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On November 11th 2014 at 22:22 hrs Carlisle Police observed Jenny Richwine walking in the 600 blk of Belvedere St. Police had identified Richwine as a person of interest in several break-ins to empty homes in the area. Richwine could not explain why she was in the area and changed her story about...
CARLISLE POLICE RECEIVED A REPORT OF A RETAIL THEFT AT THE GIANT STORE AT THE ABOVE ON ADDRESS ON 11/11/14 AT ABOUT 1705 HOURS. THE ACTOR WAS A HEAVYSET WHITE FEMALE WITH A DARK SHIRT. THE ACTOR STOLE SEVERAL DVD'S VALUED AT OVER $100. THE ACTOR FLED THE SCENE IN A WHITE SUV. ANYONE WITH ADDITIONAL...
Sometime between Friday 11/8/2014 and Monday 11/10/14, person or persons unknown dumped furniture in the construction dumpster behind the soon to open Olympia Sporting Goods store. Anyone with any information concerning this matter is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department.
Kale STOLTZFUS was intoxicated while at Sheetz in the early morning 11/02/2014 where he was yelling and punched a computer screen. STOLTZFUS caused $1,521 in damage to the computer screen. STOLTZFUS was taken to Cumberland County Prison to sleep until he was sober and was then released. Charges...
Between the hours of 1:30 am and 2:15 pm, person or persons unknown stole a red/silver Next bike from the lobby of an apartment building. The bike had 3 locks attached to the bike, one red and two black. Anyone with any information concerning this matter is asked to call the police department.