6/22/2015, 5:40 PM – Domestic Assault: Officers responded to a domestic assault in the 200 block of West Main Street between Alice Miller and a 17 year old female. Charges are pending a continuing investigation.
6/22/2015, 5:40 PM – 4 Vehicle Accident: Police handled a four car accident in the 1100 Block of East Main Street. A vehicle driven by David Isgriggs, Jr Lebanon stopped abruptly for another vehicle. Lateesha Mohl, Cleona, was not able to stop her vehicle and struck the vehicle driven by Dennis Becker, Lebanon, and his car was pushed into a vehicle driven by Thomas Harlan, Cleona. Harlan's vehicle was then pushed into Isgriggs' vehicle. Several people were transported to Good Samaritan Hospital and Hershey Medical Center. Annville-Cleona Fire District and First Aid & Safety Patrol assisted.
6/22/2015 – Hit and Run Accident: A resident reported his minivan was struck by an unknown vehicle on Saturday night, 6/20/2015, while parked on West Summit Road near North Lancaster Street.
6/21/2015, 3:45 PM – Hit and Run Accident: Police investigated a hit and run accident in the 400 block of East Main Street. An unknown vehicle sideswiped a parked car damaging the side of the car and side view mirror.
6/20/2015, 3:04 AM – Forged Inspection Sticker - Stephanie Vargas, Lebanon, was stopped for a traffic violation driving a vehicle owned by Walter Vargas. Police noticed a counterfeit inspection sticker was placed on the vehicle. The investigation continues and charges of Altered, forged or counterfeit documents were filed against Walter Vargas.
6/19/2015, 12:42 PM – Warrant Service: Police assisted Lebanon County Sheriff Department and served a bench warrant on Nicole Kaylor, 33, Annville, in the 1400 Block of East Cedar Street. Joshua Souder,30, Lebanon, who was with Kaylor, was also taken into custody for three bench warrants from the Sheriff’s Department. Both were transported to Central Booking.
6/18/2015, 3:45 PM - Possession Marijuana: Nathan Harman, 36, Lebanon, was stopped for an expired registration in the area of 2 West Main Street. Subsequently Officers found drugs in the vehicle and Harman was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia.
6/18/2015, 1:30 PM – Theft: Police arrested Alex Perlaki,29 ,Lebanon, for stealing $100 from the cash register of the Sunoco at 2 West Main Street.
6/17/2015, 11:58 PM – Curfew Violation: Officers found a suspicious vehicle in a business parking lot located in the 1200 Block of East Main Street. After investigation the 17 year old juvenile was issued a citation for curfew violation.
6/11/15 10:24pm DRUGS: Police arrested Shawn Wolfe, 20, of Annville after marijuana and paraphernalia were found in his car during a traffic stop on East Main Street.
6/10/15 3:48am DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police were called to the 200 block of West Sheridan for a verbal domestic dispute.
6/9/15 12:30pm SUSPICIOUS PERSONS: A resident of the 1st block of West High Street reported 2 men claiming to represent an Insurance company had been at her home. Further investigation showed this company had no sales reps in the area. Police could not locate the men.
6/9/15 11:02am CRASH: A car driven by Ayub Muthama, 63, of Lebanon, hit a parked car at the Turkey Hill, 2 East Main Street.
6/8/15 5:26pm DOMESTIC: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute in the 600 block of East Main Street.
6/8/15 10:32am NOISE COMPLAINT: Police were called to the 200 block of East Main for a report of a man yelling obscenities at someone else. Police discovered it was a man yelling at his dog. No charges were filed.
6/7/15 9:40pm HIT AND RUN: Joshua Freysinger was charged with multiple traffic and drug offenses including possession of synthetic marijuana a Heroin. After crashing his car into a house in the 700 block of East Main Street, he fled the car on foot and was found at his home in Hummelstown.
6/7/15 7:29pm FIGHT: A motorist reported a male hitting a female in a silver Nissan Sentra on West Church Street. Police arrived shortly thereafter and could not locate the car. No registration was provided.
6/7/15 3:11pm TRESPASSING: Theodore Umble, 20, of Annville, was arrested for Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct after he was found cutting down trees on another property. The charges stem from his refusal to leave for over 30 minutes after being repeatedly told to do so.
6/7/15 TRESPASSING: Police responded to the Pennsy Supply lime pond 11 times over 3 days for reports of teens trespassing after various social media messages were sent around touting the pond as a place to visit. No charges were filed these days to the numbers of people found. Police advised future trespassers will be charged. Pennsy Supply posted multiple signs, easily visible from all vantage points, and said the pond water is caustic.
6/6/15 11:15pm PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS: A caller reported a large heavyset male passed out in some bushes in the 400 block of West Main Street. On arrival of police, the man was gone.
6/7/15 4:19pm STALKING: An LVC student reported an ex-boyfriend had shown up on campus and was stalking her. No charges were filed, and the suspect was notified that he was banned from LVC property.
6/5/15 1:55pm RETAIL THEFT: An employee of Black Swan Antiques reported a retail theft from one of their booths. Police obtained video of the incident and charges are forthcoming.
6/5/15 3:19am HIT AND RUN: Police found an unknown vehicle had struck a bollard at the town square.
6/3/15 CRASH: Cars driven by Zachary Johnson, 25, of Annville, and Paula Spicer, 71, of Mt Gretna, collided on South Poplar Street.
6/2/15 1:30pm CRASH: Cars driven by Samantha Haduck, 23, of Elizabethtown and Krysta Pavasco collided on Route 934 and High Street.
6/1/15 6:45pm DISORDERLY CONDUCT: An officer observed a car full of teens yelling obscenities and making obscene gestures at other teens in the first block of East Main. After some investigation, it was determined that no criminal charges were necessary.
6/1/15 12:49pm ROLLOVER CRASH: Police responded to crash in which a Ford SUV driven by David Achenbach, 54, of Cleona, rolled over and was pinned on its roof after being hit by a BMW SUV driven by Sherry Price, 65, of Lebanon. Investigation revealed that Achenbach was south on North Long Street and failed to stop for a stop sign at Route 422. He was hit by Price’s westbound vehicle after pulling into her path. Both cars were towed. Achenbach, a 17 year old male in his vehicle, and Price were all taken to area hospitals to be checked out.
5/26/15 4:40pm STRUCK BOLLARD: A tractor-trailer driven by Roosevelt Becket, 26, of Hampton, SC struck a bollard at the Annville square while turning.
5/25/15 2:10pm TRESPASSING: A resident of Woodside Court reported non-residents using the private basketball court here. Police responded and notified these juveniles that the court is for residents of Woodside Court only.
5/24/15 1:30pm WARRANT SERVICE: Carl Underkoffler, 57, of Annville, was arrested on a warrant from the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department after he was stopped for speeding. He was taken to booking to await extradition.
5/23/15 11:40am FOUND WALLET: A wallet was turned over to police after being found in the Annville Parade. The owner was contacted and claimed it.
5/22/15 3:15pm WARRANT SERVICE: Terrell Williams, 23, of Lebanon, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Lebanon County and taken to Central Booking. He was initially stopped for erratic driving.
5/20/15 4:35pm ALARM: Police responded to an ATM alarm at Lebanon Valley College. They found an armored truck servicing the machine. The alarm appeared to be an oversight.
5/20/15 4:08pm REPORTABLE CRASH: Cars driven by a 17 year old Myerstown male and Holly Langdon, 23, of Mays Landing, NJ were involved in a reportable crash in the 1000 block of East Main Street.
5/16/15 4:01pm REPORTABLE CRASH: Cars driven by Kathleen Patschke, 42, of Palmyra, and Janet Helman, 50, of Annville, collided in the first block of North Chestnut Street.
5/16/15 3:00am FIGHT: Police were called to the Good Samaritan Hospital for a male injured in a fight. It was later determined this person had gone to fight another person and had instead been beaten up. He was intoxicated and not cooperative with police. No further action at this point.
5/10/15 10:50am CRASH: Ryan Brower, 22, of Cleona and George Stover, 74. of Manheim were involved in a minor crash in the first block of North Chestnut Street.
5/9/15 6:50pm IDENTITY THEFT: A resident reported an unknown person used her Social Security number in New York City to open mobile phone accounts. Police are investigating.
5/8/15 7:56pm HIT AND RUN: A maroon Nissan Armada was hit by a silver Dodge pickup with a silver bed cap in the first block of East Sheridan. The truck then fled with stopping. The driver was a white male with a beard. The truck had seat covers with a pattern and the driver’s side had a Jeff Gordon emblem in it. Anyone with info on this truck is asked to call Annville Police at 717-867-2711.
5/8/15 2:50pm THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE: A resident reported her unlocked car was entered and cash and Tramadol prescription medication was stolen. It was parked in the 500 block of West Queen Street.
5/7/15 3:10pm IDENTITY THEFT: A resident of the first block of South Chestnut Street reported someone else filed federal taxes using her Social Security number recently. The IRS was notified and are also investigating this.
5/6/15 11:12pm HARASSMENT: Police responded to the 1000 block of East Maple Street for a domestic dispute. Police discovered Zachery Smith, 23, of this address has pushed his wife and pulled her hair. He was cited for harassment. The victim later obtained a Protection From Abuse order against him.
5/6/15 6:30pm THEFT: A resident reported finding some of his stolen property was pawned nearby by an estranged family member. Police returned the property and are investigating.
5/6/15 11:30am CRASH: Frederick Liddell, 62, of Lewisberry, and William McCracken, 64, of Lebanon, were nvolved in a non-reportable minor crash in the 1200 block of East Main Street.
5/5/15 2:20am ARSON: Police responded to 8 separate garbage fires in a 90-minute span. Damage was confined mostly to trash and recycling containers, but 1 car was damaged. Anyone who saw anything suspicious around this time is asked to call Annville Police at 717-867-2711.
5/5/15 12:04am TRESPASSING: A police officer spotted 5 college students in the Quittie Park after dark. They were warned about trespassing and released without criminal charges.
5/4/15 5;30pm CRASH: James Lingle, 50, of Cleona, David Feldman, 50, of Harrisburg, and Luis Mendoza, 45, of Lancaster were involved in a non-reportable crash at Routes 934 and 422.
5/3/15 1:27am NOISE: Police responded to the 1st block of West Sheridan Avenue for a loud party. The partiers were warned to quiet down and did so.
5/3/15 12:14am NOISE: James Thurby, 22, of Fenton was cited for a township noise ordinance violation after police responded to his residence in the 1st block of Union Crest Drive twice in the same night for a loud party.
5/2/15 3:35pm JUVENILE ISSUE: Police responded to the 300 block of North Route 934 for a juvenile who threw a coup of water off of a pedestrian bridge at a passing motorcyclist. The juveniles fled, but were identified by police. Officers spoke to the juveniles and their parents regarding this concern, but no criminal charges were filed. No damages nor injuries occurred during this incident.
5/1/15 7:25pm HIT AND RUN: Annville Police were called by Lebanon Valley College security for hit and run they witnessed. Neither the striking nor the struck vehicle contacted police to report it. No further investigated was necessary.
5/1/15 3:49pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: The Annville Free Library reported a suspicious donation of approximately 150 CD’s and DVD’s. They called police to make sure none were stolen. Police had no record of them being stolen. The items were released back to the library.
5/1/15 3:00pm BAD CHECKS: Anthony Lafranca, 35, of Gettysburg was charged with Bad Checks after he gave a check for $1,138.14 to Ettline Foods and it bounced.
4/21/2015 DRUG ARREST
Following a lengthy investigation into a marijuana growing operation, Annville Township Police conducted a search warrant at 243 East Main Street. Over six (6) pounds of marijuana, growing and harvesting equipment, packaging supplies, a loaded handgun, and print and electronic records of drug activity and over 2 dozen bottles of homemade liquor and distilling supplies, were seized from the residence.
Police obtained arrest warrants for David Porche, 52, and Sarah Porche, 56, of this address. Both were charged with possession with intent to deliver and manufacture marijuana and hash, possession of drug paraphernalia, corruption of minors, endangering welfare of children, conspiracy, and three liquor violations. David and Sarah Porche were arraigned before MDJ Michael Smith on Tuesday 4/21/15 and were released in lieu $10,000 bail.
4/20/15 8:06pm DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A resident of the 200 block of East Maple Street reported some flower boxes on her porch had been overturned.
4/20/15 3:55pm PEDDLER’S: Police were notified that representatives of SFE Energy were canvassing Annville Township without the required peddler’s permit. The salespersons were determined to be legit, but were told to stop until the proper permits had been secured.
4/19/15 4:49pm CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: Police were notified of minor damage to park equipment and some flipped benches at the Quittie Park.
4/19/15 2:25am AMBULANCE CALL: Annville Police were sent to a dorm at LVC for a severely intoxicated female. Police determined she was over 21 and released her for medical treatment.
4/19/15 1:58am ASSAULT: Police were dispatched to the Good Samaritan Hospital for a male assaulted at a college party in Annville. The investigation is continuing.
4/19/15 12:34am DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Kevin Donahue, 21, of York, was cited for Disorderly Conduct after he punched the rear of a vehicle in traffic while running across the road.
4/18/15 9:19pm HIT AND RUN: A caller reported being rear-ended by a red VW Jetta at the square. The Jetta then drove around the other car and sped off. No further description was available.
4/18/15 2:45pm DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police were sent to the 300 block of South White Oak Street for a husband/wife domestic dispute. On arrival, the husband had already left. No criminal activity was noted.
4/18/15 2:56am SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: Police were called to the Turkey Hill, 2 East Main Street, for a suspicious vehicle. There police found a driver who had hit a rock and had a flat tire. No criminal activity was noted.
4/18/15 1:51am DUI: Kristie Hatfield, 46, of Annville, was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop on East Main Street.
4/18/15 1:40am NOISE: An officer on patrol found a large group of people yelling in the street in front of the Corvette Bar. Nothing was deemed criminal, as this was a misunderstanding about some mislaid property.
4/17/15 5:50pm HIT AND RUN: Three witnesses reported seeing a light-colored car, possibly a Nissan, struck a parked car in the 1st block of West High Street and then flee the scene without stopping.
4/17/15 1:21pm STOLEN PACKAGE: A resident reported seeing a package delivered to his home in Stone Hill Park on 4/16/15, but discovered it was missing when he went to get it on 4/17/15. It contained an electric chainsaw valued at $48.
4/17/15 11:15am HIT AND RUN: A witness reported seeing a tractor trailer strike a bollard at the square and drive off. No additional information was available.
4/17/15 7:33am SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: A patrol officer found a vehicle parked in the Hoss’s parking lot, 1200 block of East Main Street, with a person sleeping in it. Nothing suspicious was noted and the person was released.
4/17/15 2:25am DUI: Megan Temple, 22, of Ashland, was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop on South White Oak Street.
4/15/15 9:30am CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: A resident reported possible keying to a vehicle in the first block of South 1st Avenue. Police found a red Hyundai SUV with long streak down the passenger side.
4/15/15 12:30am SUSPICIOUS PERSONS: A resident reported 2 suspicious males around Hower Street and Cumberland Alley, possibly looking into home. No persons were found in the area.
4/14/15 8:36pm DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police responded to the 200 block of Elm Street for a domestic dispute between a mother and adult son. The son was intoxicated and was not welcome. A ride was summoned for him and he left. No charges were desired by either party.
4/14/15 11:56am CREDIT CARD FRAUD: A resident reported a fraudulent charge of $1,000 on her Visa card. She is gathering bank information to give to the police for further investigation.
4/14/15 11:05am HARASSMENT: An employee of the Turkey Hill, 2 East Main Street, called to report an irate customer who kept returning to the store to dispute how the PA Lottery payouts are done.
4/14/15 11:00am DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Police responded to the 100 block of South 1st Avenue for a verbal domestic dispute. No criminal charges were warranted.
4/14/15 10:50am LEWD BEHAVIOR: An LVC student reported seeing a man acting oddly in a large box truck on East Sheridan near the LVC campus. She did not give any further description of the truck, but believed the man was masturbating.
4/14/15 3:00am FIRE: Police were sent to the 200 block of North Lancaster Street for a small fire in a yard. Witnesses described a small car as sitting in this area before the fire was seen. Similar fires were reported in the last 2 weeks.
4/13/15 4:02pm NEIGHBOR DISPUTE: Police were dispatched to the 300 block of West Main Street for a dispute between neighbors of kids and leaves in the yard. Police spoke to both parties to work out their disagreements.
4/12/15 11:10pm NOISE: A caller reported a loud party in the 300 block of East Sheridan Avenue. Police arrived to find very little noise and the party breaking up. No charges filed.
4/12/15 12:05am PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS: Zachary Kirby, 20, of Orwigsburg, was cited for Public Drunkenness after being found extremely intoxicated and walking alone at night in the 1st block of West Sheridan Avenue.
4/11/15 10:08pm CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: An LVC student called police to report someone had apparently sat on the truck of her car, causing minor scratching to the paint.
4/11/15 1:40pm DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A resident reported someone broke a jar of liquid in his rear driveway behind the 100 block of North Railroad Street overnight. No damage was reported.
4/11/15 1:37am CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO VEHICLE: A patrol officer found a 2006 silver Kia Rio with a broken driver’s side rear window. No suspects and no witnesses were found. The owner was advised of the damage.
4/11/15 1:11am OPEN CONTAINER: A police officer observed a male walking on Liberty Street with a box of wine and a full glass of wine. He was headed home from a nearby residence. He was given a verbal warning about the township ordinance prohibiting open containers of alcohol on public streets.
4/9/15 3:30pm PEDESTRIAN STRUCK: A 10-year-old boy was struck by an unknown vehicle in the Sunoco parking lot, 2 West Main Street. He said a small tan car hit his backpack as it turned into the parking lot. The boy was not injured and no other information was available. Police are still investigating.
4/9/15 12:25pm DISABLED VEHICLE: An Army trailer lost a wheel on Rte 934 near Sheridan Avenue. Police provided traffic control until it was able to be moved.
4/9/15 7:02am ALARM: Police responded to the American Legion, 35 South Manheim Street, for a burglar alarm. The manager reported seeing a middle-age man with grey hair exit a few minutes earlier. She did not recognize him. Nothing was taken or disturbed.
4/8/15 5:20pm LOOSE DOG: Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of East Main Street for a loose dog in traffic. Police were unable to find any dogs running loose.
4/7/15 7:25pm OPEN WINDOW: An officer on patrol found a car window open during heavy rain. He found the car owner in a nearby business and told them about it. They were thankful for the diligence of this officer.
4/6/15 12:44pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: The owner of an empty property in the 300 block of West Church Street reported unknown persons have been removing the porch light bulb and defacing the For Sale flyers at a property here.
Residents are urged to call 9-1-1 to report any suspicious activity.
4/7/2015 Suspicious Trash Fires
On April 7, 2015 in the early morning hours Annville Police investigation three suspicious trash fires. At 0253 the fire department responded to trash bags on fire and a plastic garbage can on fire. These incidents occurred in the first block of South Chestnut Street. The third incident in the 300 Block of West Queen Street was discovered by Police involving a plastic trash can close to an open garage. There was not any significant damage. Residents should be alert for any suspicious activity and call 9-1-1.
4/5/15 11:11pm HARASSMENT: An employee of the Corvette Bar reported harassing phone calls to the business from an intoxicated person. Police called the suspect and the harassment ceased. No further police action was required.
4/5/15 7:30pm GARAGE FIRE: Annville Police and Fire responded to a garage fire to the rear of 34 West Sheridan Avenue. Along with the detached garage, its contents and multiple motorcycles were destroyed.
4/5/15 11:44am SIGN DOWN: A passerby reported a School Crossing sign was knocked down near the Annville Elementary School.
4/5/15 9:25am BURGLARY: An employee of A business in 1300 block of Easy Main Street, reported an unknown amount of money was taken, and minor damage was to the building was found. The investigation is continuing.
4/3/15 5:12pm FORGERY: A resident reported someone took a check from him, forged his signature, and cashed it at a bank in Lebanon. The investigation is continuing.
4/2/15 11:10pm DISORDERLY CONDUCT: An employee of Just Wing It, 18 East Main Street, reported someone shot paint balls at his business.
4/2/15 1445 SIGN DOWN: A resident reported a speed sign had been knocked down in Birch Alley.
4/2/15 12:11pm CRASH: Roy Lee Holmes, 31, of Harmony, NC, was cited for a turning violation after his tractor trailer ran up on the curb at the Annville square and hit a bollard.
3/27/15 2:30am FOUND CREDIT CARD: An unknown person threw a found Visa credit card on the steps of the police department overnight. Officers know the owner of the card and will try to contact that person as soon as possible.
3/26/15 10:08pm DRUGS: Police responded to the 100 block of North Lancaster Street to assist county probation officers after drugs were found during a probation visit. Police arrested a 16 year old female for possession of synthetic marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
3/26/15 8:38pm SUSPICIOUS PERSON: Police found a 16 year old male standing in the parking lot of a closed business after dark. The juvenile said he was waiting for a ride. Police advised him to wait in a better lit, more public area after dark.
3/26/15 3:32pm TRASH IN ROADWAY: A passerby reported trash in the roadway and front yard of a home in the 400 block of East Main Street. Police found it was foreclosed home, and the realtor for it reported that the federal government contracts out the debris removal. Investigation into criminal charges is ongoing.
3/26/15 2:06pm CRASH: Luke Hancock, 37, of Hummelstown, said he swerved to avoid a cat while west in the 200 block of East Main Street. He hit a curb, causing severe damage to his vehicle.
3/26/15 12:37pm CRASH: Stanley Kreiser, 67, of Annville failed to properly negotiate a curve while north in the 100 block of South White Oak Street. He ran up on the sidewalk and hit a street sign and utility police, causing severe damage to his vehicle.
3/25/15 10:37pm NOISE: A resident called to report loud music from her neighbor’s home in the 100 block of West Sheridan Avenue. The noise was not occurring when police arrived, and the caller was satisfied.
3/25/15 8:30pm SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: A resident reported suspected vandalism to his older pickup truck at random times in the 200 block of West Main Street. Police were unsure if the truck’s age may play a part in the apparent issues.
3/24/15 11:19am DISABLED VEHICLE: Police found a tan Ford Taurus disabled on North Railroad Street at Rte 422, creating a hazard. It was towed and the owner was given a ride.
3/24/15 9:18am TRESPASSING: Kelly Hoffer, 39, of Annville, was arrested for Trespassing after being notified in 2014 that she was not allowed on Sunoco property or in the store. She was seen there on 2/28/15.
3/23/15 9:50pm FIRE CALL: Police responded to the 100 block of North King Street for a possible house fire. It was determined to only be a furnace malfunction.
3/23/15 8:20pm LOST DOG: A citizen of South Annville Township called Annville police to report he lost his dog near this township’s border and it may have run into Annville. It is an older female Golden Lab wearing a shock collar.
3/23/15 4:06pm CIVIL: A business owner reported paying $500 for computer services and not receiving quality work. Police recommended contacting a business attorney to settle this dispute.
3/23/15 3:47pm ALARM: Police responded to the 1200 block of East Main Street for an activated hold-up alarm. The business owner told police he accidentally set it off.
3/22/15 12:50pm VEHICLE LOCK OUT: Police assisted a motorist with keys in the car. Annville Police are one of the few Lebanon County police departments who are trained and willing to provide a lockout service to motorists within the township.
3/21/15 8:00pm PUBLIC NUISANCE: A caller reported people drinking alcohol outside on the sidewalk in the 1st block of South Manheim Street. Police found no one in this area drinking in public.
3/21/15 7:17pm ACCESS DEVICE FRAUD: A resident reported her ex-boyfriend used her ATM card without her permission while she was visiting him in New Jersey. Under Pennsylvania law, these crimes can be prosecuted either where the card was used or where the victim lives. The investigation is ongoing.
3/20/15 2:15 DOG STUCK BY CAR: A motorist reported a boxer-type dog ran in front of her car in the 1000 block of East Main Street. She said she heard a thump as if she hit it, and the dog ran off. She did not see where it went. No damaged to the car was reported.
3/20/15 8:43am THEFT OF METAL: A employee of Jake’s Auto Exchange, 645 East Main Street, reported the theft of old metal shelving from behind the business between 3/12/15 and 3/13/15. He valued the metal at $1500.
3/20/15 6:20am SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: A motorist was found sleeping in his vehicle in the 400 block of East Maple Street. He said he was on his way to work at a nearby plant. He was released without criminal action.
3/19/15 4:29pm HIT AND RUN: A vehicle owner reported someone hit his truck while it was parked in the 1st block of North Killinger Street and then fled. It was described only as a white SUV. The damage was minor and cosmetic.
3/19/15 4:15pm FOUND KEY: A jogger found a single key on a lanyard near the quarry “lagoon” southeast of the LVC baseball fields north of the railroad tracks. The owner can call police at 867-2711 to claim the key.
3/19/15 2:15pm CRASH: A vehicle driven byPatsy Eppley, 71 , of Mechanicsburg, backed into a vehicle driven Deserei Long, 20, of Newmanstown, in the 1st block of West Liberty Alley.
3/19/15 2:15pm BARKING DOGS: A resident called about to ask what can done about neighbor’s dogs barking during the day in the 200 block of Water Street. Police are working with residents to satisfy their concerns.
3/18/15 8:11pm PHONE SCAM: A resident called police to report a person claiming to be a technician from Microsoft had called her and asked for personal information. She hung up without giving out any information. Residents are warned that phone and internet scams are on the rise, and to never give out any information if you suspect foul play.
3/18/15 12:53am ALARM: Police responded to the 100 block of South Spruce Street for a burglar alarm. On the way, it was determined to be a false alarm set off by the homeowner.
3/17/15 2:47pm OPEN DOOR/ALARM: A citizen reported an open back door and burglar alarm sounding from a home on the 300 block of West Sheridan. Police responded and found no one home. The door was secured.
3/16/15 8:00pm DISPUTE: Police responded to a township meeting for 2 persons arguing loudly. Both calmed down and no other police intervention was required.
3/15/15 8:02pm NOISE: An officer on patrol heard 2 loud explosions around 7:15pm and 8pm. Police suspect it may been illegal fireworks, but nothing was found.
3/15/15 2:03pm ALARM: Police went to the 1300 block of East Main Street for a burglar alarm. Nothing suspicious was found.
3/15/15 12:30am SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Police found some large advertising banners for the Liberty Station neighborhood had been knocked over. It was not clear whether this was from vandalism or high winds.
3/14/15 10:04pm NOISE: Police made contact with the tenants of an apartment in the 300 block of East Sheridan after noticing a party there that was getting too loud.
3/13/15 1:59am DUI & DRUGS: Patrick Moulton, 52, of Sioux City, IA was arrested for DUI and Drug Paraphernalia after a traffic stop in the 400 block of East Main Street.
3/13/15 1:01am DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A driver reported 3 males were yelling profanities and videotaping him against his will. The 3 males were spoken to and no criminal action was taken.
3/12/15 1:15pm THEFT: A resident reported the theft of a riding mower and push mower from the 400 block of New Street.
3/12/15 1:57am PUBLIC DRUNKENESS: Patrick Meade, 31, of Annville was charged with Public Drunkeness after being seen stumbling along the 1st block of West Main Street.
3/11/15 11:21pm DUI: Kenny Leeper, 45, of Manheim, was charged with DUI after being stopped for driving without his headlights on at the Annville square. Charges are pending
3/11/15 9:23pm FALSE ALARMS: Police responded to Annville Family Practice, 475 North Weaber Street, for a business alarm. It was set off by the cleaning crew.
3/11/15 6:05pm HARASSMENT: A resident reported receiving harassing messages from a person she met online. Police made contact with the male, who was told to cease contact or face criminal action.
3/11/15 5:31pm REPORTABLE CRASH: A 17 year old driver hit a parked car and a porch railing in the 200 block of West Main Street.
3/9/15 5:01pm BLOCKED ROADWAY: A resident reported a car was blocking the 300 block of Lebanon Alley. Police contacted the owner, who said it was stuck on a patch of ice. He was able to move it shortly thereafter.
3/9/15 4:30pm HIT AND RUN: A passerby reported a tractor trailer had just hit 3 bollards on the northwest corner of the square. No description was provided.
3/1/15 4:55pm HARASSMENT: A resident reported harassing text messages from an ex-boyfriend. The victim just wanted police to be aware of the situation and did not wish to pursue criminal charges.
3/1/15 6:10am CRASH: Police were dispatched to a crash on North White Oak Street that actually occurred in North Annville Township. State Police responded and handled the crash.
3/1/15 0438 DRUGS: Police and EMS responded to the 300 block of East Maple Street for a reported overdose on synthetic marijuana. Police found a 23 year old male having a panic attack. Synthetic marijuana and drug paraphernalia were seized and charges will be filed.
3/1/15 12:40am ASSIST OTHER POLICE: Annville police assisted North Londonderry Township Police in finding and arresting an intoxicated driver involved in multiple hit and run crashes near Walmart.
2/27/15 2:25am WARRANT SERVICE: Police saw Markeem Overby, 27, of Annville, walking on East Main Street and arrested him on an outstanding bench warrant from Lebanon County.
2/25/15 12:04pm HIT AND RUN: A truck driver reported a black Ford truck travelling east on 422 at the Annville square hit the side mirror of his work vehicle, causing minor damage. The striking vehicle did not stop.
2/25/15 9:53am CRASH: Elizabeth French, 64, of Fredericksburg, was attempting to park her car in a No Parking zone in the 1st block of West Sheridan Ave when she backed into 2 legally parked cars.
2/24/15 4:07pm FIGHT: Officers responded to the 1400 block of East Cedar Street for a report of young males fighting. When police arrived, the suspects had left and the victim did not wish to pursue criminal charges.
2/23/15 11:17am BURGLARY: A resident called police to report a burglary at his home in the 400 block of West Main Street between 6:30am and 11:00pm. Approximately $2000 in computers, TVs, and other electronics were taken by unknown suspects. Police suspect a car was used to haul away the items. Anyone who saw suspicious persons in this area this day should called to police at 717-867-2711.
2/22/15 11:22am NEIGHBOR DISPUTE: Police were called to the 400 block of West Main Street for a neighbor dispute over snow removal.
2/22/15 12:45am OPEN CONTAINER: Police cited Tyler Macaulay, 21, of Hershey for possessing an open container of alcohol on a township street.
2/22/15 12:45am NOISE COMPLAINT: Police were called to the first block of West Sheridan Avenue for a loud party. Police spoke to some college students living here and quieted the party down.
2/21/15 6:00pm THREATS: Police were called to the first block of North Railroad Street for 2 males threatening one another. Police found it was related to a fight over a girlfriend. The second male was gone when police arrived. Police responded a second time at 8:00pm warns both subjects to find a better means to settle their dispute. No charges were warranted.
2/20/15 10:58am DRUGS: A passerby found some unknown prescription drugs on 422 and turned them into police.
2/19/15 10:35pm CRASH. Craig Miller, 22, of Allentown and Chris Earhart, 42, of Enola were involved in a minor crash on Route 934 at the Annville square.
2/19/15 1:04pm HARASSMENT: A resident called police to report threatening and harassing Facebook messages from another person. Upon investigation, police settled the conflict between both parties. No criminal charges were necessary.
2/18/15 6:00am WARRANT: Annville Police served a mental health warrant in the 500 block of West Queen Street. Mental health warrants (called “302 commitments”) are involuntary commitments to a mental health facility for treatment. These are not criminal actions, but instead are administered by the Lebanon County Crisis Intervention under the authority of Title 50, the PA Mental Health Code.
2/18/15 1:01am HIT AND RUN: An unknown vehicle struck and knocked down a traffic bollard at the intersection of Routes 934 and 422.
2/14/15 3:50pm CRASH: A vehicle driven by Lynette Leedom, 66, of Annville, was struck by a vehicle driven by Kim Fox, 54, of Lebanon after she pulled from a stop at North Saylor Street onto 422 and into the path of Fox’s car. An unbelted adult passenger in Leedom’s car was taken to the hospital for a minor head injury. Fox was also taken to the hospital for evaluation. Leedom was cited for a Stop Sign violation and a Seatbelt violation. Both cars were towed from the scene. Annville Fire and Fire Police assisted.
2/14/15 2:49pm CRASH: Anna Hoover, 25, of Palmyra, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Richard Dissinger, 62, of Robesonia after he stopped in the 200 block of East Main for approaching fire trucks. Hoover was cited for Carless Driving and Following Too Closely. Hoover was involved in a similar crash in this area 2 days earlier. Annville Fire assisted.
2/14/15 2:49pm DRUG VIOLATION: Tiffany Yetter, 26, of Lebanon, was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after being stopped by police for expired inspection
2/14/15 2:45am HIT AND RUN: An unknown vehicle struck and knocked down a traffic bollard at the intersection of Routes 934 and 422.
2/13/15 4:08pm REPORTABLE CRASH: Anna Hoover, 25, of Palmyra, was cited for Careless Driving after she ran off of the 500 block of East Main Street hitting a street sign and light pole, and causing extensive yard damage to properties here.
2/13/15 12:20pm HIT AND RUN: A property owner reported someone hit his detached garage at 305 South White Oak Street, causing extensive structural damage. This was believed to have occurred around 2/3/15. The damage was limited to 4’-8’ off the ground and left red transfer paint. Anyone with info is asked to call police at 717-867-2711.
2/12/15 4:58pm CAR FIRE: Police responded to the 100 block of North White Oak Street for a car fire. Sgt Bill Stickler was first on scene and attempted to put the fire out, but it grew too quickly and required fire department assistance.
2/12/15 9:35pm NOISE: A resident reported loud car mufflers and dogs barking in the 200 block of Water Street. Police met with the car and dog owners to seek a solution for all involved.
2/11/15 6:15pm OPEN LEWDNESS: Police responded to the 400 block of West Main Street for a report of a naked person. No person was found.
2/11/15 3:19pm WARRANT SERVICE: Ashley Fox, 28, of North Lebanon Township, was arrested on an outstanding warrant after being stopped for a traffic violation.
2/10/15 8:20pm ASSIST EMS: Police were called to the 500 block of West Queen Street for a person being combative towards ambulance personnel.
2/9/15 1:30pm TRESPASSING: A business owner from the 100 block of West Main Street reported an unwanted person repeatedly loitering in his business’ lobby. The suspect was warned to stay away.
2/9/15 10:30am BURGLARY: A resident from the 1300 block of East Walnut Street reported an attempted burglary at her home this date. It was later determined to be a former tenant, who was warned not to enter. The victim declined to press charges.
2/9/15 8am LOOSE DOG: A caller reported her dog was bitten by a larger dog in the 1400 block of Cedar Street. The loose dog was then taken into a grey minivan by its owner and left.
2/8/15 4:15am NOISE: Police were called to the 1st block of Union Crest Drive for 2 people arguing outside a home.
2/8/15 12:08am NOISE: Police were called to the 100 block of West Sheridan Avenue for a loud party.
2/6/15 10:34pm DUI: Barbara King, 48, of Enola, was arrested for DUI on West Main Street after she was found driving without her headlights on at night.
2/6/15 1:25am HIT AN RUN: A resident reported an unknown vehicle struck his vehicle while it was parked in the 1st block of South King Street. Anyone with information about this crash is asked to call Annville Police at 717-867-2711.
2/2/15 4:45pm IDENTITY THEFT: A resident reported a collection agency called her about a delinquent account she never opened. Police warn residents to watch their credit for suspicious activity.
2/2/15 3:59pm DRUG VIOLATION: Joseph Hewitt, 18, of Lebanon, was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the lot of Turkey Hill.
2/2/15 3:05pm LOST DOGS: Two dogs were reported lost and seen headed towards Annville from Palmyra. Police credit a large social media campaign by multiple groups in helping find the dogs and return them to their owner safe and sound.
1/31/15 1:37pm THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE: Three vehicles were entered in a parking lot off of the 800 block of East Lebanon Alley. The suspects used a window punch tool to smash a window and steal purses from the vehicles. Anyone who noticed anything suspicious around this time is asked to call police at 717-867-2711.
1/31/15 8:37am DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A resident reported her house was egged in the 200 block of East Maple Street overnight.
1/30/15 10:21am FOUND BIKE: A citizen reported a discarded bike in the 600 block of East Lebanon Alley on 1/30/15 at 10:21am. Police recovered a red/black 20” BMX bike. The owner can call Annville Police to claim it at 717-867-2711.
1/29/15 7:02pm HIT & RUN CRASH: A passerby reported seeing a tractor trailer hit three bollards at the Annville town square. The driver stopped, got out to look at the damage, and fled the scene. The only description was that the truck went west on West Main Street and had a flashing yellow light on top. Anyone with info should call Annville Police at 717-867-2711.
1/28/15 10:02pm DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Officers responded to the 200 block of North Lancaster Street for a disturbance between family members. It was determined to be a verbal altercation and all parties were released with no criminal action.
1/28/15 5:50pm DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Officers responded to the 400 block of West Main Street for a domestic dispute. A resident there reported a physical altercation with a roommate. The investigation is continuing.
1/28/15 5:30pm DRUG VIOLATION: Officers responded to the Sunoco, 2 West Main St in Annville, for a report of drug paraphernalia found in a bathroom. Officers removed the items. No suspects were identified. Citizens are reminded to not touch any strange items (like needles, spoons, suspected drug wrappers and baggies, etc) and to call police for assistance.
1/27/15 4:24pm OPEN DOOR: A passerby reported an open door to a vacant home in the 1400 block of East Main. Police found it was likely due to wind.
1/27/15 11:46am FUGITIVE: Stephan Noggle, 38, of Annville, was arrested on outstanding traffic warrants after being stopped by police for multiple traffic violations. He was taken into custody and transported by a State Constable.
1/26/15 7:46am THEFT OF SNOWBLOWER: A resident reported that sometime on 1/25/15, someone stole a 6.5HP Craftsman snow blower from the back of his truck in the 1st block of South 3rd Avenue.
1/26/15 5:00am DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Police responded to a man yelling at a snow plow driver and waving a baseball bat. Michael Kerkeslager, 38, of Annville, was cited for Disorderly Conduct.
1/25/15 12:20pm :An unknown vehicle struck and damaged a bollard at the town square.
1/25/15 12:05am: Nick Costagliola, 18, of Lewisburg, was found walking intoxicated near Lebanon Valley College. He was cited for Underage Drinking and transported to the hospital for observation.
1/22/15 2:55pm: A township resident told police he received a phone call where the caller purported to be an IRS agent. Police advised this may be a phone scam. The call came from 585-310-3870. Police remind residents that the IRS will never call and ask for personal information by phone.
1/21/15 7:43pm: A township resident told police she received a phone call where the caller purported to a Constable for Intercostal Couriers with a delivery. She was not expecting a package and thought this may be a scam. Police ask residents to never give out personal information to unknown callers. Please call police about such suspicious calls immediately.
1/21/15 7:43pm: A township resident told police she received a phone call where the caller purported to a Constable for Intercostal Couriers with a delivery. She was not expecting a package and thought this may be a scam. Police ask residents to never give out personal information to unknown callers. Please call police about such suspicious calls immediately.
1/21/15 4:03pm: A vehicle driven by Daniel Muniz, 27, of Lebanon, travelled across the entrance to Annville-Cleona Veterinary Hospital, 1259 East Main St, knocking over a stop sign on this property.
1/19/15 2:23pm: A township resident reported the theft of coal, a microwave, a snow blower, and a seed spreader from the 400 of New Street. The snow blower and seed spreader were later recovered.