Daily News Release - Friday 4/20/2018

Daily News Release – Friday, April 20, 2018

Sergeant Michael Piacentino, Public Information Officer

Office: (717) 569-6401 Ext. 1583

Cell: (717) 340-2130

ARRESTS

1.  Harassment / Criminal Mischief Arrest, 9:01 p.m., Monday, April 9, 2018, 1408 Lititz Pike – Burger King (MT) – Ceytan C. Oliver, M/28, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a disturbance at the restaurant.  Oliver, an employee at the time, destroyed several food trays and poured hot hamburger grease onto another employee.  Total loss: $40.00.  Two (2) citations were filed.

2.  Disorderly Conduct / Curfew Arrests, 11:36 p.m., Monday, April 16, 2018, 1240 Millersville Pike – Brewer’s Outlet (LT) – A group of three juvenile males and two juvenile females were charged with the above offenses after they caused a disturbance at the store.  The juveniles were observed jumping on utility trailers and lawn equipment in the area.  Five (5) citations were filed.

3.  Public Drunkenness Arrest, 2:29 p.m., Monday, April 9, 2018, 250 Granite Run Drive – T-Mobile (MT) – Cameo Artis Towns, M/35, of Salunga, PA, was charged with the above offense after he was found disoriented in the restroom of the store.  Towns was unsteady on his feet and had urinated himself.  A citation was filed.

4.  Harassment Arrest, 11:53 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 1100 block Ranck Mill Road (LT) – Rikki J. Danz, F/33, of Columbia, PA, was charged with the above offense following a domestic dispute.  During the altercation, Danz threw hot wax onto another person.  A citation was filed.

5.  DUI / False Identification to Law Enforcement Arrest, 4:22 a.m., Sunday, April 15, 2018, 1500 block Lititz Pike (MT) – Jorge Perez-Popocatl, M/36, of Catasaqua, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a traffic stop.  Perez-Popocatl exhibited signs of impairment and chemical testing yielded a BAC of 0.162%.  Perez-Popocatl also provided a false name and DOB when questioned by the officer.  A criminal complaint was filed.

6.  Resisting Arrest / Disorderly Conduct / Public Drunkenness Arrest, 1:24 a.m., Monday, April 16, 2018, East Liberty Street (MT) – Priscila Rodriguez-Colon, F/34, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a disturbance.  Rodriguez-Colon was pounding on the front door of a neighbor’s residence and yelling to let her in.  Officers responded and found Rodriguez-Colon in an intoxicated state, continuing to cause a disturbance.  When officers approached her, she lunged at one of the officers.  The officers then attempted to physically arrest her.  When they did so, Rodriguez-Colon physically resisted them.  A criminal complaint was filed.

7.  False Identification to Law Enforcement / Possession of Heroin / Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Arrest, 9:50 a.m., Thursday, April 12, 2018, 1360 Columbia Avenue – Giant Food Store (LT) – Samantha A. Dukeman, F/25, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a report of persons doing drugs in the parking lot of the store.  Officers responded and located Dukeman inside a vehicle.  Officers also saw heroin and several blue glassine baggies in plain view.  Dukeman also provided a false name when questioned by officers.  A criminal complaint was filed.

8.  Aggravated Assault / Simple Assault Arrest, 9:19 p.m., Friday, April 13, 2018, 1100 block Millersville Pike (LT) – Jose Diaz-Carrasquillo, M/33, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a domestic dispute.  During the altercation, Diaz-Carrasquillo pulled out a folding knife and brought it to the victim’s neck, which left a minor laceration to her collarbone.  Diaz-Carrasquillo also rubbed the blade of the knife along another person’s arm, resulting in no injury.  He was arrested and taken to Central Arraignment.

9.  Terroristic Threats Arrest, 4:21 to 7:00 p.m., Friday, March 16, 2018, 100 block Milton Circle (MT) – A 14-year-old juvenile was charged with the above offense after they threatened to shoot another person during an online conversation.  A juvenile allegation was filed with Juvenile Probation.

CRIMES & INCIDENTS

1.  Burglary, April 18-19, 2018, 1563 Fruitville Pike – Whole Foods (MT) – Unknown person/s entered the store and stole copper piping.  Total loss: $450.00.

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Friday, April 20, 2018 (All day)

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