A 37 year old Lebanon man charged for an incident February 23rd, 11:50 PM, on the 100 block of Julia Lane, involving a 38 year old female.
A 18 year old Reinholds woman charged for an incident March 3rd, 11:15 AM, on Schaeffer Road.
Burglary Residential No Force
00 Block of W Main Street
March 3, 4:05am
On the above date and time, Pennsylvania State Police Jonestown investigated a report of terroristic threats involving a gun at the above location. Upon investigation, it was determined that a 22 year old Millcreek woman attempted to enter the apartment of a 32 year old Millcreek man while threatening to kill the individuals inside. The woman was disarmed by the victim and contacted police. She was arrested and charged accordingly. PSP Jonestown is continuing to investigate the incident.
North Cornwall Township
TRAFFIC CRASH – NON-REPORTABLE
03/06/2019 18:17 (Wednesday)
1900 BLK OF WALNUT ST – LEBANON
A vehicle driven by a 35 year old Lebanon woman was disabled/parked (ran out of gas) facing west, partially in the roadway, with her hazard lights flashing. A 45 year old Lebanon woman reversed out of her driveway and struck the other driver. No injuries reported, both vehicles were drivable.
TRAFFIC CRASH – NON-REPORTABLE
03/06/2019 10:41 (Wednesday)
WILHELM AVE @ CORNWALL RD – LEBANON
A 60 year old Lebanon man was on Wilhelm Avenue, attempting to turn left onto Cornwall Road. He began to pull forward, saw it was not clear and stopped. When he stopped, a 20 year old Lebanon woman stuck the rear of his vehicle. Both vehicles sustained minor scratches if any damage and no injuries were reported.
TRAFFIC CRASH- REPORTABLE
03/06/2019 02:57 (Wednesday)
2170 COLEBROOK RD – LEBANON
A 29 year old Lebanon woman was traveling north on Colebrook Road and hit a patch of snow/ice. The vehicle spun, struck a tree on the passenger side of the vehicle, then shrubs and broke a wooden fence on private property. No injuries were reported, vehicle was towed from the scene.
TRAFFIC CRASH- REPORTABLE
03/06/2019 07:16 (Wednesday)
20 BRICKER LN – LEBANON
A 27 year old Myerstown woman was traveling westbound on Walnut Street, approaching Mill Street / Bricker Lane. Her vehicle exited the roadway into the yard of 20 Bricker Lane, striking a utility pole, 40 mph speed limit sign and three peach trees. Her vehicle sustained heavy front end damage and towed from the scene. She was transported to the Hershey Medical Center for head and neck pain.
03/05/2019 14:20 (Tuesday)
S 22ND ST – LEBANON
A 26 year old Lebanon man was stopped for a failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. His license was requested to be returned to PENNDOT. License was returned and he was cited for Driving while Operating Privilege is Suspended or revoked and given a verbal warning concerning the stop sign violation.
North Lebanon Township
Driving under the influence
A 21 year old Womelsdorf woman was charged with driving under the influence, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia after an incident that occurred on October 22, 2019, in the 1300 block of East Lehman Street. Also charged: a 37 year old Myerstown woman was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with the incident.
South Londonderry Township
Colebrook Road/Long Road
March 4, 1:18am
The South Londonderry Township Police were dispatched to the area of Colebrook Rd. and Long Road for an intoxicated person. Upon arrival police found a 37 year old Palmyra woman passed out in a snow bank. She was transported to the hospital for evaluation.
15 Roseland Ave
February 28, 3:14pm
The South Londonderry Township Police Department was dispatched to 15 Roseland Ave. in Lawn for the report of a vehicle accident involving an over-turned horse and carriage. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the occupants of the carriage, who claimed no injuries as a result of the accident. Officers then assisted the owners of the horse with removing a wood splinter and debris from the collision off the horse. The horse was able to walk away from the incident and did not appear seriously injured. The occupants of the vehicle were two Palmyra juvenile males, 17 years old and 15 years old.
1953 S. Forge Road
February 17, 2019, 4:17pm
Driving vehicle at safe speed & roadways laned for traffic
The South Londonderry Township Police Department was dispatched to the 1900 block of S. Forge Road for the report of a motor vehicle collision involving a vehicle into the structure. Officers determined that only one vehicle was involved. No injuries were reported at the scene as a result of the collision. Driver was an 18 year old Palmyra man.
1600 block of Mt. Wilson Road
February 24, 2019, 11:53pm
The South Londonderry Township Police Department was dispatched to the 1600 block of Mt. Wilson Road for the report of a motor vehicle collision. It was determined that only one vehicle was involved, driven by a 39 year old Lebanon woman. The investigation revealed that the motorist had struck a down tree in the middle of the roadway. It was also determined that the downed tree, possibly caused by high wind conditions, had caused damage to power lines adjacent to the roadway. Mt. Wilson Road was closed for 6+ hours due to the hazardous conditions.
2764 Horseshoe Pike, Londonderry Inn
February 19, 4:30pm
A 26 year old Warrenville, Illinois man was cited for harassment after an incident at the Londonderry Inn where the man bothered an employee and then chased the employee to a vehicle in the parking lot. The employee got into a vehicle and left the premises. The employee was not injured.
West Cornwall Township
Theft of Leased Property
A 42 year old Lebanon man has been charged for failing to return a Honda Generator 5000 that was rented from Eagle Rental, 2530 Quentin Road, on June 30, 2018. The generator is valued at $2304.85.
Possession of Marijuana
A 20 year old Lebanon man has been charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and criminal trespass for an incident July 14th, 4:37 AM, at Governor Dick Recreation Area, 3283 Pinch Road.
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