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  • Workshop fire in Brecknock Township

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Firefighters are on the scene of a workshop fire in Brecknock Township, according to emergency dispatch. The call came in around 12:49 p.m. for a working fire at a garage workshop in the 200 block of Spook Lane in East Earl. Dispatch says there are no reported injuries.

  • Police: Man arrested after robbery in Chambersburg, looking for second suspect

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. — Police arrested a man in Chambersburg after he and a second suspect allegedly tackled a person and took his possessions. The victim told police he was walking in the 300 block of West Loudon Street around 2:44 a.m. Saturday, when he was tackled from behind by at least two men. According to the police report, one man held down the victim while the other took his wallet, cell phone, and other items from his pockets and […]

  • Warning issued over fake Lyft driver in Derry Township

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Police are investigating reports of a white Jeep Grand Cherokee impersonating Lyft rideshares and trying to pick up passengers in Derry Township. Police say a Lyft driver reported receiving a call for a fare in the 100 block of West Chocolate Avenue through the Lyft app, early Sunday morning. The driver told police when he arrived in the area, looking for his fare, he saw a white Jeep stopped on the north side of West Chocolate […]

  • Four displaced by house fire in North Codorus Township

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Fire officials say four people were displaced following an early morning house fire in North Codorus Township. Firefighters were dispatched to a house on the 1800 block of Hoke Road around 2:00 a.m. today for reports of a fire. The cause and origin of the fire are not currently known and damages haven’t been estimated at this time. The fire is still under investigation by the York County Fire Marshall. We are assisting 3 adults from […]

  • Police investigating vehicle break-ins in Boiling Springs

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — State police are investigating five vehicle break-ins reported in Boiling Springs. Police say they received the theft reports from vehicles on East Countryside Drive, Shirley Lane, and West Springville Road. They believe the thefts happened sometime during the evening hours of Friday or Saturday. Cash and loose change were the only items stolen from the unlocked vehicles police say. If you have any information about this incident please contact Trooper Alex Kydd at (717) 249-2121.

  • Police investigating hit and run in Hummelstown

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Police are investigating a hit and run into a parked vehicle in Hummelstown on Friday. When police arrived, they saw a parked vehicle with moderate damage to the back bumper and trunk area. Police say it happened around the 200 block area of East Main Street. A witness told the police, they saw a green (teal), older model Ford Ranger pickup truck leave the scene of the crash shortly after it happened. Based on surveillance footage, […]

  • Lebanon woman facing charges in connection to near drowning of child

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — UPDATE (August 7): A Lebanon woman is facing charges in connection to the near drowning of her child. Casilda Barrera de Rodriguez, 42, is facing endangering the welfare of a child charges for the incident. Police allege that Barrera de Rodriguez failed to supervise a child in an environment that required supervision. An investigation revealed that Barrera de Rodriguez left her 3-year-old child unattended in the toddler pool while she walked approximately 85 feet away from the pool […]

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    One person injured after being ejected from firetruck in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. — Police say one person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries after being ejected from a firetruck. State Police say emergency services were responding to a crash in Menallen Township when Walter Wagaman, 46, was ejected from the firetruck. Wagaman’s current condition is unknown.

  • Bret Michaels’ father dies after cardiac arrest left him on life support

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– Bret Michaels has released a statement on his website, announcing the death of his father. The former Mechanicsburg resident had rescheduled his upcoming weekend shows after his father suffered cardiac arrest. According to a post on Michaels’ Instagram account from August 1, Wally Sychak, his father, suffered cardiac arrest and was on a ventilator and being kept alive by life support. View this post on Instagram 🚨 Update On Bret Michaels’ Father & Rescheduling Of This Weekend’s […]

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