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 received information that a wanted subject identified as ANTHONY LEE SUMNER, age 35 was at an apartment located at 14 Church Street, Lititz. This apartment is being rented by his wife, Tabitha SUMNER. Anthony SUMNER was wanted on an outstanding felony warrant for Receiving Stolen...
Single vehicle crash: Vehicle driven by Elena I. Akinin F/53 of Talbotville Road, Honey Brook, Pa. crashed into a utility pole in the 1000 block of West Main Street (US 322) around 1025pm. Fire units from Linolcn Fire Department responded and had to extricate Ms. Akinin from her vehicle. Ms. Akinin...
On April 9, 2015 an employee of WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital reported that her wallet containing $50 was stolen from her unlocked hospital locker. During the investigation, Ephrata Police interviewed witnesses and reviewed video surveillance footage. On April 28, 2015, Ephrata Police filed...
Report of a discovered overnight theft from vehicle at a residence in the 200 blk of Little Creek Road. A purse containing cash and personal identification was taken from the vehicle. The vehicle was unlocked at the time and was not damaged.
Ephrata Police cited Cleason R. Martin, 27, of Ephrata with retail theft after he failed to pay for $16.98 worth of cough syrup at Giant, 850 East Main Street, Ephrata Township on April 24, 2015 at 0002 hours.