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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Kyle A. Peters, 20, of Lititz was charged with one count of Corruption of Minors, a third degree felony and one count of Indecent Assault, a second degree misdemeanor. Peters was arrested after a lengthy investigation was inititated on behalf of a Lititz juvenile who reported being sexually...
On 11/9/15, ELTPD responded to a discovered overnight burglary and theft at the Smoketown Motor Lodge, 190 Eastbrook Rd. Sometime overnight forced entry was made into the office area of the motel. An undetermined amount of cash currency was stolen from the office. Anyone with information is asked...
On 11/8/15, a male victim reported that his wallet was stolen while pumping gas at the Wawa store, 2132 Lincoln Highway East. The victim discovered later that unauthorized charges were made on two of his credit cards a McDonald's, Wawa and Timberland stores.
Reported on 11/8/15 that a red Huffy Trail Runner 24 inch bicycle, with a black & pink seat, was stolen sometime overnight from the property of a residence in the 400 blk of E. Main St. Leola. Bicycle was valued at $75.00.
On 11/6/15, a female victim reported that her purse was stolen from a shopping cart while she was shopping at A.T. Imports, 180 Greenfield Rd. The victim was later notified that unauthorized charges in the amount of $199.88 were made on her Debit card.