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Daily News Release – Thursday, June 13, 2019 Sergeant Michael Piacentino, Public Information Officer Office: (717) 569-6401 Ext. 1583 Cell: (717) 340-2130 ARRESTS 1. Public Drunkenness Arrest, 10:30 a.m., Monday, June 10, 2019, 800 block Pleasure Road (MT) – Rachel Joy Wittig, F/27, of Lancaster,...
Warwick Township Homeowners called the NLCRPD this morning after they discovered that somebody entered their unlocked home sometime during the night. Reporting party first noticed that somebody had entered his unlocked vehicle. Perpetrator(s) took $20.00 in cash from his car. The subject(s) took...
Anyone with information concerning thefts from vehicles in Warwick Township is asked to contact the NLCRPD at 717-733-0965 or via the Lancaster County Wide Communications Center at Police Dispatch: (717) 664-1180 or (800) 957-2677. Information can also be provided at nlcrpd.org. All information...

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The NLCRPD is investigating a series of theft from parked vehicles in Warwick Township. Various items are being removed from the vehicles during the overnight periods. These articles include small electronic items, cash, and other valuables. Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and to call...

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The NLCRPD is investigating a series of theft from parked vehicles in Warwick Township. Various items are being removed from the vehicles during the overnight periods. These articles include small electronic items, cash, and other valuables. Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and to call...

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On 6/11/19 Ephrata Police stopped a vehicle for expired registration in the 300 block of N. Reading Rd. in Ephrata Township. A passenger in the vehicle, Vincent Dull, age 27, of Ephrata, falsely identified himself to police. It was determined Dull was wanted on a Lancaster County bench warrant...

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The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department continues the investigation into events involving damages to residential structures and parked vehicles by individuals spray painting the property. On June 8 , many property owners awoke to find their homes and cars damaged by senseless acts...

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The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department continues the investigation into events involving damages to residential structures and parked vehicles by individuals spray painting the property. On June 8 , many property owners awoke to find their homes and cars damaged by senseless acts...

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The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department continues the investigation into events involving damages to residential structures and parked vehicles by individuals spray painting the property. On June 8 , many property owners awoke to find their homes and cars damaged by senseless acts...

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The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department continues the investigation into events involving damages to residential structures and parked vehicles by individuals spray painting the property. On June 8 , many property owners awoke to find their homes and cars damaged by senseless acts...

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