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A large amount of cordless tools and assorted hand tools were found in the area of the 200 block of Roxbury Road. The owner can claim the tools at 60 West Burd Street in Shippensburg with a good description of what was missing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police Department.  

Shippensburg Police received two coin operated game feed dispensers.  They were found in the woods between Schrieber Foods and Farmington Manor.  They are red and gray in color.  One of the machines is missing the coin mechanism.  The second machine was damaged and was empty.  They resemble a common gum ball machine.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361.

Shippensburg Police received a report of theft from a vehicle that  occurred at the said location between 23:00 on Monday, July 27, 2015 and 08:15 on Tuesday, July 28, 2015.  The victim reported that an unknown suspect entered their unlocked vehicle, a 2002 Pontiac coupe and stole a digital camera and assorted loose change.  The camera was described as a Canon Powershot SX40 digital camera.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police Department at 717-

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On July 18, 2015 bike patrol noticed a male walking near 113 Shamar Avenue carrying something in his right hand. I approached the male someone said to him "that is a cop behind you". The male turned around and he was holding a 12 ounce bottle of Corona Light. He was identified as Jacob Knouse, DOB of 1995. Knouse was cited for Under Age Drinking.

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Kayla McGowan was cited with harassment after pushing a 13 year old male causing minor injury.  Kayla McGowan was issued a citation and released.

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Kayla McGowan was cited with harassment after pushing a 13 year old male causing minor injury.  Kayla McGowan was issued a citation and released.

On 7/18/15 at 1756 HRS, Shippensburg Police were at the intersection of Fort at Queen observing pedestrians and traffic.  Aaron McKNIGHT of Philipsburg, PA was observed carrying an open container of beer in the area of 196 N. Queen.  Upon seeing police he discarded the can into a residential yard.  He was stopped and issued a non-traffic citation.  The can of Natural Ice beer was retrieved and discarded by police.

On 7/17/15 at 2344, a resident in the 200 block of E. King St.

On 7/11/15 at 0250 a.m. police were at the intersection of N. Washington and E. Burd and noticed a silver VW park in front of a fire hydrant.  Upon investigation, the 17 year old male driver from Mechanicsburg, PA was arrested for DUI.  Police received lab results indicating the driver's blood alcohol content was over the legal limit and so charges were filed on this date for DUI, Under age drinking, Minors prohibited from operating a vehicle with any alcohol in system and violation of Junior's Driver's License. 

On 7/11/15 at 0250 a.m. police were at the intersection of N. Washington and E. Burd and noticed a silver VW park in front of a fire hydrant.  Upon investigation, the 17 year old male driver from Mechanicsburg, PA was arrested for DUI.  Police received lab results indicating the driver's blood alcohol content was over the legal limit and so charges were filed on this date for DUI, Under age drinking, Minors prohibited from operating a vehicle with any alcohol in system and violation of Junior's Driver's License. 

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Incident number of SP-2014-5420

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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Complainant brought receipts from Members 1st Federal Credit Union - Shippensburg. Those receipts showed copies of checks that were cashed by the name of another person on complainants account. Complainant states he did not issue these checks to this person. Ashley Feick forged...

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Monday, February 23, 2015

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On December, 1, 2014 at approximately 2125 hours, Shippensburg Police Department was dispatched to 348 E. Fort St. for a robbery with shots fired. Three victims sustained injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment but not for gunshot wounds. Upon investigation, Sierra was...

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Friday, December 5, 2014

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A large amount of cordless tools and assorted hand tools were found in the area of the 200 block of Roxbury Road. The owner can claim the tools at 60 West Burd Street in Shippensburg with a good description of what was missing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police Department.  

Shippensburg Police received two coin operated game feed dispensers.  They were found in the woods between Schrieber Foods and Farmington Manor.  They are red and gray in color.  One of the machines is missing the coin mechanism.  The second machine was damaged and was empty.  They resemble a common gum ball machine.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361.

Shippensburg Police received a report of theft from a vehicle that  occurred at the said location between 23:00 on Monday, July 27, 2015 and 08:15 on Tuesday, July 28, 2015.  The victim reported that an unknown suspect entered their unlocked vehicle, a 2002 Pontiac coupe and stole a digital camera and assorted loose change.  The camera was described as a Canon Powershot SX40 digital camera.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police Department at 717-

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On July 18, 2015 bike patrol noticed a male walking near 113 Shamar Avenue carrying something in his right hand. I approached the male someone said to him "that is a cop behind you". The male turned around and he was holding a 12 ounce bottle of Corona Light. He was identified as Jacob Knouse, DOB of 1995. Knouse was cited for Under Age Drinking.

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Bike patrol witnessed Matthew Groft, DOB 1994, from Littlestown throwing a Bud Light on to a property in the 100 block of North Queen Street. Groft was cited for scattering rubbish and released.

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On 5/1/15, Shippensburg Police were investigating a fight that occurred in front of the above residence.  Police located a suspect, 20 year old Taylor Charles HENRY hiding on a roof.  He was under age drinking and used his twin brother's name and social security number (only being 1 digit apart).  HENRY forged his brother's signature on a confession and again on a non-traffic citation.  The investigating officer learned of another investigation involving HENRY regarding alleged thefts from multiple Wal-Marts and provided the investigating police agenc

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A Sheetz employee turned in a wallet found some time ago.  Christian MILLER of Orrtanna can claim his wallet at the Shippensburg Police Department.

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Sometime between 0200 - 0220, someone stole a blue and black backpack containing personal documents belonging to Calvyn HOOPER of Walnut Bottom.  HOOPER set it down outside Sheetz while he went inside.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police.

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Sometime between 16:00 on Thursday, January 01, 2015 and 09:00 on Friday, January 02, 2015 an unknown person stole the victim's recycling container.  The container is plastic, blue in color and bears the victim's address.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361, SP-2015-0017.