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Ephrata Police have completed the investigation of fatal vehicle accident that occurred on September 7, 2017 at 9:19 a.m. at the intersection of West Main Street and Lancaster Ave., Ephrata Borough. A SUV driven by Alissa K. Nolt, 21, of Denver pulled onto West Main Street from Lancaster Ave and...
On 03-22-18 at approximately 0845hrs Ephrata Police were called to the 600 Block of East Main St/ US 322 in Ephrata Borough for an accident involving a sedan and a plow truck. Investigation into the accident revealed that a sedan driven by Kristal Wissler F/44 of New Holland was west bound on Main...

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Ephrata Police arrested Adam Beears on 03-22-18 at approximately 1200hrs following an investigation into an assault which occurred during the early morning hours of 03-21-18. Adams Beears is reported to have assaulted a female in the early morning hours of 03-21-18 in the 100 Block of Grant Street...
On February 16, 2018, Ephrata Police detectives interviewed Jeffrey Garrett, 19, of Adamstown about his involvement in a robbery in which Garrett was later charged. During the interview, Garrett gave written consent for police to search his cellular phone for evidence. During an analysis of the...
The Ephrata Police Department charged Travis C. Leakey, 34, of Blue Ball, Jonathan McWilliams, 29, of Ephrata and Danielle McWilliams, 36, of Ephrata with retail theft, theft by deception and criminal conspiracy related to an investigation into multiple incidents of shoplifting and returning stolen...

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Ephrata Police recently charged Kate E. Witwer, 30, of Ephrata with Theft of a handgun and Carrying a Firearm without a License. Ephrata Police received a tip from a Lancaster County Probation Officer that a client may have stolen a gun from a residence in the first block of Charles Street, Ephrata...

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Retail Theft charges have been filed against Scott Pess Wentzel, age 27, of Denver, following an incident at Kmart in Ephrata Township on 1/14/18. Store employees and customers observed Wentzel carry a large TV valued at $400 from the store without paying for it. The TV was still wrapped in the...
On February 3, 2018 at 2:25 a.m., Ephrata Police responded to a pedestrian struck in the 400 block of East Main Street, Ephrata Borough. Police arrived and found Abby R. Grimm, 44, of Ephrata lying in the street with a serious head injury. Through the police investigation a suspect vehicle...
Ephrata Police were called Tuesday evening 1-31-18 around 8:15pm to the Family Dollar Store at the Cloister Shopping Center in the 100 Block of N. Reading Rd (PA 272) for a male inside the store who appeared intoxicated it was reported he was staggering and falling against the store shelves. Police...
On January 30, 2018 at 4:12 a.m., Ephrata Police were dispatched to the Ephrata Review Building at 1 East Main Street, Ephrata Borough for a 911 hang-up call. Police arrived and found a glass door on the west side of the building smashed. Police entered the building and found Brendan Alan Weaver,...

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On 11/28/17 Ephrata Police took two subjects into custody on outstanding Lancaster County bench warrants. Ryan Finkbinder, age 37, was located at a vacant house in the 400 Block of N. State St. in Ephrata Borough. Linette Roonan, age 31, of Lititz, was located in the 100 Block of N Reading Rd. in...
Ephrata Police are investigating a Hit and Run accident that occurred around 3:00pm on 11-21-17 in the 100 block of South Reading Road (PA. 272) near the Blue Ridge Cable TV Office and Royer's Flower Shop. Ephrata Police received information from a female driver from Akron, PA who reported she was...

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Ephrata Police responded to a single vehicle crash involving a car which lost control, overturned and struck the porch of a home in the 500 block of North State Street in Ephrata Borough at approximately 3:09 AM on Saturday morning. The vehicle was driven by James P. Faish, of Ephrata. He suffered...

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On 11/4/17 at 1856 hrs, Ephrata Police responded to a vehicle accident involving two vehicles on the ramps between RT 272 south and RT 322 east. A vehicle driven by Jeremy Getz, age 47, of Ephrata, crossed the double yellow center line and struck an oncoming vehicle. No one was injured in the...

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On 11/4/17 at 0050 hrs, Ephrata Police responded to a one vehicle accident on N. Ridge Rd. at Resh Rd. in West Cocalico Township. David Hoffman, age 60, of Lebanon, stated he swerved to miss a deer and lost control of his vehicle. Hoffman’s vehicle left the roadway on a turn and struck and sheared...

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Ephrata Police responded on 2-13-18 at approximately 3:10pm for a vehicle accident in the 500 block of East Main St (US 322) involving two vehicles with one vehicle rolled over onto its roof. Ephrata Police determined that a Honda sedan driven by Prudencio Aviles Jr 42/M, from Cotton St, Reading...

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Ephrata Police at approximately 1025pm on 2-2-18 responded to a single vehicle crash at Girlscout and Hillside Roads in West Cocalico Township. Police found a white Ford driven by a 16yr old female from Annville, PA failed to negotiate a slight curve at the intersection and drove off the right side...

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On Saturday 2/3/18 at 0225hrs, Ephrata Police responded to the 400 block of E. Main Street for a hit & run crash involving a pedestrian. Addy Grimm F/44 of Ephrata was struck by a vehicle as she attempted to cross E. Main Street. The striking vehicle did not stop and subsequently fled the scene...

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Ephrata Police at approximately 1203am on 1-30-18 investigated a roll over crash in the 300 block of West Main St, Ephrata Borough involving three vehicles. Police determined a 4x4 Jeep was traveling west in the 300 Block of West Main St when the driver, 18yr old Alvin M. Kinsinger of Leed Hill Rd...

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Ephrata Police are investigating a retail theft that occurred Monday evening 1-29-18 around 9:10pm at the Big Lots store in the 300 Block of North Reading Road. The Big Lots which is located next to Planet Fitness reported a white male enter the store wearing a brown coat and blue jeans walked...

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