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A gold colored Apple i-Phone was found behind the American Legion on Thursday November 30, 2017. The i-phone had a green protective case on it. The owner can contact the Shippensburg Police Department to claim the item.
Shippensburg Police were called to 125 North Washington St where an intoxicated person attempted to gain access to a house through a side door. With his gun in hand, the resident confronted, Tanner Solarczy. Solarczyk attempted to get away when the resident chased him. When police arrived, the...

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On 11/12/17 at approximately 02:00 a.m. Shippensburg Police were called to a loud party at 17 E. King St. As a result of the investigation, citations were filed charging the renters George ELLIS and Tylik GUILFORD with Disorderly conduct.
Police are still on the lookout for a stolen Honda dirt bike taken from a residence on 11/12/17 between 8:30 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. on 11/12/17. A passerby believes that the dirt bike may have been operated in the Cabin Lane area a day or two following the initial theft and loaded onto the bed of a...

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On 10/29/17 at 0206 HRS, Eric W. JONES of Shippensburg was operating a SUV east in the 300 block of E. Martin Ave. JONES failed to stop at the posted stop sign at N. Queen St. nearly striking a marked patrol vehicle on patrol. The officer initiated a traffic stop and upon investigation arrested...

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On said date at appraoximately 2030 hours, Manna entered Gabler's Beverage, 29 North Seneca Street, and attempted to purchase beer with a false Maryland driver's license. When the employee became suspicious after looking at the document, he called the police. Police arrived and Manna was still on...
Shippensburg Police were called to Sheetz for a retail theft. Sheetz loss prevention stopped and detained Zackary Dailey just outside the business for failing to pay for a bag of chips. Dailey was taken into custody and transported to Cumberland County Prison.

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Edward Bubnis was arrested for Public Drunkeness when Shippensburg Police were called to his residence for a Domestic. When Budnis was given the opportunity to walk away he persistantly became irate with police and informed them that he wanted to go to jail, or he was going to cause more problems...
On the above date at approximately 2351 hours, Shippensburg Police witnessed Dreeman ripping out cables wires from the side of a residence, while he was standing on the sidewalk near East Burd Street and North Earl Street. He then staggered into the roadway to cross the street. When police made...
Shippensburg Police were called to 419 E King Street for a domestic, upon arrival the the victim stated she was assaulted by her ex boyfriend, Corey Spadafore. The victim stated that she was in her bedroom when Spadafore broke into her house and walked in on her. He assaulted her, broke down her...

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A 2013 Ford Focus, red in color was keyed or scratched sometime between 7:00 PM on Monday June 13 and 8:00 AM on Tuesday June 14. An unknown suspect scratched the victims vehicle on every door, fender, hood and trunk. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361...

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Shippensburg PD was called to the parking lot at Sheetz for a theft that just occurred. The victim was operating a motorcycle and pulled into the fuel lane to pump gas when he removed a back pack and laid it on the ground. He pumped gas and left without picking up the back pack. Shortly thereafter...

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On Monday, May 23, 2016, at 3:09 PM, Shippensburg EMS and Shippensburg Police Department were dispatched to Turkey Hill, 209 West King Street, Shippensburg, for an overdose. The female patient was unresponsive and reported to be turning blue. Officers arrived and found the female patient lying on...
Medical first responders and police responded to a report of an unconcious person at a residence in the 300 block of Farmington Drive. Upon arrival a 32 year old male was in cardiac arrest and CPR was performed. Police administered a dose of Narcan, following by another dose by medical first...
Three times in the late evening hours on 6/7 and twice in the same timeframe on 6/8, someone was setting off aerial fireworks. Residents are calling police to complain. There will be no warnings given to the offender.

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