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On Wednesday 27 April 2016 WalMart Asset Protection contacted Carlisle Police Department about a retail theft happened about 1225 hrs.  A H/M suspect and a toddler entered the WalMart on Noble Blvd, where the suspect staged a Kitchen Aid stand mixer which he later loaded into a cart and attempted to leave WalMart without paying, passing the points of sale and entered into the lobby entrance/exit area, before he was stopped by the door greeter.  The supsect was asked for a receipt for the item and he provided an old receipt for item(s) that were not the stand mixer.

On Friday 4 December 2015 the Carlisle Police Department responded to the area of B and N Pitt Sts to search for a stolen vehicle just reported to the Middlesex Twp Police.  The CPD K9 unit observed the vehicle and Mark CRAMER, who police were told would be driving the vehicle, at the intersection.  The vehicle was parked and CRAMER was leaving a house.

CPD subsquently obtained a search warrant for the house that CRAMER was found leaving and recovered three (3) rifles, that were likely stolen from burglary.

On Saturday 10 January 2015 BROWNFIELD attempted to purchase a handgun from a gun dealer in Carlisle and was denied the sale after being reviewed by the PA State Police PICS program.

The PA State Police referred the investigation to the Carlisle Police Department.

BROWNFIELD was charged for violatoins upon completing and submitting both a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and PA State Police form.

Charges were filed before MDJ CORREAL and will be sent to BROWNFIELD via summons.

On Saturday 14 February 2015 Andrew SMELTZER attempted to purchase a handgun from a gun dealer in Carlisle Borough.  SMELTZER was denied the purhcase by the PA State Police through the PICS program.

The PA State Police referred the investigation to Carlisle Police Department.

SMELTZER is charged with violations relating to both a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and PA State Police form that he completed and submitted in an attempt to purchase a handgun.

The charges were filed before MDJ CORREAL and will be sent via summons.

On Friday 4/22/16, at about 1403 hours, Carlisle Police responded to a report of someone trespassing at a private residence on the 500 block of N Hanover St, within the Borough of Carlisle. When the female that lived at the residence returned, she discovered the door open and a white male suspect laying on her bed. The suspect left the residence after contact was made by the female. Police searched the area for the suspect, however were unable to locate him. During the investigation, the suspect was identified as Kenneth Adams.

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On Wednesday 27 April 2016 WalMart Asset Protection contacted Carlisle Police Department about a retail theft happened about 1225 hrs.  A H/M suspect and a toddler entered the WalMart on Noble Blvd, where the suspect staged a Kitchen Aid stand mixer which he later loaded into a cart and attempted to leave WalMart without paying, passing the points of sale and entered into the lobby entrance/exit area, before he was stopped by the door greeter.  The supsect was asked for a receipt for the item and he provided an old receipt for item(s) that were not the stand mixer.

On Friday 4 December 2015 the Carlisle Police Department responded to the area of B and N Pitt Sts to search for a stolen vehicle just reported to the Middlesex Twp Police.  The CPD K9 unit observed the vehicle and Mark CRAMER, who police were told would be driving the vehicle, at the intersection.  The vehicle was parked and CRAMER was leaving a house.

CPD subsquently obtained a search warrant for the house that CRAMER was found leaving and recovered three (3) rifles, that were likely stolen from burglary.

On Saturday 10 January 2015 BROWNFIELD attempted to purchase a handgun from a gun dealer in Carlisle and was denied the sale after being reviewed by the PA State Police PICS program.

The PA State Police referred the investigation to the Carlisle Police Department.

BROWNFIELD was charged for violatoins upon completing and submitting both a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and PA State Police form.

Charges were filed before MDJ CORREAL and will be sent to BROWNFIELD via summons.

On Saturday 14 February 2015 Andrew SMELTZER attempted to purchase a handgun from a gun dealer in Carlisle Borough.  SMELTZER was denied the purhcase by the PA State Police through the PICS program.

The PA State Police referred the investigation to Carlisle Police Department.

SMELTZER is charged with violations relating to both a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and PA State Police form that he completed and submitted in an attempt to purchase a handgun.

The charges were filed before MDJ CORREAL and will be sent via summons.

On Friday 4/22/16, at about 1403 hours, Carlisle Police responded to a report of someone trespassing at a private residence on the 500 block of N Hanover St, within the Borough of Carlisle. When the female that lived at the residence returned, she discovered the door open and a white male suspect laying on her bed. The suspect left the residence after contact was made by the female. Police searched the area for the suspect, however were unable to locate him. During the investigation, the suspect was identified as Kenneth Adams.

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Reference incident CAR2016-04-1311

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Monday, April 25, 2016

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Reference incident CAR2016-01-1399.

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Thursday, April 21, 2016

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Reference incident CAR2016-03-1625

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Friday, April 15, 2016

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Ref incident CAR2016-04-0790

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Friday, April 15, 2016

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Theft incident CAR2016-03-1021

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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

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  On 4/25/16 at 0034 hours Carlisle police were called to the 1st blk of S Pitt St for a report of a man down on the sidewalk. Upon arrival they noticed a white male, later identified as Corbett Baker, still down. Upon speaking with Mr Baker and a witness it was determined that shortly before the call to police he was assaulted. Baker was punched 1 time in the face by an unknown B/M, who fled the scene before police arrival. Baker sustained minor injuries to his face and head area from falling to the ground. 

  On Saturday, 04/23/16, CPD units responded to 32 Kerrs Ave for a report of a non-active burglary. Kimberlee Smith reported on Thursday, 04/21/16, she noticed various pieces of jewelry, two cell phones, a Shark vaccum, and a bluetooh sound bar were misisng from her residence. A witness stated that they saw a white or silver van, with a white male and female in their 20's, parked to the rear of the residence on Wednesday, 04/20/16 between 1030-1100 hours. The estimated value of the items stolen was $2500. Anyone with info is asked to contact the Carlisle Police Department. 

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  On Friday, 4/22/16, at around 1930 hours, three white males entered the Applebee's, and took seats at the bar. The men ordered their meals, and proceeded to pay their bill with five counterfeit $20 bills. The bills were not found to be counterfeit until after the men had left. They were described as two older males, and a younger male with longer hair. Video surveillance shows one of the males was wearing a light colored t-shirt, hat, glasses, and had red facial hair. 

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 On 4/22/16 at 2336 hours Carlisle Police were called to the 100 blk of A St, for a report of an assault. Upon arrival, they met with the victim a James Stoltz. James was out for a walk when he was confronted by an unknown B/M on Birch Ave near Lincoln St. The male originally asked him if he had any money and when James informed him he did not have any the male grabbed ahold of him. He twisted James' arm and threw him down on the ground hard. This caused a laceration to his finger and dislocated it. Also James suffered abrasions to his face. 

     On 4/23/16 around 0200 hours Carlisle Police responded to an assault that occured outside of Alibi's Eatery & Spirits in the 1st block of N Pitt St. Police found a 30 year old male victim that had been punched in the face and knocked unconscious. EMS arrived and transported the victim to a local hospital. The victim sustained a laceration to his face. Anyone who may have witnessed this fight should contact Carlisle Police.

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