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

TWO BURGLARIES HIT CENTER SQUARE AREA NEW OXFORD BOROUGH On Saturday, May 19, 2018, Eastern Adams Regional Police Department received complaints of two burglaries which occurred overnight. The first report was reported by the owner of the Red Bud House located at 14 Center Square who stated that she secured her business on Friday night on May 18, 2018 at approximately 19:30 hours and upon her return to work on Saturday, May 19, 2018 at approximately 09:30 hours she discovered an unknown person(s) attempted to gain access to her business from the rear of her store. The owner located major damage on the exterior door frame by the lock and deadbolt mechanism and the lower half of door. Entry was not successful and nothing was taken due to having steel bars across the back of the door. The owner stated the damage to the door and dead bolt is around $500.00. The second incident occurred at the Immaculate Conception Thrift Shop located at 5 Carlisle Street. The manager of the shop, which is operated by the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church reported that an unknown person(s) took approximately $78 dollars from the cash register sometime between 15:00 hours on Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 09:00 hours. On arrival, police checked the exterior of the building and found all doors and windows to be secure with no signs of forced entry except It looks like someone used a pry bar and pushed the dead bolt open to the front door. There were no other reported items missing from the store. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department had a similar burglary occurrence from the Thrift Store and Red Bud House on the weekend of July 23, 2017. Eastern Adams Regional has a picture of a person of interest in this occurrence and we are asking the public’s help in identifying this individual. If anyone has any information, please contact PFC Timothy Mulder at 717-624-1614 extension 206.

POLICE LOG 05-10-2018 TO 05-21-2018 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 05/10/2018 1:47 am-Police were questioned by a perspective resident of the 800 block of Oxford Rd. on the crime conditions of the neighborhood. Same given. 8:08 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Shank Rd. for a report of trespassing. Upon location, police met with the individual who was viewing the property to dismantle the barn in a couple days. 9:41 pm-Police responded to the 600 block of Popular Rd. for a report of a deceased resident. Upon location, the resident had died of natural causes. 05/11/2018 10:55 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Seven Hundred Rd. for a report of a child in medical distress. Upon location, police found the child responsive & awaited the arrival of EMS to treat the child. 1:05 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School parking lot for a report of a suspicious vehicle parked there for an extended period. The vehicle was described as a silver pickup truck with two male passengers. Upon location, the vehicle had left the area. 8:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a request for information. Upon location, police presented the resident with information to help her resolve her problem. 11:29 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Matthew Drive for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, the resident needed help to his wife off the floor. 05/12/2018 6:28 am-Police responded to the unit block of Rose Ln. for a report of a 911 Hang Up. Upon location, police made contact with the resident who stated her child was playing with the phone & no assistance was required. 8:40 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a suspicious vehicle parked on the 200 block of Brickyard Rd. with no occupants. Police searched the area with negative results. 12:17 pm-Police received a complainant that a truck was traveling toward New Oxford southbound on Carlisle Pk. toward York RD. with a dog in the rear bed. Upon location, the truck had traveled into Berwick Township & PSP was forwarded the call. 7:19 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fleshman Mill Rd. for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, the resident was placed into a nursing facility & police notified the family member. 10:00 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a disabled vehicle on the highway on the 200 block of Berlin Rd. Police directed traffic until a tow truck arrived 05/13/2018 1:38 pm-Police responded to red Hill Rd. & Hanover St. for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 was stopped at the intersection for a stop sign on Red Hill Rd. when the vehicle entered into the intersection without the right of way striking Unit #2 which was traveling southbound on Hanover St. Both vehicles sustained damage that required towing. The driver of Unit #1 was transported to Hanover Hospital by United 33 with injuries. 2:52 pm-Police responded to Hanover St. & Red Hill Rd. for a report of a juvenile walking on the highway who might be intoxicated. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 6:26 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Cemetery for a report of a theft. The complainant stated that an unknown person(s) took without permission two vases of flowers left on her mother’s grave. 05/14/2018 11:59 am-Police responded to the unit block of John Dr. to assist the Adams County Probation Dept. conduct a home visit on the offender. The residence was search without incident. 4:25 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Katelyn Dr. for a report of a fraud. The complainant stated that an unknow person(s) hacked his computer & took over 200 original songs written by the complainant. There was no monetary loss to the complainant. 05/15/2018 9:39 am-Police responded to the 900 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a theft. The complainant stated that she ordered an iPhone case valued at $7.99 and a Tinker toy set with 200 pieces valued at $37.26 from Amazon, and it was delivered on 05-11-2018. The complainant stated she observed the package on her front porch, but did not take it into her residence. On the next day, the packages were taken from her porch by an unknown person(s). 12:16 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Mathew Dr. for a report of a neighborhood complaint. Upon location, police were notified of a code violation. Police advised to contact the code enforcement officer. 4:07 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Appler Rd. for a report of a reckless driver. Upon location, police were advised the vehicle was now in Hanover Borough, and the information was passed on to York County dispatch. 5:01 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Corey Ln. for a report of a missing juvenile who had not returned home after school. Upon police conducting a search, the juvenile returned home from a friend’s house unharmed in good condition. 9:30 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a vehicle with traffic violations & stopped this vehicle for investigation on the 500 block of Hanover St. Upon investigations, police cited ASHLEY IAN MCINTYRE W/M 26 years of age from Hanover & COURTNEY NICHOLE SHAFER W/F 23 years of age from Hanover with drug paraphernalia. 05/16/2018 10:30 am-Police responded to the new Oxford High School for a report of underage drinking on school property. Six (6) juvenile students will be cited for this offence. 05/17/2018 7:11 am-Police responded to Drummer Dr. for a report of a suspicious vehicle parked by the bus stop. Upon location, the vehicle was gone on arrival. There was no suspicious act reported. 11:58 am-Police responded to the 1300 block of Red Hill Rd. for a report of found ammunition. The resident was cleaning out her storage area and found old ammo from her late husband. 05/18/2018 Police responded to the unit block of Chinkapin Dr. for a report of a fraud. Upon location, police found the incident to be an advertisement for a service purchase. 10:08 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School parking lot for a report of a 911 hang up. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 05/19/2018 10:40 am-Police received information that a vehicle driving on Kohler Mill Rd is being operated with a person who may be drunk. Police located the vehicle on the 900 block of Irishtown Rd. & stopped the vehicle for investigation. Upon investigation, CHARLES MATTHEW RUTH W/M 57 years of age from Essex, Maryland was transported to Hanover Hospital for testing for possible DUI. After the test, he was transported to Adams County Prison for processing. 05/20/2018 2:00 am-Police responded to the unit block of Green Tree Dr. for a report of a suspicious person who rang the resident’s door bell & ran away. Upon location, police checked the exterior of the property for a break-in with negative results. Police then patrolled the neighborhood for this individual with negative results. 3:10 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Buglar Dr. for a report of a welfare check of a child. It was reported that a small child was on the roof. Upon location, police contacted the owner of the property who stated that his son has a safety harness on & is in no danger while they are working on the roof area. 5:35 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Erin Ct. for a report of a resident in medical distress. Upon location, the resident was unconscious & police notified EMS who arrived & transported him to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 05/21/2018 4:00 pm-Police responded to Mt. Misery Rd. & Black Lane for a report of an auto accident. Unit #2 was traveling northbound on Black Lane with the right of way when it struck Unit #1 who had entered into the intersection from Mt. Misery. The driver from Unit #2 sustained major injuries to his leg and arm & was transported to Hanover Hospital for treatment. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 05/11/2018 4:12 am-police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of two stray pit bulls running loose. Upon location, police checked the area with negative results. 10:09 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of South Water St. for a report of unauthorized use of a vehicle. Upon investigation, police made contact with the vehicle driver who returned the vehicle. 05/12/2018 4:25 am-Police responded to the unit block of Hanover St. for a report of a domestic. Upon location, the residence was dark with no visible signs of trouble. Police attempted to make contact, but received no answer at the door. 05/13/2018 2:08 am-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West the 7-Eleven for a report of a disturbance. Upon location, two individuals in a vehicle were parked & having a verbal argument. Police directed them to leave in which they complied. 6:21 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Pleasant St. for a report of a domestic. Upon location, police cited DANIEL LEE KNOUSE W/M 44 years of age from New Oxford with harassment. 05/14/2018 2:20 pm-Police received a report of a domestic incident between ex-husband & wife on the unit block of Lawrence Pl. Police advised the party to seek legal counsel 3:40 pm-police responded to Center Square for a report of an auto accident. Unit #1 and Unit #2 were both traveling northbound on Hanover St. approaching Center Square. Unit #2 stopped for the flow of traffic before entering the circle when Unit #1 struck Unit #2 in the rear. Unit #2 sustained minor damage with no reported injuries. 05/15/2018 2:01 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West High St. for a report of a stray cat. Upon location, police looked for the cat with negative results. 05/16/2018 12:42 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of a fire alarm. Upon location, the alarm was set off by a resident cooking on their stove. 1:21 am-Police responded to the unit block of Hanover St. for a report of a vehicle repossession. A 2005 Nissan Pathfinder was repossessed without incident. 05/17/2018 2:55 am-Police responded to the 100 block of High St. to relay information on an on-going investigation in McSherrystown. Upon location, police did not receive a response at the residence. 05/18/2018 12:18 pm-Police responded to Center Square for a report of a theft from auto. The complainant stated that sometime between 12:10 am and 02:30 hours on this date an unidentified person(s) entered her unlocked vehicle and took a large grey duffel bag and a one-man pup tent from her unlocked vehicle while she was in the Park Hotel 05/19/2018 2:37 am-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a disturbance at the 7-Eleven. It was report that a customer was drunk and boisterous in the business establishment. Upon location, the male had left the store without further incident. 9:00 am-Police responded to Carlisle St. for a report of a forced burglary. The complainant reported that sometime between 3:00 pm on May 18 and 9:00 am May 19, 2018 an unidentified person(s) broke into the thrift shop and took $78.00 in USC from the cash register without permission. 9:40 am-Police responded to Center Square for a report of an attempted burglary. The complainant reported that sometime between 7:30 pm on May 18 and 9:30 am on May 19, 2018 an unknown person(s) attempted to break into the store through the back door by forcing open the dead bolt and damaging the door. No entry was made & nothing was reported missing. 3:30 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of South Water St. for a report of a stray pit bull. Upon location, police were able to gain control of the animal & transport him to the SPCA for safe keeping. 4:45 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Antler Ln. for a report of a fraud. Upon location, police informed the resident not to send any money to anyone who solicits money to any organization which is unknown to them. 05/21/2018 2:28 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of West High St. for a report of a non-active domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police advised both parties of their rights & responsibilities concerning their property.

Click It or Ticket! The seatbelt enforcement period begins today across the state. The Eastern Adams Regional Police Department will be out issuing citations to people violating any PA traffic law. If your not wearing seatbelts you will be cited for that also. The law: Everyone in the car needs a seatbelt, front seat, back seat, adults, and children. No excuses, just Click it or Ticket!

FOUND!!!!!!! 05/19:2018 200 block of South Water Street in New Oxford Borough. Medium size brown and white pit bull was running loose. The dog had a collar but no identification and was very friendly. The dog was taken to the Adams County SPCA.

PREVENTING DRUG ABUSE THROUGH COMMUNITY ACTION Talking with kids about why and how to refuse drugs is important, but more needs to be done. Communities need to establish or reinforce acceptable behavior standards that don’t include drug use or abuse. Positive alternatives and positive pressure need to be built up. Preventing or reducing drug abuse in a community is a tough job, no question. But it can be done. You’ll need a solid group of concerned people, a task force, or committee to help. Enlist both those who are faced with the problem (area residents, parents, business people) and those who can help you with it (law enforcement, social service and health agencies, treatment facilities, school officials, land use and zoning officials). Tackle one issue at a time. Pick a clear goal, work together toward it, and then set another goal. You might form a parents’ group that could sponsor drugfree activities for kids, support each other in establishing and maintaining drug-free behavior standards for your children, and help the parents of kids who do become involved with drugs. You could focus on schools, making sure prevention is taught in the earliest grades or that a comprehensive curriculum for secondary schools includes ways to refer students who might be using drugs to counseling or treatment programs. Consider getting out the dealers in your community by using zoning and housing codes to evict them or by getting law enforcement to enforce other ordinances to make dealing an unprofitable experience in your area. You can also provide police with extra eyes and ears to look out for and report suspicious activity.

EASTERN ADAMS REGIONAL PERSONNEL CONDUCT A WORKSHOP ON HERION ADDICTION TO STUDENTS FROM NEW OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL 05-15-2018 On May 15, 2018, Eastern Adams Regional Patrolman Michael Bailey was invited to teach the 9th grade health class on drug addiction. Patrolman Bailey instructed the students on the different types of drugs that individuals become addicted to along with the health ramifications. Bailey prepared a slide show demonstration for the students and answered various questions.

VEHICLE STOP RESULTS IN DUI ARREST 05-06-2018 On May 6th, 2018 at approximately O2:00 hours, Patrolman Keller was on routine Patrol in the area of Erin Court and York Road in Oxford Township, Adams County. Keller observed a small silver colored vehicle traveling eastbound on York Road with the right front headlamp out. The vehicle was driving at a very slow speed. When the vehicle went past the patrolman, Keller observed that the left side license plate bulb was not in working order. Patrolman Keller began to follow the suspect vehicle while it proceeded Southbound on Hanover Street. While following the vehicle, Keller observed it swerving and crossing the double yellow line several times. He activated his overhead lights to perform a traffic stop, and the vehicle turned into the driveway at 525 Hanover Street. The vehicle had Maryland temporary registration plate. Keller approached the driver and asked the driver for his driver's license, insurance, and registration card. The driver complied and handed the patrolman his required paperwork. The driver was ID as Jamie Durboraw W/M from Westminster, Maryland. Patrolman Keller questioned the driver why he turned into this driveway if he was going to Westminster. Durboraw replied that he got a text message, and he wanted to pull into this driveway to read his text messages. While talking with the driver, Keller observed a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The driver was asked if he would voluntarily submit to a blood chemical test and he replied yes. Keller transported the driver to Gettysburg Hospital for a blood chemical test. After the blood test, the driver was then transported to Adams County Prison where he was incarcerated. On May 13, 2018, the test results were received and Durboraw’s blood registered a 0.96%. He will be charged with DUI and other traffic related charges.

This year, May 13-19 is National Police Week! National police week was created by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 by signing a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. This is a time officers celebrate those serving and honor the fallen. As of today, May 13, 2018 at 0100 hours, 53 officers have died in the line of duty for 2018. 🖤💙🖤 Please take the time and watch the short video below and see what police week means to us! Stay safe!

Police Officer Alex Sable passed away after suffering a heart attack during a SWAT training exercise at Community College of Baltimore County-Dundalk Campus in Dundalk, Maryland, on May 6th, 2018. He was participating in a SWAT school hosted by the Baltimore County Police Department. The participants were conducting a water rescue training exercise in a campus pool. As Officer Sable exited the pool at the end of the exercise he suffered cardiac arrest. On-site medics and firefighters immediately performed CPR. He was transported to a hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, where he remained until passing away on May 9th, 2018. Officer Sable was a member of the York County Quick Response Team. He is survived by his wife and three children.

POLICE LOG 05-01-2018 to 05-09-2018 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 05/01/2018 12:02 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Katelyn Dr. for a report of a domestic between husband & wife. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident. 12:55 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of East Golden Lane for a report of a domestic between ex-boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police made notification to all parties & advised them of their rights & where to seek help. 1:31 pm-Police responded to the 2800 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of an unknown suspicious person who was seen by the resident the night before.at 10:45 pm. Police informed the complainant to contact 911 when this type of incident occurs. 7:40 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Heritage Ct. for a report of harassment by a neighbor. Upon location, police advised the complainant. 05/02/2018 9:36 am-Police responded to a report of an auto accident at Hanover St. & Carlisle Pk. Both Units were traveling southbound on Hanover St. when they both stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 which was behind Unit #2 slipped off the brake causing her vehicle to move forward & strike Unit #2 in the rear. No injuries were reported with slight damage to both vehicles. 10:10 am-Police responded to Storm Store Rd. & Stone Bridge Rd. for a report of a hit & run accident. Upon location, police observed the incident took place in MT. Pleasant & notified the State Police to conduct the investigation. 10:18 am-Police received a report of a repossessed vehicle on the 100 block of Drummer Dr. The vehicle was a RV 1:20 pm-Police received a report from the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of lost/missing license tag. The complainant stated that sometime between April 23, 2018 & May 2, 2018 his license tag came off his vehicle while in use at an unknown location. 1:35 pm-Police responded to the 500 block of Oxford Rd. for a report of a domestic. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without incident. 7:12 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Heritage Ct. for a custody issue. This is an on-going problem & was referred to Children & Youth to investigate. 8:39 pm-Police responded to Hanover St. & Irishtown RD. for a report of an auto accident. Both vehicles were traveling southbound on Hanover St. when Unit #2 came to a stop at the stop sign at the intersection of Irishtown Rd. Unit #1 failed to stop & struck Unit #2 in the rear causing moderate damage which required towing provided by Mike’s Towing. The passenger of Unit #2 reported minor injuries. 05/03/2018 8:58 am-Police responded to the unit block of Billerbeck St. for a report of harassment by communication. 11:41 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Erin Ct. for a report of harassment by communication by text messaging from an old boyfriend. Police advised to block the caller. 1:10 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Mt. Misery Rd. for a report of a resident in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was on location & transported to Hanover Hospital for treatment. 05/04/2018 10:02 am-Police responded to the 1700 block of Carlisle Pk. to assist Adams County Children’s Services with a home visit. This was conducted without incident. 1:15 pm-Police received notification of a bomb scare, which would go off at 3:00 pm at the Intermediate School. Prior to evacuating the school, a male student was identified as the writer of the note and the incident was cleared. 2:39 pm-Police responded to the Intermediate School for a report of illegal parking on the grass. Upon location, police were able to make contact with the owner to re-park his vehicle legally. 6:45 pm-Police received a lost wallet from the 300 block of Lincoln Way East. Upon investigation, the property was returned to the owner. 7:18 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a parking problem. Upon location, police notified the owner of the vehicle to move to allow another vehicle which was blocked to leave. 10:12 pm-Police responded to the area of York Rd. & Carlisle Pk. for a report of a reckless driver. Upon location, police did not observe the vehicle in our area. 05/05/2018 11:21 am-Police were requested by a resident from the unit block of Oxford Ct. for a custody issue to stand by the residence for visitation. Police notified the resident the resident that police do not get involved in custody issues 12:54 pm-Police responded to the area of the 1700 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a baby coach left on the highway. Upon location, police did not observe the coach. 7:25 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Elm Ln. for a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on the highway. Upon location, police investigated the individual in the vehicle who was waiting to pick up a resident. 8:01 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Baldwin Ct. for a report of a child screaming. Upon location, police made contact with the sitter who stated that the child screamed from watching a scary movie. 05/06/2018 12:03 am-Police responded to the 4700 block of York Rd. for a fight at the Old Mill Bar. Upon location, the altercation was broken up & the parties went on their way. 2:00 am-While on routine patrol in the area of the 4700 block of York. Rd, police conducted a vehicle stop for traffic violations. Upon investigation, police took into custody JAMIE ROBERT DURBORAW W/M 42 years of age from Westminster, MD & transported him Hanover Hospital for testing for DUI. The male was then transported to Adams County Prison for processing. 6:13 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a found wallet. Upon location, police were able to return the property to the owner. 9:16 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Jenna Ln. for a report of a dog barking. Upon location, no barking was heard & police talked to the owner who took his dog in from the yard. 11:41 pm-Police responded to the 1000 block of Irishtown Rd. for a resident in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was on location treating the individual. 11:25 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Erin Ct. for a report of a resident in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was on location & transported him to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment. 11:50 pm-Police responded to the 2800 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of harassment of communication from a former boyfriend who now resides in Kansas. Police advised to put a block on the caller. 05/07/2018 11:37 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Erin Ct. for a resident in medical distress. Upon location, EMS was on location & transported to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment 05/08/2018 7:40 am-Police were requested to contact a resident on the 600 block of Harmony Dr. to obtain contact information for the Hanover Borough PD. 9:15 am-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & York Rd. for a report of a reckless driver who was approaching Crosskeys in a tan colored Nissan. The vehicle was out of our jurisdiction upon police arrival. 10:15 am-Police are conducting an investigation of the issuance of a bad check from a business on the unit block of Walker Dr. Police made contact with the offender who was given time to make payment before charges will be followed. 05/09/2018 2:43 pm-While on routine patrol, police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. Upon investigation, the driver, GARY W. KNIPPLE W/M 52 years of age from New Oxford was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 4:03 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Poplar Rd. for a resident in medical distress. Upon location, police observed the resident to be visible upset and in need of attention. At this time, the husband came home & assumed responsibility of her. 4:30 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Reba Dr. for a report of harassment by communication. The complainant stated that an unknow person was harassing her on Facebook. Police advised to block that individual. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 05/02/2018 7:20 am-Police responded to the unit block of Oxwood Cr. to assist the Sheriff’s Office with the service of a warrant. Upon location, the warrant was served without incident & the male was transported to Adams County Prison for processing. 05/05/2018 6:58 am-Police responded to the unit block of Oxwood Ct. for a report of a stray black & white pit bull. Upon location, the dog was retrieved by its owner & taken home. 10:57 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a female fall to the ground in the Center Square area. Police stopped to help the resident who needed assistance to her vehicle, so her husband could drive her home. 05/07/18 4:50 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of West High St. for a report of a two-year-old male who had fallen out of his window on the second floor. The child was medevacked out by helicopter to Hersey Medical Center.

Share the Road - May is Motorcycle Safety Month The Pennsylvania Driving Under the Influence Association, (PA DUI Assn.) is reminding drivers and riders the month of May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness month nationwide. Due to Pennsylvania's northern climate, motorcycles tend to be more seasonal and are not as prevalent on the roadway during winter months. All motorists are reminded to exercise additional caution as the advent of warmer weather leads to greater numbers of motorcycles on the highways, streets and traffic ways of Pennsylvania. After a long, hard winter, motorists must once again acclimate to the presence of motorcycles, checking carefully for them before pulling out into traffic, making lane changes or executing other driving maneuvers. Motorcycle operators are also urged to exercise caution while riding. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), 5,286 motorcyclists died nationwide as a result of crashes in 2016. In 2017, there were 3,188 crashes involving motorcycles within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Of those crashes, 185 resulted in fatalities - 46 of those fatalities involved alcohol impaired operators, according PENNDOT statistic's from the PA crash information website. Per vehicle mile traveled, motorcyclists were 28 times more likely to suffer a fatal crash than operators of other vehicles. Of the motorcyclists killed in 2016, 37% were found to be impaired by alcohol; in fact, motorcyclists had the highest percentage of fatal crashes per vehicle mile traveled involving impaired operators as compared to operators of other types of vehicles. The PA DUI Association reminds all motorists that highway safety is everybody's responsibility and that driving impaired is never acceptable. Impairment can be caused by many different substances, not just alcohol - impairment is impairment. Police are trained to recognize impairment and will be out during the warmer weather enforcing highway safety and removing impaired drivers or riders from our highways.

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Between March 19, 2018 and April 29, 2018, Eastern Adams Regional Police participated in a targeted Aggressive Driver saturation detail. The detail was conducted in the area of 600 block of Hanover Street. A 35 MPH zone was enforced by PFC Mulder, Officer Keller and Officer Hess. During the detail, police conducted 162 vehicle investigations with 145 speeding violations, 8 suspended license 1 no insurance and 15 other violations cited. Speeds were clocked between 48 to 64 mph.. Speeding and other aggressive driving behaviors are among the leading causes of highway and local crashes and fatalities in Pennsylvania. Speeding convictions can result in points on your license, license suspension and steep fines, not to mention speeding endangers your lives and other motorists lives too!!!! SLOW DOWN or YOU WILL BE CITED!!!

POLICE LOG 04-19-2018 to 04-30-2018 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 04/19/2018 4:45 am-Police responded to the 6000 block of York Rd. to check on the welfare of a truck driver who had been parked for an extended period of time. Upon location, police made contact with the driver who was sleeping in his cab. 8:04 pm-Police responded to the 5800 block of York Rd. for a report of an intoxicated female who was uncooperative. Upon location, the female was calm and awaiting transportation home from a friend. 9:00 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of Hanover & Applier Dr., police observed the gate open to the over flow lot of Toyota. Police checked the area with negative results & closed the gate. 04/20/2018 12:00 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of four students in medical distress. The students were taken to the hospital for treatment & police are conducting an investigation on the cause of their condition. 5:07 pm-Police responded to a resident in medical distress in the area of Walnut Ln. & Hanover St. Upon location, police located the resident who was ill due to not being on her medication. EMS was notified & transported the resident to the hospital. 5:25 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Matthew Dr. for a report of a loose dog. Upon location, police were able to gain control of the pet & tried to determine ownership with negative results. The dog was taken to the SPCA for safekeeping. A short time later the owner of the pet called to report his pet missing & police notified him of its location. 04/21/18 12:22 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Elm Ln. for a neighborhood complaint of a neighbor putting fallen tree limbs in his yard. Upon location, police advised both parties. 6:44 pm-police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of a water leak. Upon location, police observed a water leak behind the Suzi Suds. Police made notifications to NOMA & the owner of Suzi Suds. 04/22/2018 3:22 am-Police responded to the area of Hanover St & Brickyard Rd. for a report of an animal being struck by an auto. Police searched the area with negative results. 8:05 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Drummer Drive for a report of a male who may be intoxicated & in need of help. Upon location, police stopped a 13-year-old male who was upset from arguing with his mother. Police returned the juvenile home. 04/23/2018 12:00 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Locust Ln. for a report of an attempted fraud. The complainant stated that she received a message from an unidentified person on Facebook messenger requesting that a $100.00 ITUNE card be purchased and sent back to him. Police advised to change password of her account. 10:00 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a vehicle traveling westbound on York Rd on the 5700 block and stop it for vehicle violations. Upon investigation, police took into custody two passengers for warrants out of York & Adams County. Taken into custody were ALEXANDER SANTOS MEDINA H/M 24 years of age from York, PA & SAMARY ELIZABETH JIMENEZ H/F 30 years of age from York, PA 04/24/2018 10:43 am-Police responded to the unit block of Baldwin Ct. for a report of a 911 hang up. Upon location, police met with the resident who stated that one of her seven children must have been playing with her phone. She did not require assistance. 8:42 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. to assist Gettysburg PD in gaining information on a vehicle accident investigation. Made contact with the resident & advised to contact the officer. 04/25/2018 8:01 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Liberty Dr. for a third-party report of an on-going domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend in McSherrystown. Police advised the third-party agencies who could help the couple resolve the situation. 04/27/2018 2:55 am-Police responded to the 900 block of Poplar Rd. for a report of a resident who fell & was hurt. Upon location, police waited the arrival of EMS to treat the resident. 9:51 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Hanover St. for a single vehicle accident. Unit #1 was attempting to turn onto Hanover St. from Carlisle Pk. when the driver of Unit #1 cut the turn too short forcing her vehicle to enter the ditch. The vehicle had to be towed out of the ditch before it could drive away. 10:21 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Oak Dr. for a report of a gas leak. Upon location, police had the residence evacuated until the arrival of the fire department to clear the household. 04/28/2018 11:44 am-Police responded to the unit block of East Locust Ln. for a report of a non-active domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Police advised the resident and gave her resource information to seek help . 8:25 pm-Police responded to Irishtown Rd. & Black LN. for a report of a vehicle which may have an intoxicated driver coming into the area from McSherrystown. Upon location, police did not observe this vehicle. 04/29/2018 6:21 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Kohler Mill RD. for a report of a stray dog with no collar on the highway. Police searched the area with negative results. 04/30/2018 1:52 am-Police responded to the area of York Rd. & Carlisle Pk. for a report of a possible drunk driver coming into our area from Hamilton Township. The State Police stopped this vehicle on Route 94 by the 94 Inn for DUI. 1:57 am-Police responded to an alarm on the 2000 block of Carlisle Pk. Upon location, police checked the property with negative results. 6:42 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a male on the 1600 block of Hanover St. hunting on private property. The male was stopped and requested to leave the property because he did not have permission to hunt by the owner. The male complied without incident. 1:10 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Hampshire Dr. for a report of a fraud. An unidentified person posed as an agent informed the complainant that a warrant for her arrest was approved for an unpaid tax bill & requested money. The complainant realized this was scam and notified police. 1:45 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford High School to observe an Active Shooter drill by the students to ensure their safety. The drill was performed with positive feedback by all observers. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 04/19/2018 8:59 am-Police assisted Hanover Borough Police Dept. make contact with a resident on the 100 block of Carlisle St concerning a vehicle which was loaned to the resident and not returned. Upon contact, the resident returned the vehicle without incident. 04/21/2018 3:56 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. for a report of domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, the boyfriend fled the area. Police are conducting further investigation. 04/22/2018 8:23 pm-Police received a report of a female who left the Family Dollar to be highly intoxicated to be driving westbound on Lincoln Way East. Upon notification, police observed this vehicle enter the 7-Eleven parking lot. Police conducted an investigation and transported JESSICA ANN SERVANCE H/F 29 years of age from Aspers to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI 04/23/2018 12:13 am-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of a protest at the Turkey Plant. Upon location, police did not observe any protesters. 9:53 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of South Water St. for a report of harassment. Police advised the parties or charges will be forth coming. 04/24/2018 7:49 am-Police responded to Tracy Avenue for a report of a reckless driver who was reported to be driving all over the place from York Rd. through Lincoln Way West. Police searched the area with negative results. 04/26/2018 2:02 pm-Police responded to a report of an auto accident on the 200 block of Lincoln Way East. Unit #2 was attempting to make a left-hand turn from the eastbound lane of Lincoln Way East into the Areo Parking Lot when it was struck broadsided by a tractor-trailer also traveling eastbound. Both vehicles sustained minor damage with no injuries reported. 4:48 pm-Police responded to Lincoln Way West and South Water St. for a report of a reckless driver. The vehicle was described as a white Chrysler. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. 04/27/2018 12:24 pm-police responded to the 100 block of East High St. for a report of harassment through communication. Upon location, police made contact with the offender & advised to stop communicating with the ex-boyfriend. 04/28/2018 3:03 am-Police responded to the 200 block of West High St. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Police defused the situation & advised both parties. 04/29/2018 10:06 am-Police responded to the 300 block of Lincoln Way West for a report of a civil complaint. The owner of 4-wheeler had left his vehicle for repair when the vehicle was repaired the owner wanted to report it stolen because he did not authorize the repair, and the repairman would not return it because of non-payment. 04/30/2018 9:46 am-Police received a report of a theft which occurred on April 29, 2018 between the hours of 16:30 to 18:00 hours from a vehicle parked in Center Square. The complainant reported that an unidentified person(s) took part of his trailer hitch when he was parked in this location. The cost of the hitch part was approximately $50.00 12:26 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Lincoln Way East for a report of bad checks received for the purchase of an item. The offender purchased an item and the check was returned for insufficient funds. Police are investigating for possible charges.

TRAFFIC INVESTIGATION FOR EXPIRED REGISTRATION RESULTS IN DUI ARREST On April 14, 2018 at approximately 12:00 pm, PFC Mulder was on routine patrol making a security check of the 7-Eleven business located on the 400 block of Lincoln Way West when he observed a blueish color Honda Pilot parked with all the windows down. PFC Mulder observed that the registration was expired. A record check was performed of the registration and it came back expired as of June 2017. The driver of the vehicle came out of the 7-Eleven then pulled out onto Kohler Mill Road and was traveling South. PFC Mulder began to follow the vehicle onto West High Street where he pulled the vehicle over for investigation. Mulder walked up to the driver’s side window and could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver was asked for his driver’s license, registration, and insurance. The driver informed Mulder he did not have his wallet. Mulder asked him whose wallet was laying in the center console, and he said it was his and he handed Mulder a PA ID card. The driver admitted he did not have insurance or a valid registration. The driver was identified as MELECIO ESCAMILIA-BALBUENA H/M 38 years of age from New Oxford who was transported to Hanover Hospital Emergency Room for a legal blood draw. On April 24, 2018 at 15:06 hours, Mulder received the results for Escamilla-Balbuena blood from NMS Labs, and it showed positive results of marijuana in his blood. MELECIO ESCAMILIA-BALBUENA will be charged with DUI drugs and other traffic offenses

EASTERN ADAMS REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTICIPATES IN THE SEMI-ANNUAL DRUG TAKE BACK DAY Eastern Adams Regional Police Department participated in the semi-annual Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. The drug take back was held at the Eastern Adams Regional Police Department Headquarters. Patrolman Douglas Fishel was present to greet all our citizens with their outdated medications. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department collected 5 ½ boxes full of drugs which were turned in by the residents. We wish to thank all the residents for their participation in this event, which made it a huge success.

EASTERN ADAMS REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTNERS WITH STUDENTS FROM ADAMS COUNTY TECH PREP. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department demonstrated their support for the students of Adams County by partnering with Adams County Tech Prep on April 26 and April 27, 2018 to participate in the administration of their annual NOCTI testing. This is a national test given to all the students enrolled in the different technical trades offered by the school. Each person is tested and graded on their ability to complete assigned tasks. The results of this testing are compared to all the other students in the nation enrolled in these programs. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department helped the Criminal Justice Department with administrating the tests for their students. They were judged for their abilities to conduct and process a legal arrest, their ability to investigate and process a crime scene, the ability to conduct a vehicle investigation safely with proper probable cause, and a memory test of a crime scene. Patrolman Douglas Fishel and Chief Francis Staab volunteered their time to support the students. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department will like to commend the instructor of the Criminal Justice Department, Patrick O’Leary for his outstanding teaching abilities which enabled the students to complete all their assigned tasks in an above average manner. We wish to congratulate the students on a job well done and anticipate the contributions which they have to offer to the law enforcement community, if they wish to seek a career in this field. Best of luck on your bright future endeavors.

VEHICLE INVESTIGATION RESULTS IN DUI ARREST IRISHTOWN ROAD & KOHLER MILL ROAD On March 6, 2018 at approximately 22:53 hours, Patrolman Keller was on routine patrol in the area of Horseshoe Bend at Irishtown Road & Kohler Mill Road when he observed a vehicle sitting on the highway preventing traffic flow. Patrolman Keller pulled his police vehicle into the adjacent church parking lot to observe this vehicle. This put the patrolman approximately 50 yards away from the vehicle sitting in the middle of the road. Keller could hear a male and a female yelling and screaming at each other. He immediately left the church parking lot to investigate to see what was going on. As Keller was pulling up to the rear of the vehicle, he activated his overhead lights and his flood light. He observed two occupants in the vehicle with a female driving. The vehicle sped away heading east onto Irishtown Road. Keller radioed 9-1-1 Center and advised them he was attempting a vehicle stop on a silver-colored Ford Mustang. PFC Mulder was able to stop the vehicle on Hanover Street and Keller moved his patrol car up behind it to box the vehicle in. PFC Mulder and Patrolman Keller observed a crack pipe in plain view on the passenger front seat of the Ford Mustang. They also observed a pocketbook sitting on the center front console. The pocketbook was opened, and they noticed an orange pill container bottle laying inside the pocketbook. The officers could smell an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver. When asked if she was drinking, she said yes and then also said somebody spilled a beer on her. The driver was asked why she did not pull over, and she replied she was afraid she was going to run out of gas. She wanted to get home before that happened. She did not deny about having the crack pipes. The driver was advised she was being placed under arrest for multiple charges and driving under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance. She was asked if she would voluntarily submit to a blood chemical test. The driver was identified as VICTORIA ANN STUMP W/F 27 years of age from Hanover, and she was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing. On April 23, 2018 police received the test results from the Pennsylvania State Police Forensic Lab. The test results state it was positive for drugs. Stump will be charged with DUI and other drug related charges.

EASTERN ADAMS REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT CAPTURES SUSPECT ON MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION 100 BLOCK OF EAST CHESTNUT STREET, COATSVILLE, PA 04-21-2018 On March 9, 2018 an New Oxford Borough 13-year-old female was lured to run away from home from a 33-year-old male who identified himself on Teen Chat as a 15-year-old male. The male picked up the victim in New Oxford and drove her to his residence. The male was identified by the victim as being Victor. The male was able to manipulate the victim into taking drugs and having sexual contact with him. On March 13, 2018, the victim was able to leave the residence and be pick up by a relative at the local mall. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies began an extensive investigation into this incident. Patrolman Larry Kitzmiller and Patrolman Douglas Fishel were assigned the investigation. On April 19, 2018, Patrolman Kitzmiller and Patrolman Fishel along with the victim returned to Parkesburg, PA in Chester County to try and locate the residence of the suspect. Upon investigation, the Patrolmen were directed to Coatesville, PA in Chester County to continue their search. Once in Coatesville, the victim identified the suspect’s vehicle on the street where the suspect lives. The vehicle was a maroon 2004 Dodge Ram 1500. Patrolmen Kitzmiller and Fishel ran the vehicle for identification and it came back to Victor, the suspect of the investigation. On April 21, 2018, Kitzmiller and Fishel along with Officers Reach and Carter from the Coatesville Police Department executed an arrest warrant for Victor. At approximately 06:15 hours, the officers set up surveillance of the suspect’s residence to await his departure from his residence. At 07:51 hours, the suspect exited his residence and drove away in his vehicle. At 07:55 hours, the officers conducted a felony car stop at the intersection of North 1st Street and Lincoln Highway. Taken into custody without incident was VICTOR PREIGO H/M 33 years of age from 116 East Chestnut Street, Coatesville, PA. The offender is being charged with numerous felonies for sexual assault, unlawful contact with minors, Indecent assault under 16-years of age, interference with custody, corruption of minors, and criminal use of communication facility.

DUI ARREST 700 BLOCK OF HANOVER STREET On March 23, 2018 around 01:11 hours while on routine patrol in the 100 block of Lincoln Way East coming into Center Square, PFC Mulder observed a dark colored sedan going around the Square following another vehicle to close. The vehicle was approximately 2 to 3 feet from the rear of the vehicle. Police followed this vehicle south on Hanover Street. The vehicle continued to follow the vehicle in front of them to close. In the vicinity of Fern Drive, the vehicle hit the double yellow line. The vehicle traveled another 150 feet and hit the double yellow line again. Once the vehicle got to the intersection of Hanover Street and Irishtown Road it made a quick stop and continued south on Hanover street. At this time, Police turned on their overhead lights and siren. The vehicle then hit the fog line then traveled back onto the roadway and then pulled over to the side of the roadway. PFC Mulder approached the driver’s side door and he could immediately smell the odor of alcohol and cologne coming from inside the vehicle. Mulder asked the driver for his driver’s license, registration and insurance. The operator was looking in the glove box and handed the Officer his insurance and driver’s license. The driver continued to look for his registration in the glove box, but could not find his registration which was sitting on his lap. The driver was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. On April 15, 2018, the test results were received with a blood level of 0.146% and ALEXANDER LUKE ANDROS W/M 25 years of age from Hanover was charged with DUI and Driving Too Closely.

TIP FROM CONCERNED MOTORIST RESULTS IN DUI ARREST 1600 BLOCK OF HANOVER STREET On April 11th, 2018 at 00:39hrs Eastern Adams Regional Patrolman Keller was on routine Patrol sitting on Erin Court at York Road Oxford Township, Adams County watching traffic. An unknown motorist pulled in across from the patrolman and advised him that a dark colored vehicle that just went past this location was all over the roadway. The motorist’s states that at one time the vehicle crossed over into the other lane of travel and then come back almost running off the side of the road. Patrolman Keller pulled out onto York Road and headed eastbound to try to locate and observe this dark colored vehicle. As he was coming into the Borough of New Oxford, He observed the vehicle on Lincoln Way West. The dark colored vehicle entered the Square of New Oxford and turned onto Hanover Street. Police followed the vehicle southbound on Hanover Street and observed the vehicle crossing over the center double yellow line several times, and then it would cross over the white fog line again. Police continued observation of the vehicle for approximately 2 miles on Hanover Street. The operator continued drifting in and out of the center lane. At the intersection of a Appler Drive and Hanover Street, Police activated their overhead lights to perform a traffic stop. Patrolman Keller conducted the investigation and " While talking with the driver could smell an acholic beverage coming from his breath and body. The male was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for DUI. On April 18, 2018 I received the blood test report from NMS Lab. The report showed that the operator had Schedule III drugs, and a BAC% 0.183 in his blood system at the time of the traffic stop. The operator was identified as LOUIS ROBERT MARSIT W/M 56 years of age from Westminster, MD. He will be charged with DUI Controlled Substance, DUI Alcohol over .16%, and Failure to Keep Right

POLICE LOG 04-07-2018 to 04-18-2018 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 04/07/2018 9:05 am-Police responded to Hanover St. & Fern Dr. for a report of found property. The complainant found a set of unidentified keys on the highway at that location. Police are requesting if anyone is missing a set of keys please come to our Station to identify them. 04/08/2018 1:51 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Brickyard Rd. for a report of multiple gun shots in the area. Upon investigation, police discovered that the shots were fired from the adjacent property who had set up a target range on their property. Police advised the resident to refrain from this action in which they complied. 2:19 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Brickyard Rd. for a report of a landlord/tenant issue. Police advised both parties without further incident. 7:27 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Erin Ct. for a report of a suspicious person going through the trash, which had been placed into the dumpster. Upon location, the male had left the area. 04/09/2018 6:29 am-Police responded to a report of a white Honda Accord driving recklessly on York Road from Hamilton Township. Police checked the area, but did not observe it in our area. 9:49 am-Police responded to the 200 block of Erin Ct. for a report of a parking issue. Upon location, police informed the complainant that this street is a private street unregulated by police. Police contacted the management company of the issue. 12:42 pm-Police responded to the 5600 block of York Rd. for a report of a resident who had fallen & received injuries. Upon location, police help assist EMS with lifting the resident. 7:28 pm-Police responded to the 500 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a fraud. The complainant stated that he received a bill for a cell phone in which he does not own. Upon investigation, an unidentified party opened an account in Texas for a Verizon phone in his name without permission. The incident was referred to the Verizon fraud department. 10:53 pm-Police responded to the 1600 block of Hanover St. for a report of a domestic between mother & daughter. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident. 04/10/2018 1:35 pm-Police responded to the 1800 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of lost property. 2:40 pm-Police responded to a report of an auto accident on the 1700 block of Hanover St Unit #1 was traveling southbound on Hanover St. approaching Carlisle Pk. when she lost control of her vehicle going off the roadway into a ditch. The vehicle required towing provided by TNT Towing, and the operator was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for treatment. 3:24 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Fiddler Dr. for a report of a custody issue between parents. Upon location, police spoke with the parties and advised that police cannot interfere with custody without an active custody order. Neither party ever filed for one. 9:46 pm-While on routine patrol in the area of the 200 block of Brickyard Rd., police observed a suspicious vehicle parked unattended with an object in the back seat. The father of the owner was notified to remove the vehicle in which he complied. 04/11/2018 12:39 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a vehicle on the 1600 block of Hanover St. operating recklessly. Upon investigation, LOUIS ROBERT MARSIT W/M 56 years of age from Westminster, MD was transported to Gettysburg Hospital for testing for possible DUI. 2:42 pm-Police responded to the New Oxford Middle School for a report of a custody dispute between parents. Upon location, police advised all parties must resolve this issue in the court system with a custody agreement. 3:44 pm-Police responded to the 900 block of Bridgewater Dr. for a report of a theft. Upon location, the resident stated that her resin angel was taken from her property without permission by an unidentified female described 5’4” tall, dark hair, wearing blue jeans with jewelry. The value of the angel was approximately $25:00 USC. 4:32 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Irishtown Rd. for a report of a hit & run accident. Also, the vehicle matched the discretion of the vehicle which fled from an accident in Hanover Borough. Police were able to investigate this vehicle & found the driver to have a strong odor of alcohol on his breathe. Upon further investigation the male was found to have controlled substances in his possession. The operator, DAVID LEPPO W/M 43 years of age from Gettysburg was transported to Hanover Hospital for testing for possible DUI and drug related charges. 9:21 pm-While on routine patrol, police observed a suspicious vehicle on the unit block of Shank Rd. The vehicle was parked unattended on this vacant property. An area search resulted in negative results. A relative of the owner was notified to remove the vehicle from the location in which they complied. 04/12/2018 8:44 am-Police received a complaint from the unit block of Reba Dr. of an unidentified brown Mitsubishi speeding through the development in the early hours between 6:30 am to 7:00 am. Police will monitor this area for speeding infractions. 11:16 am-Police responded to the New Oxford High School for a report of two male students who had drug paraphernalia in their possession on school property. The two students will be cited for this offense. 04/13/2018 1:16 pm-Police responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Way East in the shopping center parking lot for a report of a welfare check. Upon location, the male was intoxicated. JEREMY BROWN W/M 48 years of age from New Oxford will be cited for public drunkenness 1:49 pm-Police responded to the unit block of Walker St. for a report of cruelty to animals. Upon location, police spoke to the owner & observed the pet to be in good health. No further action required 3:00 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Berlin Rd. in the Middle School for a report of an assault. Upon location, a student will be cited for this offence. 9:00 pm-Police responded to the 1700 block of Carlisle Pk. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend on the highway. Upon location, police observed the couple on the highway and defused the situation without further incident. 04/14/2018 10:34 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Red Hill Rd. for a request by the resident to verify a vin number of a vehicle he just purchased to acquire a PA Title. 2:38 pm-Police responded to the unit block of West locust Ln. for a report of a 911 open line for help. Upon location, a children party was active, and one of the children dialed 911. No assistance required. 4:00 pm-Police responded to Carlisle Pk. & Appler Rd. for a report of an accident. Unit #1 was westbound on Municipal Rd stopped at the intersection of Carlisle Pk. Unit #2 was eastbound on Appler Rd. stopped at the intersection of Carlisle Pk. Unit #1 & Unit #2 both entered the intersection at the same time. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 on the driver’s rear tire well while trying to navigate a left-hand turn onto Carlisle Pk. Both vehicles required towing from the scene with no injuries reported. 04/15/2018 11:26 am-Police responded to the unit block of Green Tree Rd. for a report of a house fire. Upon location, the fire department was on location due extinguishing a stove fire from cooking. 2:16 pm-Police received a report of a hit & run accident which took place sometime between 04-13-2018 & 04-15-2018 by an unidentified vehicle. The complainant stated that his vehicle was parked on the unit block of Carly Dr. during the weekend and when he got home he discovered it had unspecified amount of damage to it. 04/16/2018 4:27 am-While on routine patrol in the area of Billerbeck St.& East Golden Ln., police observed vehicle parts on the ground which appeared was caused by an accident. Upon further investigation, police found this vehicle parked in the parking lot in the shopping center unattended. The owner of the vehicle stated she went off the roadway because an animal ran out in front of her vehicle causing her to veer off the roadway. 5:56 am-Police responded to the 500 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of flooding of the road. Upon location, the water had crested over the highway. Police made notifications. 1:09 pm-Police responded to the 300 block of Drummer Dr. for a report of two dogs running loose on the highway. Upon location, police were able to capture the dogs & ascertain the owner’s information and return them to their owner. The dogs were let out of their yard by the owner’s small children without his knowledge. 12:22 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Poplar Rd. to contact the resident on an open case being investigated by the Texas State Police. Upon location, the resident in question never resided at this location. 2:24 pm-Police responded to Kohler Mill RD. & Irishtown Rd. for a report of an accident. Unit 1 was southbound on Kohler Mill Road when it was unable to stop at the intersection due to wet roadways. Unit 1 slid through the intersection and struck Unit 2 as it was West bound on Irishtown Road. Unit 1 was towed for the scene by Mike's Towing from Hanover PA at the owner’s request, and Unit 2 was able to be driven away from the scene. 04/18/2018 12:08 am-Police responded to the 800 block of Kohler Mill Rd. to assist the fire department with a house fire with entrapment. The house was reported to be fully engulfed with flames. Upon location, there was no fire and the residents did not require assistance. The report was made as a result of a chimney fire in the fireplace that the owners lit. 9:18 am-Police responded to the 200 block of berlin Rd. for a report of damage to a mail box caused by an auto. The complainant stated that sometime during the night an unknow vehicle struck his mailbox causing major damage. Police investigated and found that an unknown 2010 Cadillac Escalade had struck the mailbox. This was determined by the part number of the dislodged mirror found at the scene. 1:52 pm-Police responded to the 2700 block of Carlisle Pk. to assist the Adams County Sheriff’s Office with warrant service. The offender was taken into custody without incident. 8:19 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of Brickyard Rd. for a parking dispute on private property. Upon location, the parties agreed to allow the vehicle to be parked there for aa extended time period. NEW OXFORD BOROUGH 04/08/2018 5:45 pm-Police responded to Lincoln Way East & Commerce St. for a report of a disabled vehicle on the highway. Upon location, police helped the operator push his vehicle off the roadway. 04/09/2018 9:09 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of east High St. for a report of a domestic between family members. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without further incident. 04/10/2018 10:52 am-Police responded to a complaint of loud noise on the 200 block of North Bolton St. Upon location, police spoke with all parties concerned to rectify the issue. 1:50 pm-Police responded to the unit block of North Water St. for a report of a fraud. The actor purchased items using a checking account without sufficient funds. Police are investigating . 8:11 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of West Golden Ln. for a report of two individuals walking their pet on private property. Police are investigating this complaint. 04/12/2018 10:37 am-Police responded to a report of an auto accident by the railroad tracks on Lincoln Way West. Unit #1 was stopped by the railroad tracks to observe if a train was coming into the crossing when the operator backed her tractor-trailer up striking Unit #2 on the front hood area causing minor damage. 04/13/2018 9:16 pm-Police responded to a report of two juvenile males sitting on the curb with their feet in the highway on the 300 block of South Water St. This was reported by a driver of a tractor-trailer who was concerned for their safety. Upon location, the juveniles were gone. Police checked the area with negative results. 04/14/2018 9:14 am-While on routine patrol in the area of West High St. & Hoover St., police observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. The vehicle was stopped for investigation and MELECIO ESCAMILLA-BALBUENA H/M 38 years of age was transported to Hanover Hospital for testing for possible DUI 11:38 am-Police responded to the 300 block of South Water St. for a report of a hazmat incident. Upon location, the fire department had responded to the event. 04/15/2018 7:44 am-Police responded to the 100 block of Carlisle St. for a report of a found wallet. Police were able to ascertain the owner & return the property. 6:19 pm-Police responded to the 100 block of Hanover St. for a report of a landlord/tenant issue. Upon location, police were able to defuse the situation without incident. 04/16/2018 8:28 am- Police responded to the 100 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. 7:52 pm- Police responded to the 100 block of Kohler Mill Rd. for a report of a domestic between boyfriend & girlfriend. Upon location, police defused the situation without further incident. Police gave notifications to the parties to seek help. 04/17/2018 1:30 am-Police responded to the 100 block of North Peters St. for a report of a dog barking. Upon location, police checked the area and all was quiet. 5:24 pm-Police responded to West High St. & Middle St. to check on the welfare of a small juvenile female playing by the bridge all alone. Upon location, police searched the area with negative results. No other reports were received for this incident. 11:43 pm-Police responded to the 200 block of West High St. for a report of a suspicious noise in the rear yard. Upon location, the noise was made by a dog going through the trash can. 04/18/2018 2:52 am-While on routine patrol, police observed a vehicle parked on the 400 block of Lincoln Way West in the 7-Eleven parking lot matching the description of a vehicle wanted for a robbery in Hanover Borough. Upon investigation, the operator was cleared of the robbery offence, but MATTHEW STALEY W/M 20 years of age from Gettysburg was cited for disorderly conduct for have a small amount of marijuana in his possession.

MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION PERSON OF INTEREST Eastern Adams Regional Police Department is seeking information to identify this Hispanic male pictured who goes by the name of “Victor “as being a person of interest in a missing person investigation. He is between 30 to 35 years of age,long dark hair with a large nose who drives a Dodge Pickup Truck. He may reside in Parksburg, PA in Chester County. The male is a person of interest on a missing person incident which occurred on March 9, 2018 in New Oxford Borough, Adams County, PA. The male picked up a 13 year-old-female who he had been in contact with him on “TEENCHAT”. He represented himself as a 15-year-old. He convinced her to meet and go away with him. The juvenile was picked up on March 9, 2018 in a Dodge Pickup Truck. She was transported to the male’s residence in Parksburg, PA. The male supplied drugs to the 13-year-old and then engaged in sexual contact with her. The 13-year-old was allowed to leave the residence on March 13, 2018 where she contacted a relative to pick her up to return home. Eastern Adams Regional Police Department wishes help to identify this individual. Anyone with information please contact Patrolman Larry Kitzmiller at 717-624-1614 ext. 212 or lkitzmiller@earpd.org