Theft of Motor Vehicle – Police responded to Greble Road for the theft of a green and yellow 2017 John Deere Gator, valued at $12,300, sometime between 12:01 a.m. May 6 and 3:43 p.m. May 16. According to the report, Greenview Tractor ordered the item online and arranged to have the Gator delivered from Indiana to Pennsylvania via a third-party delivery contractor, but the item was never received. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Jonestown at 717-865-2194.
City of Lebanon
DUI – At approximately 9:38 p.m. April 22, police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing it traveling west on SR 422 East. Police detected indicators of impairment and took the operator, a 64-year-old man from Logan Township, New Jersey, into custody for driving while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.
Vehicle Accident – At 5:32 p.m. April 22, a two-vehicle crash occurred on the 600 block of East Lincoln Avenue. According to police, a 2014 Lincoln Navigator driven by a 31-year-old Annville woman was in the center left-turn lane, after pulling out of her work parking lot on the south side of East Lincoln Avenue, when a 2011 Volvo XC90 driven by a 16-year-old Lebanon man struck the Navigator’s right side rear bumper and quarter panel, causing the Volvo to overturn onto its passenger’s side. The 16-year-old was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash and was transported by Myerstown First Aid Unit to Hershey Medical Center for suspected minor injuries. The Annville woman was wearing a seatbelt, and no other injuries were reported, according to police. The Volvo sustained disabling front-end damage. The Lincoln sustained disabling rear passenger’s side damage. Police cited the 16-year-old for driving on roadways laned for traffic and the Annville woman with obedience to traffic-control devices.
Theft from Building – Police responded to West Richland Avenue for a theft after an unknown person removed two packages containing toiletries, valued at $365, from the victim’s mailbox sometime between April 21 and May 18. The victim was an 85-year-old Myerstown woman.
North Lebanon Township
Simple Assault – On May 11, police charged Anthony Marshall, 18, with simple assault after an incident on the 00 block of Laurel Lane.
Accidents Involving Injury and Not Being Properly Licensed, Drug Possession – On April 22, police charged Michael Fernandez, 31, of Lebanon, with accident involving injury and not being properly licensed, possession of a controlled substance, possession of small amounts of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after an accident on North 8th Avenue and East Maple Street.
Habitual Offender, Driving with a Suspended License – On May 13, police charged Christina McFarland, 34, of Lebanon, after a traffic stop.
Drug Possession – On May 13, police charged Alicia Bachert, 35, of Jonestown, after a traffic stop. Police said she had small amounts of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in her possession.
DUI – At approximately 3:37 p.m. March 25, police received calls about an impaired driver who appeared to be falling asleep. Police located the vehicle in the 200 block of North Lincoln Street and identified the driver as Dennis Gravely Jr., 43, who showed signs of impairment and was placed under arrest for suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. Blood results showed that Gravely was operating with methamphetamine, fentanyl, and methadone in his system, and on May 9, police charged Gravely with four counts of DUI-controlled substance.
Drug Possession, Driving while Operating Privilege is Suspended – At approximately 11:45 p.m. May 7, police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 900 block of East Main Street. Police identified the driver as Steven Robinson, 28, and determined that Robinson had a suspended driver’s license, an arrest warrant for possession of a controlled substance out of Berks County, and a bench warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia out of Lebanon County. Police placed Robinson under arrest for the warrants, found him to be in possession of marijuana, and transported him to Lebanon County Central Booking. On May 9, police charged Robinson for possession of a small amount of marijuana, driving while operating privilege is suspended, and operating with an expired inspection and emissions.
DUI – At approximately 10:15 p.m. April 25, police conducted a traffic stop in the 700 block of East Main Street and identified the driver as Shirley Corty, 42. Police took Corty into custody for suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. On May 13, police filed charges of DUI – highest rate BAC against Corty through Magisterial District Judge Garver’s office.
False Identification to Law Enforcement, Drug Possession, Rear Lighting – On March 2, police initiated a traffic stop on a black BMW for an inoperable taillight in the 900 block of East Main Street. Police noticed an odor of marijuana in the vehicle and later located a marijuana cigarette. At the time of the stop, the driver provided police with a false name. Police later identified the driver as Jarrod Sales, 32. Police charged Sales with false ID to law enforcement, possession of a small amount of marijuana, rear lighting, and driving while operating privilege is suspended. The charges were filed through Magisterial District Judge Garver’s office on May 12.
Burglary, Criminal Trespass, Theft by Unlawful Taking, Criminal Mischief – On May 20, police charged Roderick Holley, 42, with burglary, criminal trespass, two counts of theft by unlawful taking, and criminal mischief for an incident on May 6 in which Holley allegedly entered the victim’s residence while the victim was present, stealing items from the home, and then taking the victim’s vehicle. Holley was arraigned by District Judge Carl Garver, with bail set at $10,000. Holley remains in Lebanon County Correctional Facility as a result of multiple other charges.
South Londonderry Township
Vehicle Accident – At 3:37 p.m. May 11, police responded to Colebrook and Bachmanville roads for a four-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle. One of the vehicles failed to stop before entering the intersection where there was a stop sign, which caused the collision. All drivers involved, including a 34-year-old Palmyra man, a 61-year-old Manheim man, and a 66-year-old Middletown man, were transported to receive medical care. Police are investigating.
Hit and Run – At 5:56 p.m. May 16, a crash occurred in a residential yard on the 1700 block of Quarry Road. According to police, an unknown vehicle driven by an unknown person struck a stop sign in the yard, then fled the scene.
Drug Possession – At 5:48 p.m. May 17, police conducted a traffic stop on Lickdale Road and Sunset Drive on a 2006 Chevrolet Impala driven by a 29-year-old Lebanon man after they observed numerous traffic violations. Police observed indicators of impairment and subsequently placed the man into custody for driving while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. Police are investigating.
Theft of Items from Motor Vehicle – Police responded to Trout Run Trailhead on Moonshine Road and SR 72 for a reported theft and criminal mischief. Police learned that an unknown person smashed the rear driver’s side window, valued at $250, on a 2020 Mazda CX-5 owned by a 25-year-old Muir woman, sometime between 3 and 4:41 p.m. May 16. Once inside the vehicle, the person removed a gray Michael Kohrs purse, valued at $150, containing the victim’s birth certificate, then fled the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Jonestown at 771-865-2194.
West Lebanon Township
Retail Theft – On May 14, police charged Arvindkumar Patel, 61, of Palmyra, with retail theft after an incident at Boscov’s, where he allegedly failed to pay for merchandise worth $506.
Retail Theft – On May 14, police charged Urmilaben Patel, 61, of Palmyra with retail theft after an incident at Boscov’s, where he allegedly failed to pay for merchandise worth $506.
Retail Theft – On April 18, police charged Maria Gonzalez-Lopez, 72, of Lebanon, with retail theft after an incident at Boscov’s, where she allegedly failed to pay for merchandise worth $591.
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