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.