31, of the 200 block of Main Street, Denver, PA was charged with Prohibited Offensive Weapons and 3 drug charges after an incident that occurred at his residence on Thursday June 30, 2016 at 1145 hours. East Cocalico Township Police officers were dispatched to Killinger's residence...

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