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On 5/15/17 at 2208 hrs, out of concern for her welfare, several passersby reported a female lying on a sidewalk in the 1000 Block of Pointview Ave. in Ephrata Borough. Ephrata Police responded and located Keysha McNally, age 21, of Akron, manifestly under the influence of alcohol. McNally will...
UPDATE: Male has been identified by helpful tips from the public. Thank you to all who responded! Ephrata Police Department is trying to ID this man suspected of retail theft and the vehicle involved? Incident occurred at Walmart on Saturday 5/13/17 around 1130am. Please contact us direct at 717...
Ephrata Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at Turkey Hill, 903 South State Street, Ephrata Borough on Saturday May 13, 2017 at 8:53 p.m. A masked subject entered the store, displayed a handgun, demanded cash, stole cartons of cigarettes and the contents of the cash drawer and...
On 5/12/17 at 1701 hrs, Ephrata Police responded to a one vehicle accident in the first block of S. Line Rd. in West Cocalico Township. A black Saab, driven by Alison Polynone, age 31, of Ephrata, left the roadway, struck and severed a utility pole and rolled over. Polynone was taken to a hospital...

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On 5/11/17 at 0509 hrs, Ephrata Police assisted Lincoln Fire Department with a report of a gas leak at the Burger King Restaurant, 310 N Reading Rd. in Ephrata Township. Out of an abundance of caution, approximately 20 customers and employees were evacuated from the building while the extent of the...

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On 5/2/17, James Clyde Roark Jr, age 61, of Lititz, was taken into custody on a warrant for DUI charges from a 2010 incident in Ephrata Borough. Roark evaded arrest until recent tips from the community identified his exact location. The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department assisted...
Ephrata Police have filed charges against Thomas Horning, age 24, of Ephrata, stemming from a hit and run accident on 4/20/17 in Ephrata Borough. Horning alleged he was texting when he ran into a parked vehicle. He then fled at a high rate of speed, running a stop sign, a red light, caused his...
On 4/29/17 at 0845 hrs., Ephrata Police were called for a shirtless male dancing around erratically in a business parking lot in the 400 block of N. Reading Rd. in Ephrata Borough. Police located the male acting strangely and determined he was under the influence of controlled substances. The male...
On April 25, 2017 Ephrata Police filed charges against Joseph J. Braun, 65, of Lancaster for his involvement in a vehicle accident in November of 2016. On Friday, November 18, 2016 at 4:15pm, Ephrata Police investigated a crash involving two vehicles in the first block of East Mohler Church Road,...
Steven M. Keen, age 32, of Ephrata, has been charged with DUI following an incident on Saturday 4/22/17 at 0220 hrs. Ephrata Police observed a vehicle driving on two flat tires in the 100 block of N State St in Ephrata Borough. The vehicle was stopped in the 300 block where police found Keen...

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On Wed. April 12, 2017 at 5:33pm Ephrata Police responded to a three vehicle crash involving a motorcycle and two other vehicles. A Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Donald Sweigart, 78, of Akron rear ended a Honda motorcycle ridden by Dustin Raysor, 30, of Leola, which then collided with a Honda...

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Ephrata Police investigated a one vehicle accident at approximately 9:50am involving an armored truck. An armored truck from Garda company (Berks Co.) was traveling south on N. Reading Road when just before the intersection with Bowmansville Road the truck driver reported he had to brake suddenly...

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Ephrata Police responded to a roll over vehicle crash in the 300 block of Meadow Valley Road just west of the Royer Road intersection. Police arrived to find a semi-conscious male laying on the roadway outside his overturned small Chevrolet SUV with a dog nearby. Ephrata Police were able to...

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On 4/7/17 at 1631hrs, Ephrata Police investigated a report of a vehicle accident with blocking, involving two vehicles on Rettew Mill Rd. at Meadow Valley Rd. in Ephrata Township. A vehicle driven by Nancy Bouder, of Akron, pulled from a STOP sign striking another vehicle on Rettew Mill Rd. No one...

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On 4/7/17 at 1429hrs, Ephrata Police responded to an accident involving one vehicle on E. Burkholder Dr. in Ephrata Township, where the vehicle lost control and struck a utility pole. The driver stated he thought there was a spider on his lap and panicked and lost control of the vehicle. The driver...

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The Lancaster County Coroner’s Officer informed the Ephrata Police Department that at 6:55 p.m. on Friday April 14, 2017, Edward W. Falk, 58, of Lititz, died as a result of injuries he received in a vehicle accident which occurred in Ephrata Township on April 10, 2017. On April 10, 2017 at 2:55 p.m...
During the week of March 6-10, 2017, Northern Lancaster County experienced thefts from vehicles parked in school and business parking lots during daylight. One of these schools was the Ephrata High School lot. Subsequently, a person was recorded using one of the stolen credit cards for a purchase...
On March 3, 2017 at 4:19 p.m. an unknown male suspect failed to pay for apparel at Walmart, 890 East Main Street, Ephrata Township. The suspect fled the store in a sliver mini-van. If you are able to identify the suspect, please contract Officer Rodriguez at 717-738-9200 X 237.
At 4:40 a.m. the Ephrata Police were dispatched to the Turkey Hill at 3585 Rothsville Road, Ephrata Township, for a robbery that had just occurred. It was reported that a white male entered the store and demanded cash and a carton of cigarettes. He left on foot. The suspect is described as wearing...

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On Friday February 17, 2017 at approximately 3:05 a.m. the Ephrata Police responded to a report of "Shots Fired" outside a residence in the 100 Block of Ridge Avenue, Ephrata Township. Officers found that two persons, using two handguns fired 15-20 shots into the ground and into an unoccupied...

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