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The Missing Person Toska Mclaughlin was located safe and sound in Middlesex Township at approximately 10:15am, Saturday.  Through the diligent work of Carlisle Police Patrol Officers and Detectives, Middlesex Township Police, Cumberland County Communications, and AT&T Wireless; Mclaughlin was located in the 1500 block of the Carlisle Pike.  Mclaughlin was found unharmed and has been reunited with her family.

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On May 27th 2016 at about 8:00pm, Carlisle Police were dispatched to the 800 blk of Forbes Rd for a report of a missing person.  According to the complainant, his wife, Toska McLaughlin, had left the residence at about 5:00pm hrs to go for a walk.  A relative close to McLaughlin recently passed away and McLaughlin was having a difficult time with the death.  McLaughlin called her husband at 5:28pm hours and advised him that she would be home within a half an hour.  That was the last time McLaughlin was heard from.

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CPD Incident 2015-12-1555

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Friday, May 27, 2016

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In mid March 2016 WalMart Asset Protection alerted CPD to a retail theft that took place on 03/11/2016 when a W/F exited the store with $189 in merchandise.  Subsequent review by Asset Protection revealed additional thefts on 02/21/2016 with the same W/F exited the store failing to pay for $34 in merchandise and again 02/23/2016 when the same W/F exited the store failing to pay for $162 in merchandise.

Subsequent investigation by CPD revealed the W/F actor was Brittany WORTHINGTON.

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In mid March 2016 WalMart Asset Protection alerted CPD to a retail theft that took place on 03/11/2016 when a W/F exited the store with $189 in merchandise.  Subsequent review by Asset Protection revealed additional thefts on 02/21/2016 with the same W/F exited the store failing to pay for $34 in merchandise and again 02/23/2016 when the same W/F exited the store failing to pay for $162 in merchandise.

Subsequent investigation by CPD revealed the W/F actor was Brittany WORTHINGTON.

On May 21st 2016 at about 1610 hrs, Carlisle Police were contacted by Rent-A-Center reference to the theft of a leased item.  Charles Hancock had rented an XBOX 1 from Rent-A-Center on Janury 21st of 2016 and failed to make any payments on the item.  Hancock was contacted numerous times requesting that the item be returned but he failed to comply even after being sent a certified letter.  The XBOX and items associated with it are valued at $750. A warrant is being issued for the arrest of Charles Hancock on charges of M1 theft of leased property.

On May 4th 2016 at 1112 hrs, Carlsle Police responded to Domino's on S Spring Gdn St for a report of an intoxicated male who lef the store and entered a vehicle in the parking lot.  Upon police arrival, the vehicle was seen leaving the area and a traffic stop was initiated.  Contact with the driver, Randy Lear, revealed that he was highly intoxicated and he was subsequently placed under arrest.  A blood draw was taken at Carlisle Regional Medical Center and the results indicated a blood alcohol concentration of .369%.

On Sunday 5/8/16, Carlisle Police responded to a theft that occurred at Walmart; 60 Noble Blvd, within the Borough of Carlisle. A male suspect selected merchandise from the store and proceeded to return the items at customer service without paying for the merchandise. During the investigation, the suspect was identified as Colton Meredith-Motter. Meredith-Motter has been charged with Theft by Deception and Retail Theft. 

On 05/22/2016 at approximately 0100 hours, the Carlisle Police Department intitated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 1st block of E. Pomfret St. for erratic driving and multiple traffic violations. The driver was identified as Jack Ferguson of Carlisle, Pa. Upon interviewing Ferguson he showed several signs of being under the influence of alcohol. Ferguson was arrested and transported to Cumberland County Prison for processing and subsequently released. He is charged with driving under the influence and multiple traffic violations. 

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CPD Incident 2015-12-1555

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Friday, May 27, 2016

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Reference case # CAR2016-05-0850

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Monday, May 16, 2016

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CPD Incident 2016-04-1170

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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CPD incident CAR2016-02-1258

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

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The Missing Person Toska Mclaughlin was located safe and sound in Middlesex Township at approximately 10:15am, Saturday.  Through the diligent work of Carlisle Police Patrol Officers and Detectives, Middlesex Township Police, Cumberland County Communications, and AT&T Wireless; Mclaughlin was located in the 1500 block of the Carlisle Pike.  Mclaughlin was found unharmed and has been reunited with her family.

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On May 27th 2016 at about 8:00pm, Carlisle Police were dispatched to the 800 blk of Forbes Rd for a report of a missing person.  According to the complainant, his wife, Toska McLaughlin, had left the residence at about 5:00pm hrs to go for a walk.  A relative close to McLaughlin recently passed away and McLaughlin was having a difficult time with the death.  McLaughlin called her husband at 5:28pm hours and advised him that she would be home within a half an hour.  That was the last time McLaughlin was heard from.

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CPD RECEIVED A REPORT OF A THEFT OF A HEWLETT PACKARD TABLET AND CASE FROM 147 N WEST ST ON 5/23/16 BETWEEN 0830 AND 1000 HOURS.  UNKNOWN ACTORS ENTRED AN UNLOCKED RESIDENCE AND STOLE THE HP MODEL 10 TABLET.  THE TABLET WAS CONTAINED IN A RED LEATHER CASE.  THE TABLET AND CASE WERE VALUED AT ABOUT $150.  ANYONE WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMAITON SHOULD CALL CARLISLE POLICE AT 243-5252.

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  On Friday, 05/20/16, at 1330 hours, CPD units received a call about a purse being stolen from a vehicle in Letort Park. The victim stated they were at the park from around 1230-1330 hours, and their vehicle was parked along the creek. When they went back to their vehicle, they found their purse was gone. The purse was a large leopard print purse. In addition to the purse being stolen, a large envelope style wallet containing $150 was also stolen. 

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    On Saturday, 05/21/16, CPD units responded to 511 D St for a report of a non-active theft. The victim stated that sometime overnight someone had stolen items out of their vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the carport at the time of the theft. The items stolen were a Thirty-one purse and wallet, $10 cash, and an Ipod. 

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