Daily News Release - Wednesday 10/10/2018

Daily News Release – Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Sergeant Michael Piacentino, Public Information Officer
Office: (717) 569-6401 Ext. 1583
Cell: (717) 340-2130

ARRESTS

1.  Public Drunkenness Arrest, 4:23 p.m., Friday, October 5, 2018, 1234 Millersville Pike – Fine Wine & Good Spirits (LT) – Tara Lynn Keebler, F/49, homeless, was charged with the above offense after she was observed stumbling while walking, falling over, and slurring her words when she spoke.  Keebler admitted to drinking alcohol.  A citation was issued.

2.  Possession of Marijuana Arrest, 1:26 p.m., Saturday, September 29, 2018, 1200 block Millersville Pike (LT) – Jeremy Santos-Rivera, M/18, and Alfred Rivera, Jr., M/18, both of Lancaster, PA, were charged with the above offense following a traffic stop for expired registration.  Officers searched the vehicle, which yielded marijuana.  A criminal complaint was filed against each person.

3.  Harassment Arrest, 4:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 100 block Buch Avenue (MT) – Jeanette L. Hower, F/56, of Millersville, PA, was charged with the above offense after she grabbed another person by the arms and pushed them into a wall.

4.  Criminal Mischief Arrest, 12:19 p.m., Monday, October 8, 2018, 1200 block Millersville Pike (LT) – Aries T. Morrison, M/20, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense after he intentionally struck a headlight on a vehicle causing $150.00 in damage.  A citation was issued.

5.  DUI Arrest, 11:14 p.m., Tuesday, September 18, 2018, North President Avenue at West Clay Street (MT) – Carrie Ann Godin, F/23, of York, PA, was charged with the above offense following a crash.  Godin was identified as a driver in this crash and exhibited signs of impairment.  A blood sample was obtained which yielded a BAC of 0.250%.  A criminal complaint was filed.

6.  Retail Theft Arrest, 8:09 p.m., Friday, September 7, 2018, 1204 Millersville Pike – Weis Markets (LT) – Herbert C. McClain, M/51, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense after he was observed stealing $109.49 worth of Dove soap products from the store.  A criminal complaint was filed and an arrest warrant obtained.  McClain was located soon after and taken to Central Arraignment.

7.  Theft From Motor Vehicle / Loitering and Prowling at Nighttime / False Identification to Law Enforcement Arrest, 1:56-4:11 a.m., Saturday, October 6, 2018, Various Locations in Manheim Township – Deamija De’Amonte Robertson, M/18, of Lancaster, PA was charged with the above offenses after he was observed by an officer on patrol standing in a driveway of a private residence which was not his at 2:05 a.m..  Robertson could provide no legitimate reason for being on the property.  A check of the property determined that an unlocked vehicle had been entered and a black flashlight taken from inside.  Robertson was in possession of the flashlight.  He was arrested and taken back to the police station.  During processing, Robertson provided a false name and identification card.  He was properly processed and released.  At 4:11 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1800 block of Beverly Drive in Manheim Township for a vehicle break-in that had just occurred.  Robertson was seen in the area moments later and found to be in possession of items stolen from vehicles.  In all, officers determined that Robertson entered eighteen (18) vehicles from the following locations:
- Fountain Avenue
- Beverly Drive
- Bluff View Drive
- Murray Hill Drive
Robertson was processed again and taken to Central Arraignment.

8.  DUI / Possession of Marijuana / Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Arrest, 8:24 p.m., Tuesday, August 21, 2018, 2400 block Lititz Pike (MT) – Ryan Paul Reich, M/31, of Manheim, PA, was charged with the above offenses following a crash investigation involving a bicycle.  Reich was identified as the driver of the bicycle in that crash.  It was determined that Reich was operating the bicycle northbound in the southbound lane in the 2400 block of Lititz Pike, when he was struck by a vehicle turning in the southbound lane.  While speaking with officers, Reich exhibited signs of impairment and admitted he was intoxicated.  He was arrested for DUI and during a search incident to arrest was found in possession of marijuana and a smoking pipe.  Chemical testing yielded a BAC of 0.153% and the presence of THC.  A criminal complaint was filed.

9.  Retail Theft Arrest, 7:34 p.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 832 Plaza Boulevard – TJ Maxx (MT) – Heidy M. Candelario-Torres, F/22, of Lancaster, PA, was charged with the above offense after she was observed stealing $43.98 worth of merchandise from the store.  A citation was issued.

10.  Retail Theft Arrest, 10:56 a.m., Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 1605 Lititz Pike – Giant Food Store (MT) – Lynette K. Scarantino, F/37, of Leola, PA, was charged with the above offense after she was observed stealing $49.70 worth of merchandise from the store.  She was arrested, processed, and taken to Central Arraignment.

11.  Access Device Fraud Arrest, 7:10 p.m., Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 3190 Lititz Pike – Ephrata National Bank (MT) – Gabriel Niculescu-Stoian, M/41, a Romanian national, was charged the above offense after he was arrested on the suspicion of a felony at the bank.  Manheim Township Police detectives were at the bank assisting Ephrata Police with a large-scale access device fraud that occurred in that jurisdiction involving Niculescu-Stoian.  During a search incident to arrest, Niculescu-Stoian was found in possession of fourteen (14) gift cards which had stolen debit card information upon them.  A criminal complaint was filed.

12.  Burglary / Theft By Unlawful Taking Arrest, 8:15-10:10 p.m., Saturday, March 25, 2006, 300 block Cobblestone Lane (MT) – Aaron Quinton Handy, M/32, of York, PA, was charged with the above offense following a lengthy investigation by detectives.  In March 2006, Handy forced entry into a residence, ransacked the house, and stole $200.00 worth of electronics.  Total loss: $700.00.  Manheim Township Police officers processed the crime scene and located blood on a door handle.  The blood was sent to the PSP DNA lab in Greensburg for analysis.  No match was found and the sample profile was entered into the CODIS unknown file.  In July 2018, the PSP DNA lab notified Manheim Township Police detectives that Handy’s DNA matched the unknown profile.  A search warrant was obtained for Handy’s DNA which was compared to the unknown sample from the burglary and they were a match.  A criminal complaint was filed.

CRIMES & INCIDENTS

1.  Burglary, 9:00-10:30 p.m., Monday, October 8, 2018, 1100 block Country Club Drive (MT) – Unknown person/s entered a garage and stole a bicycle valued at $500.00.

2.  Burglary, 1:46-2:13 a.m., Saturday, October 6, 2018, 145 Marble Drive – Keep Safe Storage (MT) – Unknown person/s entered three (3) RVs parked at the storage facility.  Investigation continues.

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Incident Date: 
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 (All day)

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