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     Somtime between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm on Sunday, May 17, 2015, person or persons unknown, keyed a vehicle belonging to an employee of a local business.  The vehicle was parked in the alley running east of the Dickinson College football field across the street from the Kline Center while graduation ceremonies were taking place there.  Anyone with any information concerning this incident is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department. 

On Sunday May 17th the Carlisle Police were dispatched to 35 N. Bedford St for the report of an attempted burglary which occurred sometime during Saturday night into early Sunday morning. Anyone with information about the attempted break in is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department.

$480 retail theft from Walmart on 3/31/2015.  Incident # CAR2015-03-1687...

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Friday, May 15, 2015

On Tuesday May 11th Alahad Armiya hit his ex girlfriend and stole two gold rings from her.

A warrant is being requested for the arrest of Armiya out of MDJ Brewbaker's office.

Anyone who knows the location of Armiya is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department.

On 5-10-15 at approx. 1957 hrs. CPD was dispatched to 72 W. Louther St. in Carlisle Borough, Cumberland County, for a reported burglary.  Upon arrival I spoke with the victim, who stated that someone had entered his residence through a back window and stole several clothing items and a wallet.  The subject was later identified as James Varady Sr.  Varady was taken to CCP and processed and arriagned on charges of burglary, criminal trespassing, and receiving stolen property.  The complaint was filed through MDJ. Brewbaker's office.

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On Tuesday May 11th Alahad Armiya hit his ex girlfriend and stole two gold rings from her.

A warrant is being requested for the arrest of Armiya out of MDJ Brewbaker's office.

Anyone who knows the location of Armiya is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department.

On 5-10-15 at approx. 1957 hrs. CPD was dispatched to 72 W. Louther St. in Carlisle Borough, Cumberland County, for a reported burglary.  Upon arrival I spoke with the victim, who stated that someone had entered his residence through a back window and stole several clothing items and a wallet.  The subject was later identified as James Varady Sr.  Varady was taken to CCP and processed and arriagned on charges of burglary, criminal trespassing, and receiving stolen property.  The complaint was filed through MDJ. Brewbaker's office.

On 4/29/15 at 1219 hours Carlisle Police were dispatched to the WalMart for a report of a retail theft. Upon arrival officers met with store asset protection manager, Amy. She stated that a few days prior, two white males had come into the store and stolen 28 video games from a display case.

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  On 5/13/15 at 0730 hours Carlsile Police were dispatched to the Walmart for a report of a retail theft. Employees stated that a w/m attempted to push a bicycle out of the store without paying for it. He was stopped by the door greeter to check his receipt and it showed to be an old receipt not for the bike. At this time another employee came over and got the bike and the receipt and walked him back to self check out. There the w/m grabbed the employee by the arm and then took the receipt from her fleeing the store.

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On 5/14/15 around 0730 hours Carlisle Police served a search warrant in the 1st block of E Louther St. Tyerick Whitney-Williams was arrested for possession of a small amount of marijuana.

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$480 retail theft from Walmart on 3/31/2015.  Incident # CAR2015-03-1687...

Date Issued: 
Friday, May 15, 2015

Wanted for stealing $1678 worth of video games from Walmart by prying open display cases.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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Conspired with others to harass the victim and damage her vehicle tires

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Conspired with other to harass the victim and damage her vehicle's tires

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Conspired with other to harass the victim and damage her vehicle tires

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Monday, April 20, 2015

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     Somtime between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm on Sunday, May 17, 2015, person or persons unknown, keyed a vehicle belonging to an employee of a local business.  The vehicle was parked in the alley running east of the Dickinson College football field across the street from the Kline Center while graduation ceremonies were taking place there.  Anyone with any information concerning this incident is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department. 

On Sunday May 17th the Carlisle Police were dispatched to 35 N. Bedford St for the report of an attempted burglary which occurred sometime during Saturday night into early Sunday morning. Anyone with information about the attempted break in is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department.

On Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at approximately 1050 hours CPD units responded to 19 Garland Court for the report of a stolen bicycle. On scene CPD units spoke with the victim who stated that he last saw the bicycle on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at approximately 2130 hours before securing his garage and going to bed. The victim stated that while taking his garbage out at approximately 1030 hours he discovered that the bicycle was missing and other items were disturbed in the area where the bicycle was stored.

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Someone around the time of 1950 hrs, on May 12, 2015, set fire to a wooden stockade fence and two trees. The fire was put out by fire dept. Damage is estimated at around $500. 

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CARLISLE POLICE RESPONDED TO THE REPORT OF A STOLEN CAR AT HOFFMAN ROTH FUNERAL HOME.  THE INVESTIGATION REVEALED THAT A BLACK BUICK MINIVAN WAS STOLEN FROM THE BACK PARKING LOT AT ABOUT 1230 ON 5/7/15.  TWO MALES ENTERED THE UNLOCKED VEHICLE AND DROVE AWAY. THE KEYS WERE IN THE VEHICLE.   THE VEHICLE WAS RETURNED THE NEXT DAY AND WAS POTENTIALLY INVOVLED IN A HIT AND RUN CRASH.  THE VEHICLE HAD RIGHT FRONT END DAMAGE, WHICH WAS ESTIMATED AT $1000.    ANYONE WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SHOULD CALL CARLISLE POLICE AT 243-5252.

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