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Turkey Hill Experience burglary suspect arrested

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The man accused of the  Turkey Hill Experience Burglary on June 11th is now in custody. Scott Zercher, JR, 30, turned himself in at the Columbia Police Department last Friday. According to police reports, Zercher pried open two steel doors to get into the building located at 201 Linden Street around 3:21 a.m on Wednesday, June 11th. Zercher then broke through drywall that separates the Turkey Hill Experience from two other businesses, Mike’s Diner and Pizza Hut.

Police say Zercher was interviewed and admitted to committing the burglaries at Turkey Hill Experience, Pizza Hut, and Mike’s Diner, all of 301 Linden Street in Columbia.


Zercher was arraigned before District Judge Robert Herman and incarcerated at Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $20,000 bond