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On this date a white with gold back Iphone 6 was turned in to the Shippensburg Police Department. The phone was found at 32 East King Street. The owner can claim their phone at the Shippensburg Police station.
Shippensburg Police received found property, a blade weed cutter tool. The hand tool has a serrated blade and wooden handle. It was found on the roadway and may have fallen from a vehicle. It may be claimed at the police station or call 717-532-7361.

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On this date a criminal complaint was filed charging 21 year old Robert Jack HINTON of Devon, PA with DUI. An on-duty police officer observed HINTON operating a large gray SUV through the Sheetz parking lot in a careless manner. After he parked, police made contact with him inside the store and...

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On this date a criminal complaint was filed charging 27 year old Donald L. ERB of Lititz, PA with DUI. ERB was observed at Sheetz visibly intoxicated and after he entered the driver seat of a vehicle, the witness informed the police. ERB drove north on North Queen Street and in the 100 block police...

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On 10/1/17 at approximately 0010 HRS, a uniformed police officer was at Sheetz and observed 26 year old Suzanne Leigh VASSOS of Kitty Hawk, NC picking up various items which would then disappear. While VASSOS joined her male friend in line to pay for his items, the officer checked the surveillance...

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Two residents reported loud music coming from a house in the 300 block of Walnut St. Upon arrival, police could hear the music three houses away coming from an open window of a residence rented by Timothy Ray LOVELACE. As a result of LOVELACE's drunken behavior on scene, his first offense warning...
On 9/17/17 at approximately 0020 HRS, 18 year old Laura DENGLER of Etters, PA reported to police that she thinks the driver of a VW in the Sheetz parking lot was DUI. Police made contact with the driver and determined not only was he not DUI, but he hadn't been drinking at all. DENGLER, however,...
On Monday July 31, 2017 at approximately 0051 hours Shippensburg Police responded to 506 Westover Rd for a welfare check, the complainant stated that the son (Dane BARBER) of a elderly terminally ill patient was smoking crack in the house with several others and in the presence of his mother (...
On 8/17/17 at 0001 HRS, Shippensburg Police were investigating a noise complaint to the rear of 341 E. Fort St. Police warned the renter regarding the loud music and group of loud people, which the renter agreed to keep the small gathering under control. Just as the officer was driving away, 21...
On 8/2/17 at approximately 0159 HRS, SPD officers observed a naked male running in the 100 block of W. Orange St. 21 year old Christopher CUMMINGS of N. Penn St. Shippensburg stated he had taken mushrooms and had been drinking alcohol. His behavior fluctuated from calm, almost asleep to wild and...

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Wanted to answer to the charges of Simple Assault, Harassment, & Disorcerly Conduct
Wanted for three (3) counts of felony Access Device Fraud, one (1) count of misdemeanor Access Device Fraud, and Receiving Stolen Property.

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On this date unknown person(s) dropped off a dark purple, girls, 18 speed mountain bike. It is not known where it came from. Anyone with information or is missing this bike should contact Shippensburg Police.
On Sunday August 13, 2017 at 0554hrs, an off duty Shippensburg Police officer who just finished his shift was on his way home when he stopped at Sheetz in Shippensburg. He locked his car but left the windows down slightly. After finishing his business in Sheetz, he returned to his car to find an...

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Two individuals were observed after breaking into an apartment above the Shippensburg ARROOGA's Restaurant while the occupant was incarcerated overnight. A small apartment size refrigerator, fan and food were taken. It is believed at least one of the individuals live within in the building. The...

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On this date while returning a stolen bicycle, another bicycle was turned into police at 500 block of Franklin Heights in the Borough of Shippensburg. The bike looks to be a women's 26", 21 speed Schwinn mountain bike, grey in color. The bike has tape around the grips, hybrid tires and possibly a...

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On this date a maroon men's 21 speed Trek mountain bike was found at 113 Shamar Avenue in the Borough of Shippensburg. It was with another bike that was returned to the owner near the 500 block of Franklin Heights Avenue. Anyone with information or is missing this bike is asked to contact...

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Shippensburg Police received a report of vandalism to a vehicle. The victim reported that unknown person(s) keyed or scratched their vehicle while parked at the said location. The victim reported the crime occurred sometime Monday July 31, 2017 between 03:00 and 11:00. Anyone with information is...

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Shippensburg Police Department received a report of vandalism. The victim reported over about the last week, their property had been defaced with a permanent marker. The unknown suspect(s) wrote on two cable / telephone utility boxes, a street sign and a door in the vicinity with a red and black...

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Shippensburg Police received information of a found dog. An older small brown male dog, unknown breed(s) was found on the 200 block of Academic Way, Shippensburg this date. The dog had a blue collar with bones on it but no tags. A photo of the found dog is attached. The owner may contact...
Shippensburg Police received a report of burglaries that occurred at a rental storage facility on North Morris Street. Sometime over the past week, unknown persons entered as many as ten storage units by cutting the padlocks or handle mechanisms on the doors. A variety of items were stolen from...

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A theft of a bicycle was reported at the 300 block of East Fort Street of a 26 in. black and red colored HYPER Mt. bicycle parked at a side rear door. The bicycle was parked the evening prior at approximately 2200 and found this morning missing. Anyone with information is requested to contact...

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