Blotter: Fraud, burglary, fatal Cornwall crash

2 min read424 views and 13 shares Posted July 29, 2019

Bethel Township

In the commission of this crime on July 26, the actor(s) copied the seal and signature of Jamie’s Notary for use on a document.

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Cornwall Borough

Accident – Occurred Saturday, 4:23 PM, on Ironmaster Road at Burd Coleman Road. Richard V. Buck, a 92 year old Cornwall man, was traveling east and ran off the roadway where Ironmaster Road becomes Burd Coleman Road. He traveled across a yard before entering a wooded area and striking some trees. The man was alert at the scene but died enroute to Hershey Medical Center where he was being transported by First Aid & Safety Patrol EMS. His vehicle, a 2013 Hyundai Sonata, sustained moderate front end damage. Cornwall Fire Company, Quentin Fire Company, and Fire Police assisted at the scene.

Accident – Occurred Saturday, 2:24 PM, on Cornwall Road at Furnace Street. Vehicles driven by a 42 year old Lebanon man; and a 58 year old Lebanon man. No injuries. Both vehicles were drivable.

Heidelberg Township

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On July 11, members of PSP Jonestown responded to N. Market Street for a report of a vehicle theft. The stolen vehicle was recovered later that morning and this investigation remains open.

Jackson Township

On July 20 at 8:35pm on the 400 block of E. Lincoln Ave, members of PSP-Jonestown conducted a traffic stop at the state location. The vehicle operator was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI. This case remains open pending lab results.

North Londonderry Township

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On July 26 at 11:30am at Walmart, a 29 year old Annville woman was cited after taking merchandise valued at $46 that she failed to pay for.

West Cornwall

Burglary – A resident of Main St., Quentin, reported Saturday morning that their garage was entered sometime overnight and a BMW K1600GT motorcycle, valued at $25,000 was stolen. Additionally, some gasoline containers were moved around and a propane tank valve was opened. The motorcycle, with some damage, was recovered later in the morning in a field in Penn Township, Lancaster County. A suspect has been identified in the crime and charges are pending. Northern Lancaster Regional Police assisted in the investigation.

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