Bethel Township

Vehicle accident – At 12:22 p.m. April 26, a 2018 Audi Q7 driven by a 29-year-old Delran, New Jersey, woman was traveling on Chestnut Hill Road when the left rear tire blew, causing the Audi to leave the right side of the road and strike a tree. The woman was wearing a seatbelt and reported no injuries. The Audi sustained disabling side damage.

Vehicle accident – At 8:34 p.m. April 8, a 2023 Chevrolet Equinox driven by a 54-year-old Lebanon man, accompanied by a 52-year-old Lebanon woman, was traveling south on SR 343. A 2022 Honda Ridgeline driven by a 32-year-old Lebanon man was traveling north on SR 343. The Chevrolet turned left onto Freeport Road and was struck by the Honda on its passenger’s side. The 54-year-old man was wearing a seatbelt and reported no injuries. The woman and the 32-year-old man were wearing seatbelts and sustained suspected minor injuries. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage. Fredericksburg Fire, Life Lion EMS, and Dale Richards Towing assisted on the scene. Police charged the 54-year-old man with turning movements and required signals.

City of Lebanon

Drug possession, evading arrest – Police charged Nelson Delgado, 46, with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, evading arrest on foot, and public drunkenness after an incident in the area of South 12th and Chestnut streets.

Evading arrest on foot, resisting arrest – Police charged Terrence Robinson, 34, after police attempted to serve an arrest warrant on the 1000 block of Willow Street.

DUI – Police charged Ibrahim Dejesus-Soto, 41, with DUI and one-way roadways after an incident in the area of Cumberland and Old Cumberland streets.

DUI, careless driving Police charged Miguel De Jesus-Geigel, 32, with DUI-general impairment, drivers required to be licensed, careless driving, and open container after a traffic stop at 3:39 a.m. May 5.

Heidelberg Township

Vehicle accident – At 5:50 a.m. April 27, a 2007 GMC V3500 farm vehicle was traveling east on Reistville Road while towing a tiller and was not able to get over far enough due to a low shoulder. As a westbound 2017 Honda Civic Del Sol went to pass the GMC, the tiller sideswiped the Honda’s driver’s side. No injuries were reported.

Millcreek Township

Vehicle accident – At 5:01 p.m. April 29, a 2016 Nissan Rogue driven by a 41-year-old Newmanstown man, accompanied by a 35-year-old Newmanstown woman, was stopped in an alley, attempting to enter SR 419 (East Main Street). A 2006 Honda Civic Del Sol driven by a 24-year-old Reading man was traveling east on East Main Street. A 2015 Ford Fusion and a 2012 Cadillac SRX were legally parked on East Main Street. The Nissan entered the travel lane as the Honda was passing and struck the Honda, which subsequently struck the Ford and pushed the Ford into the Cadillac. All occupants were wearing seatbelts, and no injuries were reported. The Honda and the Ford were towed from the scene by CJ Wagner’s.

North Annville Township

Vehicle accident – Around 3:08 a.m. April 27, a 2016 BMW 435I driven by Sean Salisbury, 45, of Lebanon, accompanied by a 38-year-old Lebanon woman, was traveling on SR 934 when it left the right side of the road and traveled about 50 feet before striking a house. Salisbury claimed a deer crossed the road in front of his vehicle, which caused him to swerve to avoid the deer. Police observed Salisbury exhibiting signs of intoxication during the interview and took him into custody on suspicion of DUI. Salisbury was wearing a seatbelt and reported no injuries. The passenger was wearing a seatbelt, sustained a suspected minor injury, and was transported via Bellegrove Fire Company Life Squad to Hershey Medical Center. The BMW was towed from the scene by Joe May’s Towing. Bellegrove Fire Company assisted on the scene.

North Londonderry Township

DUI – At 12:54 a.m. April 25, police pulled over a 2017 Mini Cooper driven by Stacey Walsh, 41, of Palmyra, on the 1300 block of Mill Pond Way for a moving violation. Police observed Walsh exhibiting signs of impairment. Walsh submitted to SFSTs and showed obvious signs of impairment. Police took Walsh into custody for suspicion of DUI (drugs).

Palmyra Borough

Counterfeit documents, driving while suspended – At 8:09 a.m. April 26, police pulled over a vehicle on the 00 block of North Duke Street and identified the driver as John Velazquez-Otero, 33. He was found to be operating with counterfeit inspection stickers and a driver’s license that was suspended due to prior DUI convictions. Police charged him with misdemeanor counterfeit documents and misdemeanor driving while suspended (DUI-related) third offense.

Vandalism – On May 9, police responded to the 600 block of West Main Street for a report of vandalism. A vehicle in the parking lot sustained punctures to three tires, causing all three to go flat. A suspect was observed on video damaging the vehicle at 3:19 a.m. May 6. The suspect wore a light-colored Puma hoodie, light-colored shoes, and a two-string gym bag. Anyone with any information regarding the suspect or incident is asked to contact Palmyra Borough police at 717-838-8189. Anonymous tips can be submitted using the “Contact Us” or “Submit a Tip” tabs on CRIMEWATCH.

South Londonderry Township

Harassment – On May 6, police charged Garry Becker, 47, of Manheim, with two counts of harassment (misdemeanor harassment-communicating lewd, threatening, or obscene images and summary harassment-repeated course of conduct that serves no legitimate purpose) for allegedly sending repeated unwanted text messages and images in late April and early May.

Vehicle accident – At 1:43 p.m. April 27, a vehicle driven by a 50-year-old Palmyra woman was turning onto Northside Drive from South Lingle Avenue, heading east. The vehicle struck a curb and the driver lost control, striking a vehicle driven by a 47-year-old Palmyra woman on Northside Drive. Both vehicles were disabled and towed from the scene. Police charged the 50-year-old woman with driving vehicle at safe speed.

Possession with intent to distribute – At 11:46 p.m. Dec. 30, 2023, police were notified by the parent of a minor that a co-worker had provided the teenager with marijuana products at work. The juvenile victim later became ill after ingesting the product and was treated at the hospital. Police alleged that Amy Foesig, 42, of Lebanon, provided the minor with the products and charged Foesig with possession with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana, and corruption of minors.

Union Township

Criminal mischief under $1,000 – At 11:14 p.m. April 26, police responded to the 200 block of Silvertown Road and observed that a window on a 2021 Ford truck, owned by a 45-year-old Northampton man, was broken. Police conducted interviews, which yielded negative results. Police are investigating.

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