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On 5/22/2016 the NLCRPD responded to a reported dispute between and man and a woman at CVS Pharmacy located at 385 N. Broad Street, Lititz. When police arrived both parties were interviewed and it was determined that a verbal arguement escalated when the accused identified as VANESSA LYNN DENOVITZ, age 24, Locust Street, Columbia, was alleged to have struck a 26 year old male on the face with an open hand.

A citation will be mailed to DENOVITZ. Both parties were release without further altercation.

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On 5/22/2016 at 1942 hours, officers from the NLCRPD responded to a reported active, domestic disturbance located in the 600 block of Mallard Drive, Penn Township, Manheim.Upon arrival officers encountered a 31 year old female that was emotionally upset and had signs of recent physical injuries which were consistent with being involved in a physical altercation. There was also a car parked on the property with a shattered rear window. The victim refused medical treatment and her injuries did not appear to be life threatening.

On 5/11/2016 at 0410 hours, members of the NLCRPD responded to a residence on Christy Lane, Warwick Township, Lititz for a reported assault. Upon arrival police established contact with the 36 year old female victim. Officers observed recent signs of minor, non life threatening injuries to the victim. It is alleged the accused fled on foot and was identified as MARK ANDREW ARCUDI, age 39 of first block of Christy Lane, Lititz.

On May 6, 2016 a member of the NLCRPD responded to and investigated a theft of multiple key fobs from the Manheim Auto Auction located at 1190 Lancaster Road, Penn Township. It is alleged that the defendant identified as a 23 year old, YARSLOV R BURKO, of Russia and Syracuse, New York had in his possession 13 key fobs valued at $4,550.00. BURKO was taken before MDJ Edward Tobin and placed in the Lancaster County Prison.

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On 5/22/2016 the NLCRPD responded to a reported dispute between and man and a woman at CVS Pharmacy located at 385 N. Broad Street, Lititz. When police arrived both parties were interviewed and it was determined that a verbal arguement escalated when the accused identified as VANESSA LYNN DENOVITZ, age 24, Locust Street, Columbia, was alleged to have struck a 26 year old male on the face with an open hand.

A citation will be mailed to DENOVITZ. Both parties were release without further altercation.

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On 5/22/2016 at 1942 hours, officers from the NLCRPD responded to a reported active, domestic disturbance located in the 600 block of Mallard Drive, Penn Township, Manheim.Upon arrival officers encountered a 31 year old female that was emotionally upset and had signs of recent physical injuries which were consistent with being involved in a physical altercation. There was also a car parked on the property with a shattered rear window. The victim refused medical treatment and her injuries did not appear to be life threatening.

On 5/11/2016 at 0410 hours, members of the NLCRPD responded to a residence on Christy Lane, Warwick Township, Lititz for a reported assault. Upon arrival police established contact with the 36 year old female victim. Officers observed recent signs of minor, non life threatening injuries to the victim. It is alleged the accused fled on foot and was identified as MARK ANDREW ARCUDI, age 39 of first block of Christy Lane, Lititz.

On May 6, 2016 a member of the NLCRPD responded to and investigated a theft of multiple key fobs from the Manheim Auto Auction located at 1190 Lancaster Road, Penn Township. It is alleged that the defendant identified as a 23 year old, YARSLOV R BURKO, of Russia and Syracuse, New York had in his possession 13 key fobs valued at $4,550.00. BURKO was taken before MDJ Edward Tobin and placed in the Lancaster County Prison.

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On May 4th, 2016 members of the NLCRPD responded to a reported parking complaint. The parking complaint escalated into a neighbor dispute. During the verbal arguement between neighbors, it is alleged that the defendant identified as DANIEL HARRY MESSIMER, age 50, of the 400 block of Crosswinds Drive, Lititz, made threatening remarks to their neighbors.

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Mark J. Wagner, Jr.

Mark J. Wagner, Jr. turned himself into police on 4.27.2015. He was arraigned before MDJ Tony Russel and released on $25,000.00 unsecured bail.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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The NLCRPD is investigating a retail theft at theGiant supermarket located at 1008 Lititz Pike

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The NLCRPD responded to a reported single car crash in the 1900 block of W. Main Street, Ephrata. According to a witness, a car being driven by Robert Kreider, age 45, S. 6th Street, Lebanon was driving north on Route 322 and crossed into the southbound lane and striking a utility pole, causing the car to flip onto its roof. KREIDER was transported to the Lancaster General Hospital to be treated for his injuries which appear to be non-life threatening.

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The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department is investigating an incident of suspicious activity and possible Child Luring. On 03/12/2016, at approximately 1:40pm, two preteen girls were approached by an unknown vehicle. The girls were in the area of the CVS on North Broad Street, Warwick Township, when the vehicle stopped in front of them. The driver honked his horn and waved several times for the girls to approach. The girls continued along Broad Street into Lititz Borough.

The NLCRPD responded to a report that a 14 year old female was jogging along the 2800 block of Newport Road when an unidentified white male stopped his car and asked if she wanted to get in his car. The juvenile said ,"No" and continued to jog back to her house. The juvenile described the male as white, mid to early 40's with a full but trimmed brown beard. He was wearing a blaze orange "beanie cap".

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The NLCRPD responded to two seperate reports of an animal attack on sheep on local farms. Both attacks appeared to have happened overnight. Two young sheep were killed in the attacks and one sheep was injured. A veterinarian was summoned to tend to the injured sheep. A dog may have been involved in the attacks, but this information has not been confirmed.

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