On Thursday, December 26, 2019 at approximately 1:15 p.m. a black male was dropped off by a taxi cab driver in the area of McDonald's, 300 block of E. King Street. The male exited the taxi and did not say anything, nor did he pay for the cab fare. The subject never returned to pay the fare. The subject is described as a black male with facial hair. He was last seen walking south across E.
On Saturday, November 2nd, 2019, the Shippensburg Police Department received a complaint from a local business, the Raspberry Jam. The business reported their large wooden sign was found laying on the sidewalk upon opening the store for business. Officers investigated and determined an individual intentionally pulled the sign out of the ground.
Vehicle has been found. Wade BESECKER has been charged with Accidents involving damage to unattended property, reckless driving and expired inspection.
On November 7, 2019 at approximately 23:45 HRS, an officer observed a broken planter in front of Henry's Pharmacy, 54 E. King St. Surveillance showed the large ceramic planter valued at $200 was kicked over an hour earlier. The suspect also kicked over a small planter near 68 E. King St.
Shippensburg Police received a report that an unknown suspect defecated in the parking lot of a business located at 92 West King Street this date. The unknown white adult male was operating a Chrysler minivan last observed eastbound on King Street about 05:40 AM. The male entered the parking lot and defecated on the parking lot next to the vehicle. Anyone with i
On Thursday, August 8, 2019, at approximately 10:10 PM, officers from the Shippensburg Police Department were dispatched to an address in the 400 Block of East King Street for a report of robbery. Officers arrived and spoke to victim. The victim walked into his house and found 4 suspects who were not to be inside. The suspects backed the victim into a corne
Shippensburg Police received a found owners manual for a 2006 Ford Five Hundred sedan that was located Friday July 05, 2019 on the 200 block of East Orange Street. The manual contained a (Shippensburg) Walmart receipt for the same day which appeared to be for an engine oil filter and motor oil. The owner may claim the property at the Shippensburg Police Department or call 717-532-73
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