Blotter: Robberies, evading arrest, hit and run, theft from mailboxes
natural death – At 8:50 a.m. on September 9, police responded to the 400 block of Chestnut Hill Road for a report of a natural death. Police determined that an 88-year-old Fredericksburg woman was found unresponsive in the living room of her home by her brother, who called 911. The victim had multiple health conditions. No signs of criminal activity were observed at the scene.
Robbery – Denny Zog, 44, has been identified as the person responsible for the burglaries at two senior living facilities: Crider Commons at 631 N. 8th St. and Willows Senior Apartments at 609 N. 12th St. Police charged Zog with one count of burglary, and he is a substituted person. Interest in two similar burglaries at Maple Terrace, 725 Maple St. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the Lebanese City Police.
Arrest warrant – On September 14, an arrest warrant was issued for Tyshawn Haynes, 31, with the original charge being failure to register – sex offender.
Arrest warrant – On September 14, an arrest warrant was issued for Luis Rosario Rodriguez, 40, with the original charge being possession of a controlled substance.
Arrest warrant – On September 15, an arrest warrant was issued for Terrance Robinson, 33, with the original charge being endangering the welfare of children.
Criminal mischief and harassment – On August 19, police responded to the 300 block of West Main Street for a vandalism complaint. Police noticed extensive damage to the bedroom door of one of the apartments. Through CCTV footage, police identified John Thomas, 38, as the person responsible for the damage. On August 30, a criminal complaint was prepared and filed through MDJ Garver’s office, accusing Thomas of criminal mischief and harassment.
Illegal dissemination of an intimate image – On September 13, police charged Jovanni Alvarez Torres, 24, with illegal dissemination of an intimate image through the office of MDG Garver. The charges stem from an incident report issued on May 7 in the 100 block of East Cherry Street. Alvarez Torres is accused of disseminating sexually explicit media of a female to another person without her consent.
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Unsworn falsification to authorities – On February 17, Dominic Lopez, 22, attempted to purchase a firearm at the Sheda Outpost, 1635 S. Lincoln Avenue, without being legally authorized to do so. Police charged Lopez with one count of unsworn falsification to authorities.
Reckless endangerment of another person, simple assault, criminal mischief – At approximately 2:27 p.m. on September 7, police responded to the 3100 block of State Drive for a trespassing complaint. Police learned that Nicholas Jump, 26, was parked on the property without permission. Security personnel asked him to leave but Gump refused to do so and became combative. He entered his car and deliberately collided with a security personnel vehicle. Jumpp was taken into custody at the scene and charged with reckless endangerment of another person, simple assault, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, and two counts of accidents involving damage to a vehicle or property.
Unsworn falsification to authorities – On Aug. 17, Alex Milan, 24, attempted to purchase a firearm at the Sheda Outpost, 1635 S. Lincoln Avenue, without being legally permitted to do so. Police charged Milan with one count of unsworn falsification to authorities.
Evading arrest or detention on foot, criminal trespass – At approximately 4:50 p.m. on September 12, police responded to the 500 block of Fox Ridge Lane for a trespassing complaint. At the request of the property owners, police ordered Patrick Stein, 45, to leave the property and not return to it. At approximately 5:13 p.m., they learned Stein had returned, and when police contacted him, he fled on foot. Stein was arrested and charged with one count of evading arrest or detention on foot and one count of criminal trespass.
Criminal attempt to commit burglary, criminal attempt to commit criminal trespass – At approximately 10:11 a.m. on September 13, police responded to a possible burglary in progress to the 500 block of Foxchase Lane. Police noticed Patrick Stein, 45, trying to force open the front door of the house and took him into custody. Police charged Stein with criminal attempt to commit burglary, criminal attempt to commit criminal trespass, and criminal trespass.
Theft from mailboxes Over the past few days, South Lebanon Township police have received multiple reports of checks being stolen from mailboxes. Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call police at 717-274-0482.
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Vehicle accident – At 8:54 p.m. on September 8, a 2001 Dodge Ram driven by a 37-year-old Palmyra man collided with a brick wall and a mailbox in the 2200 block of South Forge Road. The man said he was blinded by the lights of an oncoming car before it hit the wall. The Dodge was towed from the scene. No injuries were reported. Campbelltown Fire assisted at the scene.
Vehicle accident – At 8:34 a.m. on September 12, an accident occurred in the 600 block of South Lingle Street when a Toyota sedan driven by a 43-year-old Palmyra woman collided with a Ford sedan driven by an 88-year-old Palmyra man. Son’s car was exiting the Lingle Avenue Elementary School building when it moved without proper authorization. The Palmyra man’s car had the right of way when the accident occurred.
Hit and run accident – A hit-and-run was reported at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 11 on the 4200 block of Harvest Road. The vehicle in question is believed to be a black Ford truck, either a Ranger or a 1997-2003 Ford F-150. The truck’s side turn signal housing was found in the area. If anyone sees a vehicle matching this description with body damage and a missing turn signal lens housing unit, contact South Londonderry Township Police at 717-838-1376. The truck damaged personal property and a telephone pole.
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