Eastern Adams Regional Police Department

  • Agency: Eastern Adams Regional Police Department
  • Address: 110 North Berlin Avenue, New Oxford, 17350 PA
  • Chief: Robert C Then (Chief of Police)
Phone: 717-624-1614
Fax: 717-624-1487
Email:

Eastern Adams Regional Police Department is located at 110 North Berlin Avenue, New Oxford, 17350 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert C Then. The Eastern Adams Regional Police Department phone number is 717-624-1614.

Eastern Adams Regional Police Department News

WARNING: NEW SCAM ALERT FOR THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY SEASON The complainant explained that on 10-31-17, a laptop computer had been delivered to her front porch from U.P.S. The complainant advised that she did not make such a purchase. she began investigating this purchase and found that her credit card had been used to make the purchase. The complainant advised her actual name, address, and phone number were on the invoice sheet. She mentioned that there was a different email address on the receipt that was not affiliated with her. The complainant advised at around 15:00 hours on 11-01-2017, a Fed Ex delivery driver came to the residence and advised that he had an order to collect the laptop and transport it to another location (which he did not mention). The complainant stated to the Fed Ex employee that the laptop was not there. The Fed-Ex employee then left without incident, and no further description of the Fed Ex vehicle or employee was recorded. The complainant stated that she made contact with the laptop company and advised them of the fraudulent purchase. She also advised that she filed a fraud complaint with her credit card company, and they advised her to make the Police report to dismiss the charge. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to warn all citizens not become a victim of this kind of fraud. The fraud is described as a fraudulent purchase via internet with accurate credit card information from the complainant delivering a purchase to the complainant’s address. A short time later, an unidentified Fed-Ex employee shows up at the complainant’s residence requesting the item back because it was being returned for an invalid purchase. The unidentified person then takes the item leaving the complainant a victim of a scam. A check of a pick-up from the complainant’s residence from Fed-Ex revealed no pick-up was scheduled for that location. Eastern Adams Regional warns all citizens if a purchase is made that you did not order call your credit card provider to verify the purchase. Never give the product or item back to anyone especially, if you did not request a pick-up for this item. It is suggested if a return is to be made bring the item back to the store yourself if possible REMEMBER, this is the start of the holiday season when individuals do a lot of on-line shopping and deliveries are made via UPS or Fed-Ex. Never allow these carriers to drop off a purchase on your front doorway because these items are subject to theft. Criminals follow these trucks watching deliveries then take the items off your door step if no one is home. It only takes about 20 seconds to perform this crime, so do not be a victim.

POLICE LOG 10-25-2017 to 10-31-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 10-25-2017 11:24 am-Police responded to the unit block of east Locust St. to an information request by the resident. Upon location, police advised the same. 11:26 am-Police responded to the Brethren Home for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was backing out of a parking space when it struck Unit #2 which was legally parked unattended. Both units sustained light damage. 12:35 pm-Police responded to the 2600 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a burglary to a storage unit. The complainant stated that he last saw his belongings was April 27, 2017 and upon his return on October 21, 2017 discovered items missing. The value of the items was approximately $26,000. There were no signs of forced entry. 10-26-2017 7:43 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & York Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling eastbound on York Rd. entering the intersection of Carlisle Pk. with the right of way when it was struck by Unit #1 traveling westbound on York Rd. attempting to make a left-hand turn onto Carlisle PK. Both vehicles required towing provided by Mike’s Towing and the operator of Unit #1 sustained minor injuries. 2:26 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Red Hill Rd. for a report of a domestic between in-laws. Upon location, police defused the situation & advised the parties without further incident. 9:55 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of a suspicious person. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 10-27-2017 2:13 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Poplar Rd. to take a report of vandalism to an auto which occurred in Hanover Borough on 10-26-2017. 4:10 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Corey Ln. for a report of a disturbance between mother & daughter. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 5:18 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Cherry Ct. for a report of a dog barking. Upon location, police warned the homeowner and referred the matter to the Dog Warden. 8:40 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Football Stadium for a report of a fight between to male students. Upon location, police cited a 16-year-old male with disorderly conduct. 10-28-2017 11:05 am-Police responded to the 5800 block of York Rd. for a resident in medical distress. Upon location, the resident was being treated by EMS. 3:47 pm-Police responded to Hanover St. for a report of a vehicle driving recklessly. Upon location, police stopped the vehicle for investigation. The female driver came back with negative results and was instructed on proper driving behavior. 10-29-2017 1:22 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Hanover St. for a report of loud music. Upon location, police observed the resident to be having a party & were advised to shut down the party in which they complied without further incident. 2:03 am-While on routine patrol in the area of the 5700 block of York Rd, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. During the investigation, police observed the male to appear to be intoxicated. The male refused to submit to a blood test and ROBERT EARL THERMUIS-GREENE B/M 43 years of age from Hollywood, Florida was taken into custody & transported to Adams County jail for DUI. 9:25 am-Police responded to the unit block of Red Hill Rd. for a domestic between in-laws. This is an on-going problem & all parties were advised. 10:37 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Municipal RD. for a report of downed wires. Upon location, police observed the wires to be down on the Berwick Township side and made notifications. 10-30-2017 12:51 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Billerbeck St. for a report of a suspicious persons going door to door soliciting. Upon location, police located the individuals on Hampshire Drive. An investigation was conducted & the males worked for First Energy Corp. They were instructed to leave the area due to no permit. 4:30 pm-Police acted on information received that a male with a suspended license would be driving in the area of the 900 block of Kohler Mill Rd. Police stopped this vehicle for investigation & issued a citation. 6:42 pm-Police responded to Reba Dr. & Sherry Lane for a report of an open property with a suspicious person in it. Upon location, police did not observe anyone in the property which was unsecured & under construction. 9:11 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a vehicle parked & running on the 4900 block of York Rd. Police conducted a vehicle investigation & found the driver to be pulled over eating a sandwich. She did not require assistance & police resumed patrol. 10-31-2017 6:05 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Onyx Rd. for a report of a stray lab dog. Upon location, police were met by the caller who stated they found the owner & returned the dog. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 10-26-2017 4:12 am-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a repossessed 2013 Chrysler 200. The vehicle was taken without incident. 10-27-2017 11:15 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a male acting disorderly. The male was warned & proceeded on his way without further incident. 11:15 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a male acting disorderly on the 400 block of Lincoln Way West. Police instructed the male to continue on his way in which he complied without further incident. 2:54 pm-Police responded to Center Square for a report of an auto being disabled on the highway. Upon location, police observed the vehicle parked off the roadway awaiting a tow. 6:50 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oxford Ct. to serve a warrant on a resident. The warrant was out of Maryland. Police received no response at the residence. 10-28-2017 2:00 pm-Police responded to a complaint of illegal parking for the Harvest Day Parade. Upon location on West High St. police ticket 9 vehicles parked illegally. 2:41 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of water Works Rd. for a welfare Check. Upon location, police found the resident to be in good health & did not require police assistance. 6:55 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oxford Ct. to serve an arrest warrant out of Maryland. Upon location, police took into custody KATLYN CARVER W/F 30 years of age from New Oxford & transported her to Adams County Prison. 7:16 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a 40-year-old female having an overdose on heroin Upon location, Unit 33 was treating the victim for an overdose then transported her to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 11:20 pm-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations in the area of Center Square. Upon investigation, police transported LUIS TOVAR-OLAYO H/M 19 years of age from New Oxford to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 10-29-2017 3:48 am-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of loud noise coming from the residence. Upon location, police found the resident to be watching TV with the sound level put on loud. Police advised to turn down the TV in which they complied. 10-31-2017 4:18 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. for a report of an unresponsive male. Upon location, police observed the male to be unresponsive with no pulse. Police awaited the arrival of EMS who pronounced at the scene. The male suffered a cardiac arrest. 4:48 am-Police responded to Pleasant & Hanover St. to assist EMS with a male who fell on the highway. The male suffered injuries from a fall & was transported to the hospital for treatment by EMS. 9:04 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 and Unit #1 were both traveling eastbound on Lincoln Way West entering Center Square when Unit #2 slowed down for traffic. The operator of Unit #1 was distracted and struck Unit #2 in the rear. No damage or injuries were reported by either party.

Eastern Adams Regional Police Department is proud to announce that it was selected to continue to participate in the Sate of Pennsylvania Aggressive Driver Grant for the fall of 2017 Forty-six municipal law enforcement agencies plus state police are further affirming their zero tolerance for aggressive driving by selecting Monday, November 6 for a concerted effort of targeted enforcement throughout the region. This enforcement activity is being conducted in conjunction with the current ongoing wave that began October 23 and will run through November 19, 2017. The enforcement wave will focus on speeding, following too closely (tailgating), and driving right/passing left, along with other aggressive actions. Police are warning motorists that if you get pulled over for aggressive driving, you will receive a ticket. The aggressive driving enforcement is a part of the Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project and is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Eastern Adams Regional Police are committed to ensuring the public are safe to drive in our area and reducing the amount of vehicle accidents through educating the public on driver safety.

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25, 2017 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM The American Express Company will be sponsoring the annual first Saturday after Thanksgiving Shopping Day. For the last three years, many of the shops and eateries in the New Oxford Borough retail center have participated in this event to offer patrons an opportunity to help support local businesses. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to invite all citizens to this event to help support our local merchants.

Media Release New Oxford Kids To Receive Award-Winning Personal Safety Resource FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — October 31, 2017 New Oxford, PA — Local youth will get helpful information to help them make good decisions related to their own personal safety and well-being at home, at school, and away from home — thanks to a community safety initiative being led by Eastern Adams Regional Police Department. Each student will receive a copy of Personal Safety: Smart choices for LIFE, an award-winning educational resource produced by Community Safety Net. The resource includes a comprehensive 112-page handbook geared to young people, and access to online safety videos that augment the written materials. A free downloadable app for smartphones and tablets is included, which is customized to provide local safety contact numbers — along with safety tips, videos, and other valuable safety information. There is also a section for parents, which makes it a great family resource. To offset the resource costs, Safety Coordinator Jim Watkins will be contacting local businesses and organizations to attain support on behalf of the Eastern Adams Regional Police Department. All supporters will be featured in the front of each safety book, as well as in the community’s customized safety app. Every day, more than 43,000 North American children are injured seriously enough to need emergency room attention. According to the World Health Organization, “almost all accidents are preventable and education is the most effective way to prevent them from happening.” Contact: Police Chief Francis Staab Community Safety Net is a family-run, values-oriented organization that produces a series of educational safety resources created especially for kids. To date, more than four million children in communities across North America have benefited from CSN materials.

AUTO ACCIDENT 10-26-2017 On 10-26-2017 at approximately 7:43 am Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & York Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling eastbound on York Rd. entering the intersection of Carlisle Pk. with the right of way when it was struck by Unit #1 traveling westbound on York Rd. attempting to make a left-hand turn onto Carlisle PK. Both vehicles required towing provided by Mike’s Towing and the operator of Unit #1 sustained minor injuries.

POLICE LOG 10-12-2017 to 10-24-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 10-12-2017 11:00 am-Police responded to the 600 block of harmony Ridge Dr. for a report of a fraud. The resident received a phone call requesting three gift cards from Walmart to help her daughter obtain a public defender. The resident realized this was a scam & did not give the unidentified caller any money. 12:00 pm-Police responded to the 800 block of Hanover St. for a report of harassment between children. Police are investigating this complaint. 9:43 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Chickpen Dr. for a report of gun shots. Upon arrival, police searched the property with negative results. The noise was made by the son of the resident breaking a flat screen TV. 10-13-2017 10:37 am-Police responded to the 5600 block of York Rd. for a report of a disturbance of a business. Upon location, police made contact with two females. Police conducted an investigation with negative results. The females were sent on their way. Without further incident. 5:14 pm-Police responded to the area of Irishtown Rd. & Black Ln. for a report of a male walking on the highway with a rifle. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. No other incidents was reported for this caller. 10-14-2017 3:10 am-Police responded to the 600 block of Mt. Misery Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was attempting to make a left turn off Irishtown Rd. at Mt. Misery when the operator lost control of his vehicle and went off the roadway becoming stuck in the mud. The vehicle was towed onto the highway where it was driven from the scene. 10-15-217 3:15 am-Police responded to the unit block of Walnut St. for a report of an unconscious person in the highway with his vehicle running. Upon investigation, police transported CARLOS RODRIGUEZ H/M 25 years of age from Gettysburg, Pa to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 7:35 am-Police responded to the unit block of West Locust St. for a report of a 911 hang-up. Upon location, police spoke with the resident who stated that her child dialed 911 playing with the phone. There was no need of assistance. 7:12 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Mt. Misery Rd. for a report of a custody dispute. Upon location, police advised the resident that this is a civil issue & must be rectified through the courts. 7:54 pm-Police responded to the area of the 900 block of Irishtown Rd. to help locate a lost dog by the name of Winchester. Police searched the area with negative results. 8:04 pm-Police received information that a Ford ranger was operating recklessly in the area of York Rd. Police stopped this vehicle for investigation at York Rd. & Carlisle Pk. for investigation. Police issued a warning. 10-16-2017 5:27 am-Police responded to the 2000 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police were met by employees who tripped the alarm. 8:36 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Hanover St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling northbound on Carlisle Pk. attempting to make a left turn onto Hanover St. when it struck Unit #2 which was traveling southbound on Carlisle Pk. Both vehicles required towing with the driver of Unit #2 requiring medical attention 11:59 am-Police responded to the 1500 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police checked the property with negative results & contacted the owner of the results. 3:45 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Middle School for a report of a disturbance between students. Police & school officials will investigate this incident which occurred on October 12 and reported this day. 4:00 pm-Police responded to the 1600 block of Hanover St. for a landlord/tenant complaint. The resident was advised to seek legal counsel due to this issue being a civil matter. 7:10 pm-Police responded to the 5600 block of York Rd. for a report of a disturbance. Upon location, police observed a male acting disorderly & failing to cooperate with police. The male, KELLY LYNN THOMPSON W/M 55 years of age from Mount Wolf, Pa was cited for disorderly conduct & released. 8:30 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Liberty Dr. for a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon location, the complainant stated that he loaned his vehicle out & it has not been returned. Police informed the caller that this is unauthorized use since he gave permission for the driver to have possession of his vehicle. 10-17-2017 2:30 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of harassment via Facebook & U-Tube. Police & school officials are investigating this complaint. 3:43 pm-Police responded to the area of Hanover St. & Birch Ln. for a report of a road range incident, which occurred in Mt. Pleasant Township. Upon location in the area, police searched for the vehicle, but the vehicle left our area & the call was transferred to Hanover Police Department. 3:45 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Seven hundred Rd. for a disturbance between mother & son. Upon location, the incident was not active. Police counseled the son & advised the mother. 4:44 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Seven Hundred RD. at the request of Hanover Borough Police for information. Police made contact with the resident & were able to obtain the information needed by Hanover Borough PD. 9:05 pm-Police responded to a disturbance between family members on the 600 block of Irishtown Rd. Upon location, police advised both parties without further incident being reported. 10-18-2017 4:09 am-Police responded to Hanover St. & Red Hill RD. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling northbound on Hanover at Red Hill Rd. intersection when it was struck by a deer. The vehicle received minor damage with no injuries reported. 10:42 am-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust St. for a request of a welfare check. Upon location, police received no response from the residence. Further investigation revealed that the resident moved to Florida over the last week and was ok. 8:22 pm-Police responded to the 2700 block of Carlisle Pk. to receive information on an incident. Upon location, police ascertained the incident occurred in Conewago Township and directed the resident to contact that department. 11:36 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of the Carlisle Pk. & York Rd. police made contact with an elderly male who appeared lost. Police were able to make contact with the wife who picked the male up and return him home. 10-19-2017 3:00 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Berlin Rd. for a report of an assault between ex-boyfriend and girlfriend. Police are conducting an investigation. 9:21 pm-Police responded to the 1800 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a 2016 Toyota Corolla being repossessed. 10-20-2017 6:25 am-Police responded to the 500 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling on Irishtown Rd. when it swerved out of the way to miss a deer and went off the roadway. The vehicle sustained light damage, and was drivable. No injuries resulted from this event. 9:00 am-Police responded to the 4700 block of York Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling westbound on York when a deer struck the vehicle running across the street causing moderate damage. 10-21-17 2:14 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hampshire Dr. for a report of a lost pit bull who got out of their collar. Police searched the area with negative results. 5:15 pm-Police responded to the 900 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was operating at a too high rate of speed & lost control of her vehicle going off the roadway. No damage was reported to the vehicle; however, moderate damage was reported to private property. 10-23-2017 1:57 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Hanover St. for a report of a vehicle running off the road and being disabled. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 6:40 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Municipal Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 and Unit #1 were both traveling southbound on Carlisle Pk. when Unit #2 attempted to make a left-hand turn onto Municipal Rd. Unit #1 attempted to go around Unit #2, but struck it in the rear. Both vehicles sustained damage with no injuries reported at this time. 10-24-2017 2:58 am-Police responded to the 5700 block of York Rd. for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 11:07 am-Police responded to the 5800 block of York Rd. for a report of a disturbance. Upon location, police stopped this individual for investigation & transported him to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment. 3:57 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Lingg Rd. for a report of harassment via Snapchat. Upon location, police advised to block this number. 4:36 pm-Police responded to the 1500 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of an abandoned bike on the highway. Upon location, police investigated the bike which came back stolen from Arizona. Police area conducting further investigation. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 10-12-2017 12:19 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of West High St. Upon location, police met with the resident who tripped her alarm & did not require assistance. 10-13-2017 12:18 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of theft from services. A resident fixed a lawn blower for a patron & left the blower outside his shop with the understanding the patron would leave a check for the repair. The check was never received. Police are conducting further investigation into this incident. 9:14 pm-Police were requested by Penn Township Police to be on the lookout for a tan sedan, which may be traveling to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East, and the driver may be DUI. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 10-14-2017 2:12 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of found property. Upon location, police were able to make contact with the owner & return the property. 10:50 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of a burglary in progress. Upon location, police made contact with the owner who was conducting repairs to his property. 10:57 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a 911 hang-up. Upon location, police checked with the resident who did not require police assistance. 10-16-2017 12:13 am-Police responded to the 100 block of South Orange St. for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, the resident was not at home & complainant was advised. 11:15 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of a road rage incident. An unidentified dark Blue van was reported to have caused this issue. A search of the area resulted in negative results 2:37 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Carlisle St. to provide information to a resident concerning the application process for a permit. 10-18-2017 12:41 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. for a report of a 911 Hang-Up. Upon location, police spoke to the resident who did not require assistance. 10-19-2017 7:50 am-Police responded to Waterworks & Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a traffic problem. Police investigated a vehicle which was blocking the right of way for local traffic & issued a citation. 9:07 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hanover St. for a report of a feline being struck by a vehicle. Upon location, police removed the feline off the highway. 10-20-2017 4:20 am-Police responded to the unit block of Carlisle St. for a report of a repossessed 2011 Toyota Corolla taken without incident. 11:39 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of an attempted burglary. Police are investigating this incident. 9:59 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of West High St. for a report of juveniles being disorderly. Upon location, police spoke with the juveniles who were playing in the street and lived in the area. Police requested that they go play somewhere else in which they complied without further incident. 11:45 pm-Police responded to the Park Hotel in Center Square for a report of a pickup truck knocking down the support column to the building. Police investigated this incident and arrested KIMBERLY MARIE HOBBS W/F 36 years of age from Fairfield, Pa with criminal mischief. 10-22-2017 5:51 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a suspicious person in a residence. Upon location, police searched the residence & found no signs of an intruder. The resident was advised. 8:30 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of West High St. for a group of 5 juveniles playing in the street. Upon location, the juveniles had left the area. 10-24-2017 8:04 am-Police responded to the unit block of Commerce St. to assist the Adams County Sheriff’s Office execute a warrant. Upon location, the subject was arrested without incident. 9:30 pm-While on routine patrol, police spotted a suspicious occupied vehicle in a parking lot on South Bolton St. Upon investigation, the occupant of the vehicle was waiting for his wife to drive him home.

POLICE LOG 10-01-2017 to 10-11-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 10-01-2017 4:22 pm-Police responded to the intersection of Carlisle Pk. & Brickyard Rd. for a report of an auto/pedestrian accident. A female was trying to cross the street without the right of way when she was struck by Unit #1. The female received moderate injuries to her knee. 8:34 pm-Police received a complaint from a student from the New Oxford Middle School that he is being bullied from other students. Police advised to contact the school to issue a complaint and start an investigation into this matter. 10-02-2017 2:08 am-Police responded to the 900 block of Hanover St. for a report of a domestic between friends. Upon location, police observed signs of physical abuse, which resulted in the arrest of ASHLEY GAMBER W/F 27 years of age from New Oxford who was taken to Adams County Prison for processing. 7:57 am-Police responded to the unit block of Heritage Court for a complaint of harassment. Police advised both parties without further incident. 10:33 am-Police received a report of a hit & run accident, which occurred on September 26, 2017. Unit #2 & unidentified Red SUV, Unit #1 were both traveling eastbound on the 6000 block of York Rd. Unit #2 changed lanes to make a left turn onto Carlisle Pk. when it was sideswiped by Unit #1. Unit #2 received damage to its side and no injuries were reported. The driver of Unit #1 failed to stop & was last seen traveling northbound on Carlisle Pk. from Cross Keys. 5:11 pm-Police responded to a report of an auto accident in the area of Carlisle Pk. & Hersey Heights. Upon location, police determined that this accident occurred in Berwick Township & notified Pa State Police. 10-03-2017 5:50 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Shank Rd. for a report of trespassing on the abandoned property. Police checked the area with negative results. Police will continue to monitor this property. 10-04-2017 2:24 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of an abandoned vehicle. Upon location, police determined the vehicle was parked on private property, and police could not cite this individual due to the vehicle being on private property. 10-05-2017 9:20 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of the ShurFine Parking lot, police observed a suspicious auto with an operator inside of it. Police stopped this vehicle for investigation with negative results. The driver was requested to leave the area in which he complied. 10-06-2017 10:20 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Matthew Drive for a report of a missing juvenile. Upon taking the report, the juvenile returned home unharmed & in good health. 10-08-2017 12:01 am-While on routine patrol, police spotted an occupied vehicle in the parking area of the New Oxford High School. Police investigated this vehicle with negative results. The driver was ordered to leave the area in which he complied. 7:15 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Billerbeck St. for a report of vandalism to a mailbox. The resident stated that sometime over the course of the night, an unknown person(s) knocked over his mailbox. There was no damage sustained, but the mailbox needed to be reinstalled. 9:26 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Liberty Dr. for a report of underage drinking. Upon location, police met with the adult resident who confirmed that no underage drinking was taking place. 10-09-2017 10:35 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. for a report of a tractor-trailer which was traveling on Carlisle Pk. from Hanover involved in a hit & run accident. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 2:10 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed three suspicious persons on a vacant property on Shank Rd. by Carlisle Pk., which is posted for no trespassing. Police stopped these males for identification. As a result of the investigation, the males were given permission to be on the property by the realtor. 2:15 pm-Police received information of a report of a hit & run accident which occurred on October 8, 2017 at the intersection of Hanover St. & Irishtown Rd. The operator of Unit #1 provided false information to Unit #2. Upon investigation, police ascertained the owner & issued a citation to JACOB COOPER W/M 21 years of age from Conewago Township. 3:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a drunk driver. Upon location, the offender was identified and admitted to driving while intoxicated. SARAH KELLY W/F 36 years of age from Landisburg, Pa was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for DUI. 5:28 pm-Police responded to York RD. & Lincoln St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling westbound on York RD. disregarded a steady red light & struck Unit #2 traveling on Lincoln St. through the intersection. Both vehicles required towing with no injuries reported. 10-10-2017 5:27 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Oxford Rd. for a report of a hit & run accident. The resident reported an unidentified silver minivan ran over two mailboxes & fled the area. Police searched for this vehicle with negative results. 5:55 pm-Police responded to the 4800 block of York Rd. for a report of a reckless driver. It was reported that an unidentified Chrysler Challenger was driving at a high rate of speed into Oxford Township from Mt. Pleasant. Police searched the area with negative results. 10-11-2017 4:34 am-Police responded to the 1500 block of Carlisle Pk. for a vehicle block the driveway. Upon location, the vehicle had a flat tire & was left there so the owner could change the tire. The owner returned & moved the vehicle. 7:40 am-Police responded to the New Oxford high School for a report of a vandalism to an unattended parked vehicle. A student report that she parked her vehicle in the school lot on October 10, 2017 at 7:10 am & upon her return at 2:40 pm discovered that her side door had been keyed by an unknown person. 8:32 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Katelyn Dr. for a report of a vehicle running with child in the vehicle locked & unable to open. Upon location, police notified TNT Towing to open the vehicle. 2:35 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Berlin Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on Berlin Rd. when it struck a pedestrian crossing the street without the right of way causing injuries to her person. The victim was transported to York Hospital for treatment. 4:27 pm-Police responded to the 2000 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling southbound on Carlisle Pk. with the right of way when it struck Unit #2 while attempting to make a left turn to proceed northbound on Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 and Unit #2 view were obstructed by a parked tractor-trailer which contributed to the accident. 8:20 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hampshire Dr. for a report of a 911 hang up. Upon location, police spoke with the resident who stated that her child had dialed the number while playing with the phone. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 10-02-2017 6:13 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of an open property. Upon location, police checked the property with negative results and notified the owners of the complaint. 8:36 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of East High St. for a report of fire alarm. Upon location, it was determined by the Fire Department that the alarm was faulty. 10-03-2017 3:00 am-Police responded to East Lincoln Way to be on the lookout for a suspected DUI driver. Police observed the vehicle in question & stopped it for investigation. Police found the driver to be ok & allowed him to continue on his way. 7:09 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Sunset Ave for a report of a missing juvenile. Upon location, police searched the residence and found the juvenile in bed sleeping. 10-04-2017 6:43 am-Police responded to Hanover Street at the Commerce Street intersection for a report of an auto accident. Unit # 1, traveling south on Hanover Street, swerved to avoid another vehicle that stopped to turn left onto Commerce Street. Unit #1 swerved into the path of unit #2, which was traveling north on Hanover Street. Impact occurred in the northbound lane of Hanover Street. 3:18 pm-Police responded to the intersection of Hanover St. & East High Street for an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling northbound on Hanover St. when it came to a stop to allow a pedestrian to cross the street from East High Street. Unit #1 was stopped at the stop sign on West High Street. Unit #1 started through the intersection and was struck by Unit #2 after she resumed her travel after being waved on by the pedestrian. Both vehicles sustained damage, but Unit #1 had to be towed by Miller’s Towing. 7:50 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of West Golden Ln. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was attempting to back into a parking space when it struck Unit #2, which was legally parked front head lamp causing minor damage. 9:58 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of a suspicious person. Upon location, police could not locate anyone on location. The resident arrived home and a security check was provided with negative results. 10-05-2017 2:04 pm-Police responded to the Park Hotel to check on the wellbeing of a patron who called for medical attention. Upon location, the male refused medical treatment. 5:50 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Hanover St. for a report of a cat urinating on the resident’s property. Upon location, police informed the resident that there was no ordinance for cats being on a leash or owners cleaning up their urine. 10-06-2017 4:04 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of South College St. to check on the wellbeing of an employee who seemed impaired. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 10:56 pm-Police responded to a fight in progress at the Park Hotel. Upon location, police cited STEPHANE BECKER W/F 39 years of age from New Oxford & TANYA HEINTZELMAN W/F 41 years of age from New Oxford with Disorderly Conduct & Harassment. 10-07-2017 1:08 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a male passed out on the highway at 1 Center Square. Police woke the male up who was extremely intoxicated. The male stated he was coming home from the Park Hotel. Police arrested BRIAN KING W/M 30 years of age from New Oxford with Public Drunkenness and transported him to Adams County Prison. 10-08-2017 12:21 am-While on routine patrol, police observed two males fighting outside the Park Hotel. Upon location, police ordered the two males to stop fighting in which they did not comply. Police arrested BEN GARRETT W/M 30 years of age from East Berlin & LAWRENCE HAYS W/M 29 years of age from Aspers with Disorderly Conduct, Simple Assault, Public Drunkenness. Also, arrested was SAMATHA BROWNS DAM W/F 25 years of age from New Oxford for interfering in a police arrest, Resisting Arrest, and Public Drunkenness. NICHOLAS DESPINES W/M 29 years of age from New Oxford was cited for Disorderly Conduct for failing to obey police orders & interfering with an arrest. 10-09-2017 1:38 am-Police responded to the unit block of East Lincoln Way East for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police checked the business & found to be secure. 1:45 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hanover St. for a report of a suspicious male sitting on the property. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 8:49 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of East High St. for a report of information. Police received the information & responded advised the resident. 10-10-2017 1:13 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a male walking with a motorcycle who appeared drunk. Upon location, police observed the motorcycle to be unattended. Police located the owner through investigation and returned his property. 3:52 pm-Police responded to the area of the 100 block of West High St. for a report of a sink hole. Upon location, police notified New Oxford Borough & CSX Railroad of the problem for repairs. 9:23 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a male walking who appeared to need medical attention. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 11:20 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Center Square for a female who was in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was treating the female for her breathing problem. 10-11-2017 5:45 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Berlin Ave. for a report of the water tower leaking water. Upon location, police observed the run off which occurred from a faulty valve. NOMA was notified to make repairs.

POLICE LOG 09-21-2017 to 09-30-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 09-21-2017 1:05 am-Police responded to the unit block of Carl Ln, for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Upon police investigation, the vehicle belonged to a neighbor who lived a few houses away. 8:06 pm-Police responded to Hanover St. & Red Hill RD. for a report of a reckless driver. Upon location, police stopped this vehicle for investigation with negative results. The driver was unfamiliar with this road and issued a verbal warning. 09-22-2017 9:35 am-Police responded to the Brethren Home to assist EMS who had failed to respond to radio on an update. Upon location, EMS was busy treating the resident and ok. 4:00 pm-Police responded to the 1700 block of Hanover St. for a report of a reckless driver. Upon location, police conducted an investigation and will cite the driver. 6:22 pm-Police responded to York Rd. & Turkey Ln. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 & Unit #2 were both traveling westbound on York Rd. when traffic came to a halt. Unit #2 came to a stop, but Unit #1 did not stop striking Unit #2 in the rear. Unit #1 required towing while Unit #2 sustained minor damage. 7:55 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School stadium for a report from Conewago Township Police Department of a runaway juvenile male may be at the football game. Police were able to locate the child & return the child to the Conewago Township Police Department. 09-23-2017 6:16 pm-Police responded to the 700 block of Oxford Rd. for a report of an overturned pickup truck. Upon location, police observed the vehicle to be overturned & the driver being extradited from the vehicle with injuries. Which required hospital treatment. Police are investigating for possible DUI charges. 9:33 pm-Police responded to the 1100 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, police transported the resident to the hospital for treatment. 10:19 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of loud music. Upon location, police did not observe any loud music in the area. 09-24-2017 11:50 am-Police responded to the area of Carlisle Pk. & Shank Rd. for a report of a reckless driver. Upon location, police stopped this vehicle for investigation. The driver will be cited for careless driving. 8:35 pm-Police responded to the 1000 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a disturbance. Upon location, police took a report of the incident. The second party had left the residence before police arrival. 09-25-2017 10:00 am-Police responded to the unit block of Birch Ln. for a report of disorderly conduct. Upon investigation, the level of conduct did not rise up to a disorderly conduct charge. The offender was advised. 11:02 am-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of a theft of personal checks, which were cashed without permission in the amount of $786.00. Police are investigating this incident. 12:06 pm-Police responded to the 5600 block of York Rd. for a report of a female driver in medical distress. Upon location, the driver had left the area without incident. 2:07 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a landlord/tenant dispute. Upon location, police advised the landlord that an eviction order was required 09-26-2017 1:09 am-Police responded to the unit block of Green Tree Dr. for a report of a non-active domestic between mother & son. Upon location, police advised the complainant to file a report with the Hanover Police Department since her son was staying in that jurisdiction. 5:56 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Mathew Dr. for a report of loud music. Upon location, police observed loud music coming from the rear of the property. Police requested the music be turned down in which the resident complied without further incident. 09-27-2017 7:37 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Elm Ln. for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police observed injuries sustained to the husband by the wife. Police cited CARMEN AGUILAR H/F 49 years of age from New Oxford with simple assault. 09-28-2017 12:03 am-While on routine patrol, police observed two suspicious vehicles on the 4700 block of Hanover St. Police were able to stop one of the vehicles for investigation. The results of the investigation were negative & the driver was ordered to leave the area in which she complied. 9:55 am-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a theft which occurred on June 25, 2017. It was reported from the complainant that his daughter stole the following items without permission. A flat screen TV, dehumidifier, and prescription medicine valued at $220.00 USC. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of STEPHANIE YEAGER W/F 29 years of age from New Oxford. 3:56 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of an elderly male who passed away at his residence due to natural causes. 09-29-2017 12:40 pm-Police responded to the 2600 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a stray goat. The goat was contained & the owner was notified to retrieve it. 2:13 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of Criminal Mischief. Police are investigating a report of a damaged cell phone of one of the students. 4:39 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of credit card fraud. An unidentified person took the resident’s identity & opened a credit card in her name without permission. Purchased was $14,720.00 USC in jewelry. Police are investigating this incident. 5:05 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Drummer Dr. for a report of an attempted fraud. An unidentified female posing as a Lancaster Police Officer notified the resident that in order to help a relative get bail they needed to submit a Target Gift Card. The resident knew this was a fraud & notified police. 7:47 pm-Police responded to the 6000 block of York Rd. for a report of a suspicious person in the Smith Auto Sales lot. Upon location, police stopped the individual for investigation & held them there for the Pa State Police. 09-30-2017 10:18 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Brickyard Rd. for a report of an attempted burglary. Upon location, police did not find evidence of an attempted break in 2:00 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Mt. Misery Rd. to take a report of a repossessed vehicle. A 2008 Subaru Impreza was impounded. 2:13 pm-Police responded to Oxford Rd. & Kevin Dr. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling Northbound on Oxford Rd. when it was struck by Unit #1 which was traveling southbound on Oxford Rd. Unit #1 veered into the lane of travel by Unit #2 when it struck the vehicle. Both vehicles were totaled from the crash. Both parties received major injuries & were transported to York hospital for treatment . 3:16 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Liberty Dr. for a report of a domestic. Upon location, police ascertained this was a medical issue concerning a small child & notified EMS for treatment. 4:22 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Brickyard Rd. for a report of a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian was trying to cross the roadway without the right of way when she was struck by Unit #1 who was unable to stop. The pedestrian received injuries to her knee. 8:38 pm-Police responded to the Brethren Home for a report of lost property. Upon location, police were able to locate the property. 8:52 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Football Stadium for a report of an injured juvenile. Upon location, the youth’s parents took him to the hospital for treatment. 11:25 pm-Police responded to the 2100 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 09-22-2017 3:07 am-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of two suspicious males laying on the highway. Upon location, police found the males and conducted an investigation. ANTHONY LYNN NEWMAN W/M 43 years of age from New Oxford was cited for Public Drunkenness. 9:53 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a found toddler on the highway. Police were able to locate & return the child to his aunt who lives on the 200 block of Lincoln Way East. 09-23-2017 4:43 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a vehicle stopped on the highway which required medical attention. Upon location, the driver was attempting to drive the passenger to the hospital when the passenger requested medical assistance. EMS was called & transported to the hospital for treatment. 9:05 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a runaway juvenile female. Police were able to locate the child in McSherrystown and return her home to her parents. 09-24-2017 3:18 am-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of two juveniles out past curfew. Upon location, police found two 15-year-old youths from Gettysburg out without permission. Police returned the youths home. 8:35 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a resident in medical distress. Upon location, the resident was being treated by EMS. 4:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, police were able to make contact with the resident who was ok. 09-26-2017 6:04 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of South Orange St. for a report of two suspicious persons. Upon location, police observed these two males on the CSX railroad tracks. Police stopped the males for investigation with negative results. The males were instructed to leave the area. 09-28-2017 3:56 pm-Police responded to West High St. & Water St. for a report of a suspicious male who may have a weapon. Upon location, police were able to make contact with this juvenile male who did not have a weapon. The juvenile was advised and sent home. 09-29-2017 11:33 am-Police responded to East Lincoln Way East for a report of a parking problem. The driver of the vehicle notified police he is forced to leave his vehicle parked on the highway until he could acquire a tow. 09-30-2017 12:48 am-Police responded to the 300 block of West High St. to investigate a report of a hit & run accident in Mt. Pleasant. Police were able to retrieve the information for the Pa State Police.

HARVEST DAY On Saturday, October 28, 2017, the annual Harvest Day Parade will take place in New Oxford Borough. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department are informing all residents to expect delays on Route 30 from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm while the parade is in session. Eastern Adams invites all residents to this event.

HALLOWEEN CAMPAIGN FOR DRIVING IMPAIRED What’s scarier than a ghost wandering the graves on Halloween? A drunk driver on the road. Stay safe this Halloween. Share these drunk-driving facts and figures with people in your community. Halloween should be a night of good memories, not nightmares. On Halloween night during the years 2011-2015, there were 172 people killed in drunk-driving-related crashes. On Halloween night during the years 2011-2015, 45 percent of all motor vehicle deaths involved drunk driving In 2015, there were 8 pedestrians and 47 vehicle occupants killed in drunk-driving-related crashes. The 21-to-34-year age group accounted for the most fatalities (64%) in drunk-driving-related crashes during Halloween night in 2015. Plan Before You Party to Get Home Safely You can stay safe and protect your neighbors by following these tips: Remember that it is never okay to drink and drive. Even if you’ve had one alcoholic beverage, designate a sober driver or plan to use public transportation to get home safely. Download NHTSA’s SaferRide mobile app available on Google Play for Android devices: (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nhtsa.SaferRide&hl=en), and in Apple’s iTunes Store for iOS devices: (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/saferride/id950774008?mt=8). SaferRide allows users to call a taxi or a predetermined friend, and identifies the user’s location so he or she can be picked up. Use your community’s sober ride program [Insert your local sober ride program specifics here If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact [Local Law Enforcement]. Have a friend who is about to drink and drive? Take the keys away and make arrangements to get your friend home safely. One Way or Another, You’ll Pay for Drunk and Buzzed Driving On average, a DUI can set you back $10,000 in attorney fees, fines, court costs, lost time at work, higher insurance rates, car towing and repairs, and more. The financial impact from impaired driving crashes can be devastating: based on 2010 numbers (the most recent year for which cost data is available), impaired-driving crashes cost the United States $44 billion annually. Some people mistakenly think they can avoid a DUI by refusing to take a breath test. Wrong. In many jurisdictions a refusal to take a breath test results in the immediate loss of your driver’s license, and the impoundment of your vehicle. Alcohol Impairment Affects Pedestrians, Too. Walking impaired can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Designate a sober friend to walk you home. Alcohol involvement—for the driver and/or the pedestrian—was reported in 48 percent of the traffic crashes that resulted in pedestrian fatalities in 2015. In 2015, an estimated 34 percent of fatal pedestrian crashes had pedestrians with BACs of .08 g/dL or higher. In 2015, an estimated 15 percent of fatal pedestrian crashes had drivers with BACs of .08 g/dL or higher. Always remember: It is illegal in every state to drink and drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or higher. Keep yourself, your loved ones, and your neighbors safe—never drink and drive. Always remember: Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving. For more information, visit www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov.

Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to remind motorist of the new Move Over. It’s the Law. Law enforcement nationwide is coming together with the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) to inform the driving public about important live-saving “Move Over” laws in effect in every State in America. The law, requiring motorists to move over and/or slow down when passing emergency vehicles stopped on the side of the road, hasn’t reached all drivers yet. Awareness is still dangerously low. Fifty-two law enforcement officers were killed in traffic-related incidents in 2015—a 13-percent increase from 2013. From 2003-2012, almost half (44%) of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty were killed in traffic-related incidents. It’s sadly the number one cause of death for these individuals who protect others. “Move Over” laws were put into place to save lives, but 7 out of 10 Americans have never even heard of the laws. Our goal is simple: we want all drivers to know that when they see flashing lights on the side of the road, they are required to Move Over. It’s the Law. The mission of NHTSA is to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce crashes on our Nation’s highways. This mission extends to law enforcement and emergency personnel as well. We have a responsibility to protect those who protect us.

POLICE LOG 09-12-2017 to 09-20-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 09-12-2017 8:01 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Hershey Heights Rd. for a report of a disabled motorist blocking the highway. Upon location, police observed a disabled vehicle in the running lane of Carlisle Pk. Police provided traffic control until the vehicle was able to be removed. 9:09 am-Police responded to an alarm on the unit block of Billerbeck St. Upon location, police met with an employee who stated that they conducted a test on the system and found to be operable. 09-13-2017 2:06 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Seven Hundred Rd. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police checked the residence with negative results. Everything was secure. 3:43 pm-Police responded to the 2600 block of Carlisle St. for a report of an IRS Scam. Upon location, the resident did not give out any personal information or send money to the unidentified caller. 09-14-2017 3:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Cherry Ct. for a report of a theft of a bicycle. Upon location, police conducted an investigation and were able to retrieve the bike for the resident. CODY D MILLER W/M 26 years of age from Hanover, York County will be cited for this theft. 8:39 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a domestic between ex-husband & wife concerning custody of their child. Police advised the resident. 09-15-2017 9:31 am-Police responded to the intersection of Carlisle Pk. & red Hill Rd. for a report of an auto accident with injuries. Unit #1 & Unit #2 were traveling southbound on Carlisle Pk. When Unit #2 attempted to turn left into a driveway on the 2200 block of Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 was unable to stop and struck Unit #2 in the rear. The operator of Unit #2 required medical attention. Both vehicle sustained minor damage 12:00 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of a suspicious vehicle following a school bus to school. Upon Police investigation, the vehicle in question was driving a student to school who had missed the school bus. 1:41 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Middle School for a report of harassment between two students. As a result of an investigation, a male student was cited for Disorderly Conduct. 5:00 Pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Race Track Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was attempting to make a left turn onto Race Track Rd. from Carlisle St. when it was struck by Unit #1 in the rear. Both vehicles required towing provided by TNT Towing & Road Ranges Towing. 9:07 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Berlin Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling westbound on Berlin Rd. when the operator was distracted by her cell phone and drifted off the roadway. Unit #1 then struck Unit #2 which was unattended and legally parked. Unit #2 overturned as a result of the impact. No injuries were reported by the driver of Unit #1. 09-16-2017 9:15 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Drummer Drive for advice on alternative routes of travel during the WW II Re-enactment. 12:40 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Red Hill for a report of individuals not cleaning up grass clippings from the highway. Upon location, police observed the males cleaning the highway. 09-17-2017 2:00 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Sherry Ln. for a welfare check of a resident. Upon location, police spoke with the resident and notified counselors to help the resident. 6:04 pm-While on routine patrol of the New Oxford High School, police found an exit door to be left open. Police checked the area with negative results and notified maintenance to secure the door. 8:09 pm-Police responded to the 1300 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a civil dispute over property. Upon location, police informed the parties that this was a civil issue to be resolved in the courts. 09-18-2017 9:16 am-Police responded to the 2900 block of Carlisle Pk. For a report of a tractor-trailer broke down on the southbound lane of the running lane. Upon location, the driver had called for tow and police provided traffic control until the removal of the truck. 9:33 am-Police responded to Reba Dr. & Sherry Ln. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Upon location, a resident stated that an unidentified grey Nissan Altima tag unknown with an unidentified white male driver was driving in the area for an extended period. Police searched the area with negative results. 4:09 pm-Police responded to the Brethren Home for a report of a missing person. Upon location, the person returned home late from a fishing trip. He did not require assistance. 7:52 pm-Police responded to the 2900 block of Carlisle Pk. For a report of 7 stray sheep. Upon arrival, police observed the sheep and contacted the owner who removed them back to his property. 09-19-2017 5:41 am-Police responded to the intersection of Carlisle Pk. & Hanover St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 & Unit #2 were both traveling northbound on Carlisle Pk. attempting to turn into the turning lane for Hanover St. As both vehicles entered the turning lane, Unit #2 stopped for on-coming traffic. Unit #1 did not observe Unit #2 come to a rest & struck Unit #1 in the rear. Both vehicles sustained minor damage with no injuries reported. 7:26 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Katelyn dr. for a report of a lost cat. Police helped the resident search the area with negative results. 7:50 pm-Police responded to the 2900 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a 2-year-old in medical distress. Upon location, police found the toddler to be having trouble breathing but conscience. EMS arrived & provided care to stabilize the child for transport to the hospital. 09-20-2017 10:39 am-Police responded to the 5900 block of for a report of a traffic accident. Unit #1 and Unit #2 were both traveling eastbound on York Rd. toward Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 attempted to change lanes when it sideswiped Unit #2. Unit #1 received heavy damage requiring towing. Unit #2 received minor damage. 6:59 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Mathew Dr. for a report of a fraud. The complainant stated that a male identified as a sergeant contacted him and requested $4,000 in gift cards for bail for his nephew. Complainant gave the card information to the sergeant who cashed it before the complainant realized this was a scam. 8:57 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of two suspicious persons. Upon location, police investigated with negative results. The individuals were instructed to leave the area in which they complied. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 09-13-2017 10:36 am-Police responded to the unit block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a parking dispute between two tenants. Upon location, police informed both parties this issue needs to be decided by the landlord since this issue was on private property. 11:11 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of an abandoned vehicle. Upon location, police cited the vehicle for parking violations and had the vehicle towed by TNT Towing. 2:48 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of a suspicious male going door to door soliciting new electric service. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 5:00 pm-Police received a report from a resident on the 200 block of Carlisle St. that an unidentified person(s) was allowing trapped stray cats out of his traps, which were being sent to the SPCA for care. 09-14-2017 10:41 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a theft of three traps. Upon location, the resident stated that an unidentified person(s) took without permission three traps to catch stray cats valued at $135.00. 12:14 pm-Police responded to the intersection of Poplar & Pleasant St. for a report of an accident with injuries. Unit #2 was attempting to proceed through the intersection when it was struck by Unit #1. The operator of Unit #1 was taken to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment for her injuries. 8:04 pm-Police responded to center Square for a request for information concerning custody of a child. Police provided guidance, but instruct the resident to seek legal counsel. 09-15-2017 11:56 am-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of a future protest by Animal Rights Activist. To be held on Sunday, September 17, 2017 between the hours of 16:00 to 21:00 hours. 4:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oxford Circle for a report of harassment between students from the New Oxford High School. Police are investigating for possible charges. 09-17-2017 8:59 pm-Police responded to the unit block of George St. for a report of an assault. Upon location, police spoke with the resident and are conducting further investigations into this incident. 09-18-2017 7:34 am-Police responded to the unit block of North peters St. for a report of a parking problem of a vehicle blocking the driveway. Upon location, the vehicle had left the area and the drive was clear. 7:26 pm-Police responded to the rear of the unit block of North Peters St. for a parking issue. Upon location, police observed the vehicle not to be blocking the driveway; in addition, there are no parking signs on location. The parking is on private property and must be regulated by the owner of the property. 09-20-2017 7:16 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of harassment. Upon location, police determined that this is an on-going problem with the ex-wife. Police will be citing this individual. 10:43 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of a fraud. Upon location, the complainant stated that his credit cards had been used twice by an unidentified person(s) to make purchases without his permission. 4:49 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was unattended & legally parked when it was struck by Unit #1 who was attempting to park. Unit #2 sustained minor damage. 10:40 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident.

SCAM ALERT POLICE REQUEST GIFT CARDS FOR BAIL 09-20-2017 On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at approximately 6:59 p.m., Eastern Adams Regional Police responded to a call from a resident concerning a fraudulent phone call from a person who identified himself as a Sergeant Davis from the Leestdale Police Department. The victim was informed that his nephew had been arrested for Marijuana in Leetsdale Pa located in Allegheny County. Sergeant Davis from the Leetsdale P.D. informed the resident that $4000 dollars was required to get him out of jail after he met with the judge to post bail. The resident was then instructed to get two, $2000 TARGET gift cards and call Sgt. Davis back with the card information. The resident purchased the gift cards at TARGET in Hanover PA. He then returned home and gave the card information (card numbers) to the individual stating that he was Sergeant Davis. The resident then asked to speak with his nephew, but was informed he couldn't at this time. The resident then called relatives to relay the information. The resident was eventually able to contact his nephew in Cranberry PA. His nephew stated to the resident that he hadn't been stopped or arrested. It was at this point, the resident realized he had been scammed and contacted his daughter. The daughter then contacted TARGET to gain further information on the gift cards and was informed that the cards were cashed in at TARGETs in Abington, Massachusetts and in Kernersville, North Carolina. The daughter informed TARGET that her father was scammed and gave TARGET details of the event. Eastern Adams Regional Police conducted an investigation into this incident and found the following results: The numbers that were given to the resident (1-236 889-4622 and 1 403-977-3091) received no answers. These area codes don't match the Leetsdale area code. The incident will be referred to Pa Attorney General’s Office Fraud Division. Eastern Adams Regional Police informs all residents that this type of SCAM has been going on for an extended period of time nationwide. All residents are reminded that Police Departments across the country never call any individual to request any payment of money in the form of a gift card. Never believe that an incident has occurred when instructed to give gift card numbers to anyone.

2017 TOP GUN AWARD Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to Congratulate Patrolman Timothy Mulder in being selected for the 2017 DUI TOP GUN Award! The Pennsylvania DUI Association, a private non-profit organization dedicated to highway safety, developed the "DUI - TOP GUN" Award to recognize and thank police officers for their work in reducing the threat of impaired drivers on our roadways. This year we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the DUI Top Gun Awards. Patrolman Mulder has demonstrated a commitment to DUI enforcement in his department. Patrolman Mulder will be honored by the PA DUI Association on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at the Association's 38th Annual Conference at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Patrolman Mulder has been selected because of his demonstrated commitment to DUI enforcement for the Eastern Adams Regional Police Department. Patrolman Mulder is committed to educating all drivers of their responsibility to drive safely and reduce the amount of traffic accidents and traffic deaths in Oxford Township and New Oxford Borough area. He is part of the Pennsylvania DUI grant Program which includes Roving DUI patrols, Stationary DUI Check Points, Aggressive Driver, and Buckle Up enforcement Congratulations again! Pennsylvania is fortunate to have officers who are committed to making driving under the influence enforcement a priority. Thank you for all your efforts towards a healthier and safer Pennsylvania

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REMINDER UP COMING EVENT ANNUAL WW II REENACTMENT DAY Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to remind our community that on Saturday, September 16, 2017 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. the "Liberation of New Oxford" will take place along Center Square of New Oxford Borough Eastern Adams Regional wants to remind all residents that Lincoln Way West and Lincoln Way East around the circle area will be closed for traffic during this event, so expect delays and detours. Eastern Adams wishes everyone to enjoy themselves at this annual event.

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Eastern Adams Regional Police Department is proud to announce the swearing in of Officer Mitchell Keller #142 as a fulltime police officer for Westminster City, Maryland on September 11, 2017. Officer Keller was formally employed by the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Keller is the son of Darryl Keller who is a Patrolman for Eastern Adams Regional Police Department. Young Keller will serve in the proud tradition established by his father. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes him good luck in his career.

POLICE LOG 09-01-2017 to 09-11-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 09-01-2017 1:03 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of a domestic between mother & son. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident. 4:15 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler DR. for a report of harassment. Upon location, police were notified that this incident took place on a school bus. Police conducted an investigation & resolved the problem with counseling provided by the school according to their Policy. 8:03 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Maggie Lynn CT. for a report of vandalism to an auto. Upon location, the complainant stated that an unknown person keyed the side of her vehicle sometime on August 31, 2017. There were no witnesses to this event. 8:16 pm-Police responded to the 900 block of Hanover St. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon arrival, police informed the female that this was a civil matter & she needed to consult with a lawyer. 9:12 pm-Police responded to the 1000 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police observed injuries on the wife from the husband. Taken into custody was FRANCISCO ALVARADO H/M 51 years of age from New Oxford for Simple Assault 09-02-2017 12:26 am-Police responded to an auto accident at Irishtown Rd. & Hanover St. Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on Irishtown Rd. approaching the intersection of Hanover St. & tried to stop for the stop sign. Un it #1 failed to stop due to the weather conditions and slammed into Unit #2 who was traveling northbound on Hanover St. with the right of way. Both vehicle sustained damage with Unit #1 requiring towing by TNT Towing. 11:37 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Cherry Ct. for a report of Identity Theft. Upon location, the complainant stated that an unidentified person took out credit cards in his name without permission. The credit card fraud department is conducting an investigation. 09-03-2017 12:52 am-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations in the area of Billerbeck St. & East Golden Lane. Upon investigation, police observed drug violations on one of the occupants of the vehicle. Police cited TORI ALEXIS NEGLEY W/F 18 years of age from Hanover for these violations. 1:50 am-Police responded to the unit block of Carley Ln. for a report of loud music. Upon location, police observed the noise & requested the residents to turn down their music in which they complied. 2:26 am-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations in the area of the 5900 block of York Rd. Upon investigation, police transported JUSTIN MICHAEL MYERS W/M 31 years of age from New Oxford for testing at Hanover Hospital for possible DUI 11:26 am-Police responded to Storm Store Rd. & Fish & Game Rd. of a vandalism to a window being shot out while driving near the Fish & Game Gun Club. Upon investigation, a falling walnut damaged the window. 5:48 pm-Police responded to the 2000 block of Storm Store Rd. to assist EMS with a resident who was in medical distress. 7:27 pm-Police responded to gunshots on the 900 block of Irishtown Rd. during a party. Upon location, police were informed that the residents did target shooting. They were instructed to stop this action in which they complied. 10:37 pm-Police responded to the 1000 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a drone spying on the complainant. Upon location, police found the owner of the drone who was the next door neighbor who was flying his drone. There was no spying going on. 09-05-2017 1:09 am-Police responded to the Brethren Home for a report of a medical alarm from a resident. Upon location, police made contact with the resident who was ok. 9:14 am-Police responded to the 1300 block of Irishtown Rd. for a welfare check of the resident. Upon location, police made contact with the resident who was ok and did not require assistance. 12:40 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Hanover St. for a report of a truck dumping its load on the highway without stopping. Upon location, police investigated the incident and cited the driver for failure to drive with a secured load. 6:14 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed tree limbs and power lines down in the area of Black Ln. & Irishtown Rd. Police made notifications to effected parties. 9:59 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of suspicious person in the residence who had turned off the basement light in the residents. Upon location, police checked the residence and found to be secure. Police checked the basement light, which had burnt out. 09-06-2017 1:58 am-Police responded to the unit block of Reba Dr. for a resident who was in medical distress. Upon location, police waited for the arrival of EMS to help transport to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 5:19 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a suspicious person which occurred 1 hour before being notified. The complainant stated that an unidentified white male approximately 40-50 years of age with a stocky build driving a dark blue in color Ford F-150 confronted the complainant in the parking lot before leaving the area. Police are investigating. 09-07-2017 1:00 am-Police responded to the unit block of Heritage Ct. for a report of a loose large dog. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 09-08-2017 5:22 pm-Police responded to an auto accident at the intersection of Hanover St. & Brickyard Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 & Unit #2 were both traveling southbound on Hanover St. when Unit #2 came to a rest due to traffic conditions. Unit #1 failed to stop & struck Unit #2 in the rear. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. 10:07 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School parking lot for a report of a vehicle operating recklessly. The vehicle was described as a ford Mustang doing donuts in the parking lot. Upon location, the vehicle was not present. Police made a search of the area with negative results. 09-09-2017 9:26 am-Police responded to the 1000 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a resident who was in medical distress. Upon location, police assisted EMS with helping the resident to his feet. 1:46 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a vandalism of an auto. The complainant found multiple slices in both rear tires. None of the slices was deep enough to go all the way through and the tires did not go flat. This incident occurred sometime on September 7, 2017 committed by an unknown person(s). 7:53 pm-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a domestic between family members. Upon location, police arrested HEATHER KELLY W/F 33 years of age from New Oxford with simple assault. 11:24 pm-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations in the area of Oxford Rd. & Seven Hundred Rd. Upon investigation, police transported BERNARD LOONEY W/M 64 years of age from New Oxford to Hanover Hospital for testing for possible DUI 09-10-2017 2:22 pm-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle on the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for traffic violations. Upon investigation, police transported ZACHARY STAUB W/M 24 years of age from New Oxford to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 9:02 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West Locust Ln. for a report of loud noise. Upon location, police observed a tractor-trailer, which was idling in the driveway of the residence. Police requested the owner to refrain from charging his battery in which he complied. 09-11-2017 12:49 am-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a welfare check from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Upon location, police spoke with the resident who was in good condition and did not require assistance. 3:39 pm-Police responded to Hanover St. & Birch Ln. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #3, Unit #2, and Unit #1 were all traveling southbound on Hanover St. when Unit #3 stopped to make a left turn onto Birch Ln. Unit #2 stopped for Unit #3, but Unit #1 was distracted & ran into Unit #2. Unit #2 then struck Unit #1. All three vehicles sustained damage with Unit #1 being towed by TNT Towing. The driver of Unit #1 was taken to Hanover Hospital for her injuries. 12:24 pm-Police responded to the 5900 block of York Rd. for a report of a theft from a storage unit. The complainant stated that he last saw his items in April of 2016 and upon his inspection on 09-11-2017 discovered his belongings missing. Police are investigating. 5:02 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of trespassing. Upon location, police were informed that the neighbor was trespassing on private property to clean up the fence line after trimming the fence. The neighbor was advised by police in which he complied. 7:00 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of York Rd. & Billerbeck St, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. Upon investigation, police detected strong odor of drugs in the vehicle. Police transported CHRISTOPHER CLYDE REICHART w/m 19 years of age from New Oxford to Hanover Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 8:09 PM-Police responded to the unit block of Curtis Dr. for a report of a fraud. An unknown female notified the complainant that she won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes. The complainant was informed that she needed a Walmart Gift Card to be sent to cover the taxes on the winnings. The complainant never sent the money she realized this was a scam. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 09-01-2017 4:20 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oxwood Circle for a report of harassment via social media. The complainant stated that a known individual in Puerto Rico was harassing them via Facebook. Police advised to block the person & report these incidents to Facebook. 8:00 pm-Police responded to the area of the Park Hotel in Center Square for a report of a person who may be driving drunk. Upon location, police made a check of the area & did not observe this vehicle being operated. 11:51 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 09-02-2017 8:03 pm-Police responded to a domestic on the 300 block of Lincoln Way East between ex-husband & wife. Upon location, police observed injuries sustained by the wife’s actions. Police took into custody, HOLLY MARIE MARKEL W/F 43 years of age from New Oxford and transported her to Adams County Prison for Simple Assault. 09/04/2017 7:56 am-Police responded to the unit block of Sunset DR. for a report of a suspicious person. Upon location, police stopped this male for investigation and took into custody JUSTIN LEE BLANKENSHIP W/M 34 years of age from Gettysburg for outstanding warrants. He was transported to Adams County Prison. 11:50 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a male staggering on the highway on the 300 block of Lincoln Way West. Upon investigation, police cited LARRY REESE W/M 41 years of age from East Berlin for public drunkenness. 09-05-2017 11:34 am-Police responded to the 5600 block of York Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was attempting to park when she stepped on the gas instead of the brake coming to rest on the rail. Unit #1 sustained minor damage with no injuries reported. 3:10 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of a fraud. Upon location, the complainant stated that an identified caller, Jim Gates who represented himself as a Federal Claims Commission employee notified him he had won 5.5 million. Gates stated that the resident would be contacted within 24 hours for the details. The complainant stated that 15 minutes later he received another call from an unidentified caller who represented himself as a Federal Reserve Bank employee requesting $500.00 be sent to him to process his winnings. The resident realized this was a scam and hung up. 4:18 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hanover St. for a report of downed wires. Upon location, police observed Comcast wires down because of the storm. 4:30 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Commerce St. for a report of an electrical fire started because of the storm. Police assisted the fire company until the small fire was distinguished. 4:54 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of East High St. for a report of a fallen tree and utility wires down due to the storm. Upon location, police notified the Borough of the tree block the highway and utility companies to repair the downed wires. 6:05 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of West High St. for a report of a parking violation. Upon location, the vehicle in question had left the area. 10:55 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Commerce St. for a report of a disturbance. Upon location, police observed a child having medical issues and notified EMS who transported to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 09-06-2017 8:13 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of North Bolton St. for a resident in medical distress. Upon location, the resident had fallen and needed assistance from EMS and police to pick him up on his feet. 10:43 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Commerce St. for a report of a domestic between father & son. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 09-07-2017 8:52 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Pleasant St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was attempting to make a turn when it struck Unit #2, which was legally parked, unattended. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. 6:36 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of West High St. for a report of a stray collie running loose on the highway. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 6:58 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a stray husky running on the highway by the railroad tracks. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 09-08-2017 8:48 am-Police responded to the area of East Golden Ln. & North Peters St. for a report of a suspicious person. Upon location, police stopped this individual for investigation. Upon investigation, the individual was cleared and waiting for a ride. 5:50 pm-Police responded to a disturbance on the unit block of Lincoln Way East. Upon location, police found the resident to be in mental distress. Police contacted EMS to transport to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 09-09-2017 1:38 am-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police took into custody LOUIS SANABRIA-PADILA H/M 29 years of age from York, Pa for harassment 2:42 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a suspicious male on the highway near Lincoln Way West & South Water St. Police stopped this male for investigation. Upon investigation, the male did not have a ride to his residence. Police contacted a relative & waited with the male until he could get a ride home for his safety. 5:09 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 12:59 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a resident in mental distress. The resident suffers from mental problems & was not taking her medication. 09-11-2017 9:51 am-Police responded to a report of an auto accident at Kohler Mill Rd & West High St. Unit #1 was traveling southbound on Kohler Mill Rd. when she got distracted & went off the roadway striking a no parking sign then coming to rest on a Met-Ed utility pole. The vehicle sustained front end damage & was towed by Smith’s Auto Towing 11:09 am-Police responded to Carlisle St. & berlin St. for a report of downed wires. It was reported that an unidentified silver pick-up truck with a trampoline protruding from a trailer was responsible for the wires being taken down. Police searched the area with negative results. The utility company was notified for repairs. 6:04 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of downed electric wires. Upon location, police notified Met-Ed to conduct repairs.

NEW SCAM ALERT 09-06-2017 On 09-05-2017 at approximately 3:10 pm, Eastern Adams Regional Police received a complaiant from a resident of an attempted fraud. The complainant stated that an identified caller, Jim Gates who represented himself as a Federal Claims Commission employee notified him he had won 5.5 million. Gates stated that the resident would be contacted within 24 hours for the details. The complainant stated that 15 minutes later he received another call from an unidentified caller who represented himself as a Federal Reserve Bank employee requesting $500.00 be sent to him to process his winnings. The resident realized this was a scam and hung up. Police tried to call back the offenders at 206-414-4863, but received no answer. Eastern Adams Regional Police are notifying all residents that the Federal Reserve Bank does not get involved with any proceeds from a contest in which a person can win prizes. Anyone representing themselves as a federal employee for this incident is conducting a scam.

POLICE LOG 09-21-2017 to 09-31-2017 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 08-21-2017 11:38 am-Police responded to the York Adams Academy located on the 2900 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a disorderly student. Upon location, police cited the male student for this incident. 08-22-2017 7:13 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Brickyard Rd. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling southbound on Carlisle Pk. approaching the intersection of Brickyard Rd. Unit #2 had his left turn signal on to turn left into a property located south above the intersection when Unit #1 attempted to make a left turn onto Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 who had the right of way. Both vehicles required towing provided by Crash Clinic & TNT Towing. No injuries were reported. 8:00 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a 94-year-old female who was lost & could not remember where she lived. Police conducted an investigation & determined the female resided in New Oxford. She was transported home for her safety. 1:31 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a 911 Hang Up. Upon location, police checked the area & could not find anyone in distress. 4:10 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of an offender who had fled from East Berlin for a domestic assault. Upon location, police stopped this male for investigation & took into custody MARCUS XAVIER SHULTZ W/M 22 years of age from New Oxford for assault. The offender was transported to PSP Gettysburg for processing by the East Berlin Police Department. 10:03 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Liberty Dr. for a report of a child in medical distress. Upon location, the child was having problems breathing. The child was given medication for his problem, which dissipated his distress. EMS arrived & treated the child who was released. 08-23-2017 7:28 am-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a female student who was in medical distress from a food allergy. Upon location, the school nurse & EMS were providing treatment and stabilization until being able to transport to the hospital. 10:19 am-Police responded to the unit block of Fleshman Hill Rd. for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, police checked with the resident who was in good standing and did not require assistance. 2:31 pm-Police responded to the area of Carlisle Pk. & York Rd. for a report of a Chevy Camaro stopped in the running lane of the highway with the driver slumped over. Upon location, police observed the vehicle in the lane of traffic on the Berwick side of Carlisle Pk. by the Turkey Hill. Upon investigation the driver was impaired. PSP Gettysburg was notified and took custody of the individual. 5:45 pm-Police responded from information received from PSP Gettysburg that a Maroon SUV being driven by a female was involved in a hit & run accident. Police checked the area of York Rd. with negative results. 08-24-2017 2:13 am-Police responded to the 4900 block of York Rd. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police checked the exterior of the building with negative results. An interior check was conducted with negative results along with the owner of the property. 08-25-2017 5:23 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of Hanover St. & Irishtown Rd., police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. Upon investigation, police observed the driver to be under the influence of alcohol. Police transported BRUCE FLICKINGER W/M 30 years of age from New Oxford to the hospital for testing for possible DUI. 11:28 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Poplar Rd. for a report of a resident in medical distress. Upon location, the resident was being treated by EMS. 08-26-2017 12:23 am- While on routine patrol on the 1100 block of Irishtown Rd., police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. , police observed the driver to be under the influence of alcohol. Police transported VICTOR CUELLAR-CRUZ H/M 35 years of age from Hanover to the hospital for testing for possible DUI. 8:02 am-police responded to the unit block of Kimberly Ann Ln. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police met with the resident who had tripped the alarm by mistake. 10:54 am-Police responded to the unit block of West locust Ln. for a report of a domestic between mother & son. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 08-27-2017 4:35 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Berlin Rd. for a report of bales of hay in the roadway. Upon location, police observed the debris and cleared it out of the highway. 08-28-2017 2:13 am-Police received information that a vehicle was repossessed from the 400 block of Onyx Rd. The vehicle was described as a 2012 White Ford Transit 08-29-2017 12:14 pm-Police responded to the 500 block of Irishtown Road for a report of a single unit accident. Upon location, police observed Unit #1 had crashed while trying to navigate a left turn on a curve on the 500 block of Irishtown Rd. Unit #1 sustained minor damage to the left headlight. No injuries were sustained at this time. 4:24 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Red Hill Rd. for a report of a single unit auto accident. Unit #1 was traveling eastbound on the 400 block of red Hill Rd. when the driver attempted to avoid a deer. The vehicle went off the roadway and overturned. The vehicle was towed by TNT Towing. No injuries were reported at this time. 08-30-2017 4:21 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Billerbeck St. for a report of a domestic between brother & sister. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident. 4:55 pm-Police assisted the United States Marshalls Office in an investigation of a subject who resides in Oxford Township. 08-31-2017 7:24 am-Police responded to the area of Curtis Drive & Kevin Drive for a report of a loose animal. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 8:26 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Billerbeck St. for a report of a suspicious person. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 10:55 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a disturbance at a business. Upon location, police helped resolve the issue to the satisfaction of all parties. 10:11 pm-Police responded to a report of a suspicious person who may be in distress on the unit block of Trumpeter Dr. The caller was awakened by sounds of yelling about a bike. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. There were no other reports for lost or stolen property. 11:24 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Hanover St. for a report of a suspicious person on the highway. Upon location, police stopped the male who was in need of medical attention with a sore foot. Police escorted the male home for his safety. 11:55 pm-While on routine patrol, Police observed two bicycles traveling westbound on York Rd. toward the Old Mill without lights or reflectors. Upon investigation, police took into custody, ALLEN EUGENE SIMMONS W/M 29 years of age from New Oxford for DUI and outstanding warrants. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 08-21-2017 3:59 am-Police responded to an armed robbery point of gun, which occurred at the 7-11 located on the 400 block of Lincoln Way West. Taken was $33.00 USC & no injuries were reported. 4:57 am-Police responded to the area of Carlisle St. & West Golden Ln. for a report of a power outage. Upon location, a transformer was on fire, which caused the outage. The fire department was notified & on scene. Met-Ed was notified. 12:30 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of an abandoned vehicle. Upon investigation, the vehicle’s registration and inspection was expired. The owner of the vehicle resided at this location, & the vehicle was parked on private property. 9:21 pm-Police responded to the unit block of center Square for a report of a landlord/tenant issue. Police were given information and are investigating these allocations. 08-22-2017 11:16 am-Police responded to the 100 block of east High St. for a report of harassment. A second party reported this incident. Upon investigation, the victim refused to cooperate 08-23-2017 10:19 am-Police responded to the unit block of Lincoln Way East for a resident with medical issues who did not respond to the door. Upon location, police were able to make contact with the resident who was sleeping. 10:31 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of an injured worker. Upon location, the worker was being treated by EMS with a possible broken wrist. 08-24-2017 4:47 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. to investigate the resident who was wanted for an armed robbery by Swatara Township Police Department of a 7-Eleven on Derry Street, which occurred at 3:28 am. The resident, NATHANIEL WILLIAM STRASSER W/M 21 years of age from New Oxford was taken into custody by Lower Paxton Police. Strasser admitted committing the New Oxford 7-Eleven robbery, which occurred on August 21, 2017 3:39 pm-Police responded to Lincoln Way East and Center Square for a report of a hit & run accident. Unit #2 was in traffic around Center Square when it was struck from the rear by Unit #1 causing minor damage. Unit #1 fled the area without stopping. As a result of Police investigation, BRUCE FLICKNGER W/M 30 from New Oxford was charged with leaving the scene of an accident. 08-25-2017 12:38 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Commerce St. to assist Adams County Adult Probation on a house check of a parolee. Upon inspection, the probation officers observed drug paraphernalia and brought this to police attention. Police obtained a search warrant and additional drugs were retrieved along with an assortment of USC. Police took into custody JUSTIN MICHAEL MUNDORFF W/M 32 years of age from New Oxford and transported him to Adams County Prison for processing. 08-26-2017 3:16 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Bud Ave. in reference to a domestic between ex-boyfriend & girlfriend over personal property. Police informed the parties that this is a civil matter and they should consult an attorney. 4:59 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police defused the situation without incident. 08-27-2017 7:30 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of South College St. for a report of an alarm. Upon location, police met with the owner who had tripped the alarm & was not in need of assistance. 08-28-2017 4:05 pm-Police responded to Lincoln Way East & North Peters St. for a report of an auto accident. 08-29-2017 6:31 am-Police responded to the 300 block of west Golden Ln. for a report of a reckless driver where the incident occurred while the complainant was traveling around Center Square. The vehicle was described as a new model Ford F-150 dark blue in color with a cap on the bed. The complainant was unable to see the vehicle registration. Police checked the area, but did not locate the suspect vehicle 08-30-2017 4:25 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oxwood Dr. for a report of an animal not being taken care of for several days. Upon location, police were able to get in contact with the care taker who was watching the animal, which was in good condition. 08-31-2017 9:29 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Hollywood St. for a report of harassment. Upon location, police contacted both parties and advised that was a civil issue that can be resolved through compromise. 8:30 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for an employee who was in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was treating the employee.

UP COMING EVENT ANNUAL WW II REENACTMENT DAY Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes to remind our community that on Saturday, September 16, 2017 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. the "Liberation of New Oxford" will take place along Center Square of New Oxford Borough. A reenacted battle will take place between American and German forces. Citizens are invited to come out and observe this event. Eastern Adams Regional wishes to remind everyone that during this event Route 30 or Lincoln Way East and West will be closed during this event. In addition, on Friday, September 15, 2017 between the hours of 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the annual WW II-Era Show and Dance will be held. Anyone wishing more details may call 717-624-6240