Police Incidents from 5/19/19 thru 6/8/19

WARRANT SERVICE: On 5-19-19 police responded to McDonald’s, 1755 Columbia Ave, for a disturbance.  Following investigation, Luz Gonzales (32) of Lancaster was found to have a warrant out of Lancaster County.  Gonzales was taken into custody and transported to Lancaster County Prison.

POSSESS WEAPON ON SCHOOL PROPERTY: On 5-23-19 police responded to Landisville Education Center, 220 Church St, for a weapon (utility knife) found on school property.  Following investigation, an 11-year old male student of Columbia was charged with Possess Weapon on School Property (M1).

VEHICLE THEFT: On 5-23-19 police responded to the 700 block of Farmingdale Rd for a reported vehicle theft.  Between 1400-1845 hours on this date a black Honda Civic, valued at $21,000.00, was taken from the victim’s property.  On 6-1-19 the Philadelphia Police Department located the vehicle in the 2000 block of East York St in Philadelphia.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 5-24-19 police conducted a traffic stop in the 1700 block of Marietta Ave.  The driver, Shonnel Dasilva (45) of Mountville, was found to have a warrant through the Columbia Borough Police Department.  Dasilva was taken into custody and turned over to a Columbia Borough police officer.

HARASSMENT: On 5-24-19 a 13-year old female student of Lancaster was cited with Harassment (S), stemming from an altercation that occurred on a school bus while traveling on Good Dr in the area of Harrisburg Pk.

DOG LAW VIOLATION: On 5-26-19 police located a dog in the 600 block of Gentry Dr.  Following investigation, it was determined Linda Wiggins (64) of Lancaster is the owner of the dog.  Wiggins was cited with Confined Within Premises of the Owner (S) and Vaccination against Rabies Required (S).

BURGLARY: On 5-27-19 police responded to the 2800 block of Terry Ln for a reported burglary.  Between 1200-1930 hours on this date, actor(s) entered the residence and shed removing various items.  Estimated value of loss $1,250.00.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 5-28-19 police responded to the 100 block of Centerville Rd for a 2-vehicle accident.  The driver of one of the vehicles, Brian King (45) of Lancaster, was found to have 3 traffic warrants out of Lancaster City.  King was taken into custody and transported to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department.

HARASSMENT: On 5-28-19 a 15-year old male student of East Petersburg was cited with Harassment (S), stemming from an incident that occurred at Hempfield High School, 200 Stanley Ave, on 5-17-19.

THEFT: On 5-28-19 it was reported that items were taken from a residence in the 1500 block of Stony Battery Rd while several moving companies were at the location moving boxes.  Total estimated value of loss $850.00.

DOG LAW VIOLATION: On 5-28-19 police responded to the first block of Madge Dr for a found dog.  Following investigation, Jessie Phillips (34) of Lancaster was charged with Confined Within Premises of Owner (M3), Application Dog License (S) and Vaccination against Rabies Required (S).

HARASSMENT: On 5-29-19 a 14-year old male student of Lancaster and a 14-year old male student of East Petersburg were both cited with Harassment(S), stemming from an altercation at Centerville Middle School, 865 Centerville Rd, on 5-20-19.

HARASSMENT: On 5-29-19 a 14-year old male student of Lancaster and a 14-year old male student of East Petersburg were both cited with Harassment (S), stemming from an altercation at Centerville Middle School, 865 Centerville Rd, on 5/29/19.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 5-30-19 police responded to McDonald’s, 1755 Columbia Ave, for a suspicious activity complaint.  Following investigation, Arthur West III (31) of Lancaster was found to have a warrant through St Lucie County, FL.  West was taken into custody and transported to Lancaster County Prison for extradition.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 5-31-19 police ran a speed detail in the 1800 block of Junction Rd.  Edwin Boyer (37) of Wrightsville was stopped and was found to have multiple warrants.  He was taken into custody and transported to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department.

THEFT:  On 6-1-19 it was reported that a package was delivered to the 1700 block of Marietta Ave on 5-24-19 and the intended recipient never received the package.  Total estimated value of loss $86.00.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: On 6-2-19 police responded to the 2800 block of Columbia Ave for a vandalism report.  Sometime between 0230-0400 hours on this date, actor(s) threw a cinder block through the victim’s vehicle’s windshield.  Total estimated damage $500.00.

DOG LAW VIOLATION: On 6-3-19 Kimberly Lutz (59) of Lancaster was cited with Confined Within Premises of the Owner (S), stemming from an incident that occurred 6-1-19 where her dog was found running at large in the 2700 block of Saddleback Dr.

HARASSMENT: On 6-3-19 Olivia Wander (18) of Landisville was cited with Harassment(S), stemming from a domestic altercation on 5-28-19 in the 1600 block of English Brook Dr.

THEFT: On 6-3-19 it was reported that an iPhone 10 was taken from the Isaacs, 245 Centerville Rd, sometime between 1900-1915 hours on 6-2-19.  Estimated value of loss $700.00.

THEFT: On 6-3-19 it was reported that a Coldwell Banker realtor sign was taken from the corner of Centerville Rd and Chapel Forge Rd on 5-31-19 sometime between 0800-1300 hours.  Total estimated value of loss $40.00.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 6-4-19 police responded to Columbia Ave in the area of Centerville Rd for a vehicle accident.  A passenger, Amanda Hamilton (38) of Lancaster, was found to have a warrant through Dauphin County.  Hamilton was taken into custody and transported to Lancaster County Prison.

RETAIL THEFT: On 6-5-19 police responded to That Fish Place, 237 Centerville Rd, for the report of a retail theft.  Jennifer Brommer (56) of Marietta was observed through video surveillance placing items in her purse and on her person then leaving the store without making payment.  This occurred on both 5-2-19 and 6-3-19.  Brommer was charged with Retail Theft (F3) for each incident. Total amount of loss $298.21.

WARRANT SERVICE: On 6-7-19 police conducted a traffic stop on Rohrerstown Rd in the area of Harrogate Rd.  The driver, Lee Rivera-Ramos (30) of Philadelphia was found to have an active Domestic Relations warrant with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department.  Rivera-Ramos was taken into custody and turned over to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department.

THEFT: On 6-8-19 police responded to the Hempfield Area Recreation Commission, 950 Church St, for a reported theft.  Between 1440-1700 hours this date, actor(s) used a bolt cutter to remove a padlock from a locker and removed a wallet.  Unknown value of loss at this time.