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Eric P. Keener was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance as a result of an incident in the 200 block of Miller St.
Zachariah Kaster was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia as a result of a traffic stop on Historic Drive in Strasburg on 12/26/2018.
On February 8, 2019 at 4:00 p.m., Ephrata Police investigated a strong-arm robbery near the intersection of Peach Alley and Church Ave., Ephrata Borough. The victim reported that he was lured to the area under the ruse of purchasing marijuana; instead, two subjects forcefully removed over $500 from...

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On Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 0234 hrs: Officer Gabe Rimolo conducted a traffic stop on a white Honda Passport traveling in the 300 blk of W. Main Street in Mountville Borough. The operator was identified as Carlos Nelson Vega-Alicea (23) of Lancaster. While speaking with Vega-Alicea, Ofc. Rimolo...
On Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 1120 hrs: Officers responded to the Rutter’s Farm Store on Hempland Road for a reported vandalism to a vehicle. A 20 year old female victim reported that Joshua J. Morley (20) of Lancaster had just broken her vehicle windshield, the passenger side mirror and an...
On Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 2302 hrs: Officer Ryan McKernan was on routine patrol in the area of Chickies Rock County Park and located an occupied vehicle parked at the Clayton-Shenk’s parking area in the 800 blk of Old Chickies Hill Road. The Lancaster County Parks and all township owned...
Alec Chase Rothfus was charged with the listed offenses as a result of a traffic stop in the 200 block of N. Decatur St. in Strasburg Borough on 10/19/2018.

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On January 8, 2016 at 2:26 p.m. Ephrata Police Department investigated a vehicle accident in the 2800 block of North Reading Road, Adamstown Borough. A vehicle traveling northbound driven by Michelle R. Wentzel, 44, of Denver, crossed into the opposing lane of travel, struck a guardrail and then...
The Ephrata Police Department was notified by the Lehigh County Coroner’s Office that fire victim, James T. Ramsay, died on January 7, 2016 at 2:35 p.m. The cause of death was smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire, which occurred on 12/31/15, was listed as accidental – careless smoking.
On 1/2/16, Ephrata Police responded to a residence in the 100 Block of W. Main St. in Adamstown Borough, for a report of domestic violence. The family reported a 17 year old male struck another male family member in the face and head several times causing injury. The 17 year old male has been...

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Ephrata Police responded to a crash involving white BMW sedan which left the roadway and struck a tree, partially rolling before landing back on the roadway. The male driver, Santos Diaz-Colon, 30 of Ephrata, was the only person in the vehicle and was taken to Reading Hospital with a laceration and...

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On 1/7/15, a discovered overnight burglary was reported at the Verizon Store in the Mill Creek Square complex on Lincoln Highway East. Entry was gained into the business sometime overnight. A large amount of high end smart phones and tablets were stolen. Loss is estimated at over $37,000.

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***UPDATED INFORMATION 10/7/2016***** Det. Toby Hickey was able to track down the driver of the black Dodge truck. The driver is cooperating with the investigation. The driver is not being publicly identified as no criminal charges have been filed as of this date. There is no danger to the general...

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At 3:45 am, Saturday, 10/1/16, an unknown male exposed himself to a female employee at the Bridgeport Turkey Hill store. The male suspect was described as a very tall White male, 20-25 years of age, with a thin build, and short blonde hair, driving a green Chevrolet pickup truck. The male fully...

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On 9/26/16, the male and female suspects pictured in the attached surveillance photos, stole cash and credit cards from an employee's purse at Paradise Village candles. The suspects then used the credit cards to make over $2,000 worth of fraudulent purchases at Target and Wawa stories. The male...

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The East Earl Township Police Department is investigating an access device fraud that occurred on September 8, 2016 at approximately 6:15 PM. The pictured black female used the victim’s bank account information to make $56.43 in unauthorized purchases from several businesses in the Wyomissing, PA...

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At about 1:30 pm, Wednesday, 9/28/16, a Black male entered the hair Direct office in Greenfield Corporate Center and asked for an application for employment. The male left the office, then returned a short time later and asked for a glass of water. The Hair Direct employee left the office area to...

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