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  • Annville man charged with indecent exposure

    LEBANON COUNTY, Pa — An Annville man is facing charges after he allegedly exposed himself to a woman and one-year-old daughter. According to police, David Joel Vankirk, 39, of Annville is facing charges of Indecent exposure , Indirect criminal contempt and Harassment. Vankirk allegedly exposed his genitals to a woman and her one-year-old daughter and used obscenities towards the two.

  • Crews battled a barn fire in Dauphin County

    SOUHT HANOVER TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa — Crews responded to a barn fire early Saturday morning in South Hanover Township. The fire broke out around 6:30 a.m. on Saturday in the area of Grandview Road and South Hornerstown Road. Crews were able to get it under control quickly according to dispatch. Nobody was injured.

  • Wires in light poles cut along trail in Ephrata

    EPHRATA BOROUGH, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa — Police are investigating a vandalism incident along the Major Richard Winters Linear Trial. According to Ephrata Borough Police, someone cut the wires of several light poles along the trail sometime between October 13 and October 14. Anyone with information is asked to contact Ephrata Police at 717-738-9200.  

  • Couple takes $900 worth of merchandise from Walmart

    EPHRATA BOROUGH,LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa — Police in Ephrata recieved a shoplifting complaint from Walmart on Friday. The theft occurred on Friday, around 2:15 a.m., when a man and woman stole $900 worth of On-line streaming equipment from the Ephrata Walmart. Anyone who can identify the couple is asked to call the police at 717-738-9200.  

  • 20 people displaced in Dauphin County apartment fire

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — The Red Cross is assisting 20 people after they were displaced following an early morning fire Sunday morning. According to police, a fire broke out at an apartment building on the 400 block of Amherst Drive just before 2:00 a.m. Crews were able to safely evacuate the building. Police say the  fire started on a second floor balcony and was an accident. No injuries have been reported.  

  • One man killed in Franklin County crash

    GUILFORD TOWNSHIP, FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa — One man is dead, following a two-vehicle crash in Guilford Township, Franklin County on Sunday morning. According to Pennsylvania State Police, a car was traveling north on WCN Drive around 10:00 a.m., when the driver crossed the center line and was hit by a Dodge Caravan, that was traveling south. The passenger in the car, Brian Michael Cornett, 26, of Harrisonville, Fulton County was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the car, […]

  • Police search for York County work release escapee

    SPINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa — State Police in York are searching for a York County work release prisoner who escaped. Reynaldo Figueroa, 31, of York was sentenced in May to 11 to 23 months in prison on drug charges. Figueroa had a work release job at the Metro Diner. Police say Figueroa left the Metro Diner and was last seen getting into a dark green SUV or station wagon. He may be in the Allentown, Lancaster or York County […]

  • Drunk woman bites Trooper, urinates in car

    LOWER CHANCEFORD TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa — A Delaware County woman is facing charges after biting a state trooper and urinating in the patrol vehicle. According to state police, Christina Zischkau, 35, of Ridley Park, was pulled over on Friday night in Lower Chanceford Township and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. While en route to central booking, Zischkau kicked and bit the arresting trooper and urinated in the back seat. She is facing multiple charges including Aggravated […]

  • Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff in Honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

    Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags at the Capitol Complex and throughout the state to be lowered to half-staff in honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. All commonwealth flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, October 8, 2017. Per an order from the White House, the United States Flag has also been ordered to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, October 8, 2017. SOURCE: Pennsylvania […]