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Harassment – An 18 year old Lebanon man has been charged with harassment for an incident May 28th, 6:30 PM, in the 300 block of Pamela Lane, involving a 16 year old girl.
Hit & Run – A 31 year old Concord, VA woman has been charged with accidents involving damage to an attended vehicle and careless driving for an incident May 20th, 3:48 PM, on Boyd Street at Anthracite Road, when she struck a vehicle driven by a Myerstown man, and fled the scene.
On June 23 at 2019 at 8:54am, Troopers from the Pennsylvania State Police-Jonestown Station were dispatched to the Bahney House, located at 2 West Main Avenue, Myerstown Borough, Lebanon County, PA for a report of an active bomb threat in the rear parking lot of this location. Upon arrival, responding officers located both the suspicious package and the suspect. Troopers were able to safely take the suspect into custody and establish a perimeter around the suspicious package. Appropriate measures were taken to ensure the safety of Borough residents. Numerous residents were evacuated to a safe area, and the surrounding areas were blocked off. The PA State Police Hazardous Device and Explosives Section (HDES) was activated and members of the unit responded to the scene. The HDES members analyzed the suspicious package and completed render safe methods to disable the device within it. There is no danger to the public at this time. The incident disrupted traffic within Myerstown Borough for approximately 6 hours, until it was resolved. The incident is being handled by the Troop L, Jonestown Criminal Investigation Section. The actor, David Oxenrider 28 years old, was charged with Manufacturing a Weapon of Mass Destruction, Causing or Risking a Catastrophe, and Recklessly Endangering Another Person. He was transported to Lebanon County Booking Center, and is currently awaiting arraignment on the charges.
North Annville Township
On June 22, PSP Jonestown investigated a report of criminal mischief on the 1500 N block of SR 934, North Annville Township, Lebanon County. This incident occurred between June 15 at approximately 8:00pm and June 22 at approximately 10:30am. The complainant related she arrived at the above stated location and saw red paint/stain dumped on her sons black truck. The complainant and victim related, they do not have any idea who may have done this. The actor(s) fled the scene in an unknown direction by an unknown means of travel. No video surveillance was present at the scene. A neighborhood canvas was conducted and yielded negative results. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked too contact Trooper Karaman at PSP Jonestown, 717-865-2194, and reference incident number PA 2019-823330.
North Londonderry Township
On June 24 at 12:50pm, the North Londonderry Township Police department investigated a motor vehicle accident at Fir Street and Green Street in Palmyra. A 33 year old Palmyra woman was traveling south on Green Street and failed to stop for a stop sign at Fir Street, striking a vehicle driven by a 49 year old Annville woman, traveling west. Minor injuries were reported at the scene.
This crash occurred on Allentown Boulevard (State Route 22 West) at its intersection with the one ramp from State Route 72 North, Union Township, Lebanon County. This crash occurred as Unit 1, a 2005 Toyota Corolla, was traveling west in the left travel lane of Allentown Boulevard. Operator 1 was traveling too fast for conditions and unable to maintain control of Unit 1. Unit 1 proceeded to traverse across the right travel lane of Allentown Boulevard and through the grass median where it intersects with the on ramp from State Route 72 North. After traversing through the grass media, Unit 1 spun clockwise and struck a guide rail at its 11 o’clock position before returning to the right travel lane of Allentown Boulevard and striking Unit 2, a 2013 Hyundai Elantra, with its rear bumper at the 6 o’clock position of both Unit 1 and 2. Unit 1 sustained moderate damage to its front driver’s side bumper, fender, front and rear passenger doors as a result of striking the guide rail as well as mild damage to its rear bumper as a result of striking Unit 2 and was able to be driven from the scene in its normal customary manner. Operator 1 sustained no injuries as a result of this crash. Unit 2 sustained mild damage to its rear bumper at the 6 o’clock position and was able to be driven from the scene in its normal customary manner. Operator 2 sustained no injuries as a result of this crash.
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