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  • Tools stolen from hardware store in Lancaster

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- Troopers are investigating a theft at a hardware store at the 100 block of Pine Creek Dr. in Sadsbury Township. On February 16, troopers were called to investigate a retail theft at Dutch Way Hardware. Troopers say that surveillance footage shows a male suspect enter the store and take  a Dewalt drill and Stihl chainsaw. They say he then left the store through the loading dock in the back of the building. The theft is still under […]

  • Fire rips through Horse Tack Shop in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – Firefighters responded to the scene of a horse tack shop where a fire broke out Thursday night. 911 Dispatch tells FOX43 that flames broke out around 10:50 p.m. at a commercial building on Cashman Road near Five Points Rd. in Tyrone Township. According to Chief Dwayne Keene of the Heidlersburg Fire Company, the fire started on the first floor of the shop and made its way to the second floor before ultimately pushing through the roof. […]

  • Lititz contractor facing charges after deceiving customer; stealing $4,000

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– A Lancaster County man is being charged with home improvement fraud after not finishing a roofing job. On February 3, police arrested Alexander Beattie, 30, of Lititz for home improvement fraud and theft. The victim, who lives in the first block of South Broad Street in Lititz, contacted the Lititz Borough Police after they put a $4,000 down payment for a new roof with Beattie. However, after receiving the payment, the victim says that Beattie never finished […]

  • Wrightsville fire displaces three; frigid temps causes problems with hydrant

    YORK COUNTY, PA — Wrightsville firefighters had to battle flames and arctic temperatures this morning. Fire broke out around 5:45 a.m. on the 700 block of South Front Street in the borough. Wrightsville Fire & Rescue Company says that the fire started in the basement of 747 S Front St.  due to a furnace malfunction and moved to the first floor. Officials say two adults and one child made it out of the fire safely but then had to contend […]

  • Hanover man dies after suffering a medical event prior to crash in Adams County

    UPDATE, 1:35 p.m.: The victim has been identified as Eddie R. Green. ADAMS COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE (January 11, 8:15 a.m.): A 62-year-old Hanover man is dead after suffering a medical event prior to a crash. On January 10 around 10:00 a.m., police responded to the area of W. King Street at Abbotts Street in Abbottstown Boro for a reported crash. Police found that a 1983 blue GMC 2500 was traveling west on W. king St. when it struck some traffic cones on […]

  • State prison employee assaulted by inmate at SCI-Coal Township

    COAL TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa–Pennsylvania State Police are investigating after an inmate at SCI-Coal Township assaulted a staff member during a one-on-one counseling session on Tuesday afternoon. It happened at one of the prison’s housing units in Coal Township, Northumberland County around 2:30 p.m. State police say as the counseling session was ending — the unidentified 21-year-old inmate assaulted the female employee with a master lock. A struggle ensued and the employee was eventually able to get away from the […]

  • Man arrested in Lancaster City drug bust, 8 dogs seized

      LANCASTER CITY, Pa.–A Lancaster man was arrested Wednesday  on drug and weapons charges following a lengthy investigation Lancaster City which involved state and Lancaster County law enforcement. Tyshaun Williams, 27, of Lancaster, is charged with 26 counts of persons not to possess firearms, possession with intent to deliver, receiving stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Investigators say they searched Williams’ home along the 300 block of Beaver Street in Lancaster City early Wednesday […]

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