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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Lancaster County Veterans Court Graduates Largest-Ever Class on Vietnam Anniversary
Lancaster County Veterans Court, which launched 4 years ago, had its largest-ever graduating class at a recent ceremony. Read about that event and how the specialty court has saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands: https://goo.gl/GsGbmD
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On Friday 7/17/15, at 2330 hrs, Ephrata Police investigated a fatal vehicle accident in the 900 Block Of Glenwood Dr. Ephrata Township. A motorcycle driven by Richard Kittler, age 33, of Ephrata, traveled into the middle of the oncoming lane and struck a pickup truck driven by John Slider, age 60,...
Police responded to 11 West Lincoln Avenue on 07-17-2015 at 2:30 pm following a complaint regarding Harold KEPPLEY, 84, urinating from his porch, during which time his exposed penis was visible to the public. KEPPLEY was cited with Disorderly Conduct and has been summoned into District Court.
Ephrata Police received a report of a Bank Robbery at the Ephrata National Bank in the first block of East Main Street, Ephrata Borough on 7-16-15 at approximately 1425hrs. The downtown ENB drive through bank, which also has a walk in counter, was robbed at gun point this afternoon by what appeared...
On 7/1/2015 at about 8:00 pm, the Strasburg Police were called to a domestic dispute in the 100 block of West Main St. Taluba was cited for Harassment and Criminal Mischief following the investigation.