This 2-vehicle crash occurred on May 30 at 4:40pm on SR 501N 1117 ft north of Oak Street as Unit 1, a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am, was exiting the Dutchway Store attempting to make a left turn onto SR 501. Unit #2 was traveling north on SR 501. Operator #1 made a left turn onto SR 501 in front Operator #2. Initial impact occurred as the front end of Unit #2 struck the rear end of Unit #1. There were no injuries and Unit #1 was towed from the scene. The driver of Unit #1 was cited with Vehicle entering or crossing roadway.
A 55 year old Harrisburg man has been cited for Public Drunkenness on 5-08-19 at 0320 hours on the 1100 block of Cumberland Street.
A 26 year old Lebanon man has been cited for Disorderly Conduct on 5-25-19 at 0310 hours at 916 Cumberland Street.
A 13 year old male from Lebanon and a 13 year old male from West Lebanon Township have been cited for Curfew violations on 5-21-19 at 0235 hours at 1201 Maple Street.
Luis Ortiz-Soto a 27 year old Lebanon resident has been charged with Aggravated Assault, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Driving While Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked, Protective Equipment for Motorcycle Riders (2 counts) and Driving Upon Sidewalk after a traffic stop on 5-27-19 at 2059 hours on the 900 block of Church Street. Ortiz was stopped for riding on the sidewalk and not having proper eyewear while riding a motorcycle. Police allege Ortiz would not identify himself after the traffic stop then spit on and kicked an officer after being taken into custody. Ortiz was transported to LCCB and arraigned before MDJ Maria Dissinger. He was incarcerated at LCCF in lieu of $15,000 bail.
Eric Cook a 50 year old Lebanon resident has been charged with Simple Assault after an incident on 5-25-19 at 0038 hours on the 200 block of S. 9th Street. Cook is accused of punching the 46 year victim causing injury to his head. Cook was transported to LCCB and arraigned before MDJ Anthony Verna. He was incarcerated at LCCF in lieu of $7,000 bail.
Phillip Lehman a 21 year old Lebanon resident has been charged with Aggravated Assault, Endangering the Welfare of Children, Simple Assault (domestic violence related), Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Disorderly Conduct after an incident on 5-25-19 at 0157 hours on the 300 block of N. Harrison Street. Lehman is accused of striking the 38 year old victim, throwing a glass vase and other items after throwing her to the floor. The victim was injured requiring medical treatment for lacerations and severe swelling on her face. He is also accused of striking a 10 year old victim and dragging her down stairs causing injury to her leg and arms. She was also treated for injuries. Lehman was transported to LCCB and arraigned before MDJ Anthony Verna. He was incarcerated at LCCF in lieu of $25,000 bail.
A 17 year old male from Lebanon has been cited for Harassment after an incident on 5-19-19 at 2343 hours at 1202 Maple Street.
A 43 year old Lebanon man has been cited for Scattering Rubbish after an incident on 5-14-19 at 1652 hours on the 00 block of Canal Street.
North Cornwall Township
TRAFFIC CRASH – NON-REPORTABLE
05/31/2019 17:53 (Friday)
1261 QUENTIN RD – LEBANON
KOHL’S DEPARTMENT STORE
A 37 year old Lebanon woman was traveling northbound on traffic way in front of Kohl’s. A 54 year old Lebanon woman was pulling / traveling from 2nd parking row from north, traveling west and failed to stop at intersection, striking the 37 year old. No injuries reported, both vehicles were drivable.
North Londonderry Township
On May 31 at 2:15pm on the 1200 block of Grubb Road, an 82 year old Palmyra woman was cited with Careless Driving after she struck a parked vehicle owned by a 53 year old Palmyra woman.
On June 2 at 3:18pm on the 200 block of Oak Lane, a resident reported two mountain bikes were stolen from the front yard between 2:20pm and 2:30pm. Bikes were valued at $78 each.
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