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Ephrata Police have completed the investigation of fatal vehicle accident that occurred on October 4, 2017 at 9:04 a.m. in the 300 block of South Reading Road, Ephrata Borough. A northbound Toyota sedan driven Ernest T. Capizzi, 64, of Lititz was struck in the rear by a northbound tractor trailer...
Ephrata Police were called for a report of a vehicle crash on Rt. 222 Northbound at approximately 12:30 am on Tuesday morning. Upon arriving, police discovered a tanker tractor trailer hauling milk which had driven off the right side of the road, down an embankment and into a wooded area. The truck...

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Ephrata Police responded to a one vehicle crash in the 100 Block of Parkveiw Heights Road Saturday evening around 9:20pm where the vehicle was overturned. The driver, Jeremiah Stoltzfoos M/19 of Lititz, PA reported he was east bound when he attempted to negotiate a curve in the roadway but lost...

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Ephrata Police are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred around 2:50-3:00am on 12-10-17. Ephrata Police were called to the intersection of South Reading Rd (PA 272) and South State St for vehicle described as a cream or white in color sedan, possibly a Mistsubishi, that reportedly...

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Ephrata Police arrested 18yr old Ethan T. Yellak 500 Blk of E. Main St., New Holland, Pa for Retail Theft following an incident at the Wal-Mart in the 800 block of East Main St., Ephrata. Yellak attempted to take a digital scale used to weigh meat and food items valued at $20.00, from the Ephrata...

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Cleason Martin, 27, of Ephrata, was charge with retail theft after he was identified as a suspect who was observed stealing a pack of flashlights from Walmart.
Brent S. Fetterman, of 305 A North Reading Rd. Ephrata, was arrested at his residence on an outstanding warrant from New Jersey for Assault. Fetterman was arrested without incident and committed to Lancaster County Prison after failing to post bail. He is awaiting extradition to New Jersey.
On 8/2/15, Ephrata Police responded to Walmart, 890 E. Main St. Ephrata Township, for a retail theft in progress. Walmart loss prevention employees were observing a female and male opening packages and concealing merchandise together. As the pair exited the store without paying for the concealed...
On 7/31/15, Ephrata Police responded to a report of a theft at Pleasant Valley Spas, 683 E. Main St. Ephrata Borough. A previous employee, James Benjamin Green, age 25, of Akron, had been caught stealing $140.00 from the cash register. Green was released and will be charged with Theft and will...

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