Daily News Release - Thursday 9/5/2019
Daily News Release – Thursday, September 05, 2019
Sergeant Michael Piacentino, Public Information Officer
Office: (717) 569-6401 Ext. 1583
Cell: (717) 340-2130
1. Harassment Arrest, 9:26 p.m., Friday, August 30, 2019, 100 block Elmshire Drive (LT) – Jonathan S. Presnell, M/33, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense following a domestic dispute at his residence. During the altercation, Presnell grabbed the victim and threw them to the ground. A citation was filed.
2. Harassment Arrest, 7:07 a.m., Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 1800 block Fruitville Pike (MT) – Liani Marie Suren, F/20, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense after she punched another person in the face. A citation was filed.
3. Criminal Mischief Arrest, 4:50 p.m., Sunday, September 1, 2019, 2600 block Sutton Place (MT) – Brandon J. Weir, M/21, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense after he punched four (4) holes into the wall of a residence which was not owned or controlled by him. Total loss: $450.00. A citation was issued.
4. Theft / Access Device Fraud Arrest, 2:00 p.m., Thursday, August 15, 2019, 1434 Manheim Pike – McDonald’s (MT) – Anthony M. Stokes, M/33, of Elizabethtown, PA, was charged with the above offenses after he stole a credit card from the purse of a friend, after they left the purse unattended at the restaurant. Stokes then used the credit card to make $20.00 in fraudulent purchases. A criminal complaint was filed.
5. DUI Arrest, 12:51 a.m., Sunday, September 1, 2019, Lititz Pike at York Road (MT) – Nelson Castillo-Quinones, M/35, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense following a traffic stop for erratic driving. Castillo-Quinones exhibited signs of impairment and admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages. He was arrested and chemical testing yielded a BAC of 0.139%. A criminal complaint was filed.
6. DUI Arrest, 12:41 a.m., Monday, September 2, 2019, 1200 block Lititz Pike (MT) – Thomas J. Elliot, M/41, of Akron, PA, was charged with the above offense following a traffic stop for a red-light infraction. Elliot exhibited signs of impairment and was arrested. Chemical testing yielded a BAC of 0.117%. A criminal complaint was filed.
7. Resisting Arrest / Disorderly Conduct / Public Drunkenness Arrest, 11:22 p.m., Sunday, September 1, 201, 2600 block Northfield Drive (EP) – Heidi Renee Witman, F/46, of Grantville, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a disturbance incident. Officers arrived on scene to find Witman urinating in a driveway at this location. Witman went was yelling, went off on different tangents, was incoherent, continually honked the horn of a vehicle and refused to stop her actions and calm down when ordered to do so by police. While speaking with Witman, officers detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath. After Witman refused to comply with orders to calm down, officers attempted to take Witman into custody. When they did so, Witman tensed up, brought her arms in close to her body, and physically struggled with officers. Once detained, she was placed into a patrol vehicle where she continued to scream and kick at the doors/windows of the vehicle. She was processed and released to a friend. A criminal complaint was filed.
CRIMES & INCIDENTS
1. Theft, August 20 to 23, 2019, 5900 block Main Street (EP) – Unknown person/s stole a TRL BMX bicycle from the front yard of a residence. Total loss: $400.00.
2. Theft, 9:34 p.m., Tuesday, September 3, 2019, 100 block Dickens Drive (LT) – Unknown person/s stole a package that had been delivered to the front porch of a residence. Total loss: $320.00.
3. Retail Theft Incidents, August 3 to 31, 2019, 1605 Lititz Pike – Giant Food Store (MT) – An unknown black male entered the store on seventeen (17) different occasions and stole $6,500.00 worth of merchandise. The suspect is currently unknown and the investigation continues.
4. Retail Theft, 4:39 p.m., Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 1278 Millersville Pike (LT) – An unknown Hispanic male entered the store and stole $46.98 worth of Tide Pods. Investigation continues.