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On April 16, 2017, at approx. 1214 hrs., Officers Codi Herr and Michael Deitz encountered a hispanic male, who was sleeping in Farnum Park, located at 260 W. Strawberry Street in Lancaster City. The officers noticed that the male had a make-shift camp site around him. They awoke the male, later...
On Tuesday April 11, 2017 an Amazon Kindle Fire was found on the sidewalk in front of a residence on the 400 blk. E. Orange St. The tablet is likely the property of a child/student. The lock screen identifies the item as "kk 's fire". Take a look at the photos and see if this is your child's lost...

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On Tuesday March 15, 2016 at approximately 12:17 pm, Officers from D Platoon and members of CID went to a residence on the 100 blk. Fairview Ave. for a warrant service. Officers learned that an occupant of the house, identified as Yusuf R. Brown, had an active parole violation warrant from PA State...
On 4 March, 2016 (Fri.) Ofc. Andrew Mease and Sgt. Damon Greathouse conducted a vehicle stop in the 400 blk S. Duke St. for a stop sign violation. The passenger of the vehicle, later identified as Robert Lee Burks, 21-year-old male, fled from Ofc. Mease who engaged in a foot chase with the suspect...
UPDATE: BOGGS IS IN CUSTODY. He surrended at the Lancaster City Police station on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. On January 4, 2016 Lancaster City Police published a video of suspects from a robbery. The robbery had taken place on December 17, 2015 at 611 N. Plum St. Lancaster, PA. Through his investigation...

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Cory Giberson
Lancaster City Police have identified and charged the suspect from the bank robbery that occurred on Feb. 3, 2016 at the Wells Fargo Bank, 926 Manor St. Bank. Police received several tips after releasing surveillance photos from the bank and the suspect was identified as: Cory Michael Giberson, 29-...

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On January 29, 2016, at approx. 11:45 PM, Detective Sergeant Jimmy Mummau and Detective Chris DePatto from the Lancaster City Bureau of Police were in the area of the Turkey Hill store, at 410 E. Chestnut Street, when they observed two males acting suspiciously outside the store. The Detectives...

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