Incident Blotter

On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at about 2300 hours an unknown person shot at an apartment complex building located in the 300 block of North Fayette Street, Shippensburg Borough. The gunshots were fired from an unknown type passenger vehicle. There were no injuries. Anyone with information is asked...

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On Tuesday, February 11th at 2345hrs Shippensburg Police was called to McDonald's for a subject who attempted to purchase $16 worth of food at the drive-up window with a fake $100 bill. The subject was still waiting for his food when the police arrived. He was ID'd as 23yro Gerald MacWilliams III...

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On December 29, 2019 a metallic green Gary Fisher Aquila mountain bike was found in the 100 block of North Queen Street. The bike is a 26 inch, 24 speed with white tires and a black seat with checkering on it. Anyone with information or the owner can claim their property at Shippensburg Police...
On December 10, 2019 at 8:17pm Shippensburg police were dispatched to Shetron's Tire Service at 143 West Orange Street for a report of an open door. Police arrived and learned the business had been forcibly entered. Money and a vehicle were stolen. The vehicle was a white 2009 Volkswagen Routan...

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18yro Destiny Aponte was charged with Disorderly Conduct for causing a disturbance in the hallway of Episcopal Towers, 201 East Burd St. Shippensburg. Aponte was yelling and screaming in the hallway causing several residents to become alarmed and come out of their apartments in their night clothing.

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Shippensburg Police Department was dispatched to the 1st Block of Lurgan Ave for a disturbance. It was reported Tyler JOHNS pushed the victim and broke the door upon leaving. JOHNS also left behind a small amount of marijuana. JOHNS was charged with small amount of marijuana, criminal mischief and...
UPDATE: Joshua Ingream and the child have been located, the department is no longer looking for them. The Shippensburg Police Department thanks the public for their information on Joshua and the child...
On Monday, September 16, 2019 around 06:00 Shippensburg Police Department was dispatched to the area of Roxbury Rd. and Maple Hill Ave. for a possible domestic dispute and unknown trouble. When officers spoke with the complainant he indicated that he heard a male and female arguing. The female was...
On this date a criminal complaint was filed charging Barry C. Knott of Newburg with a misdemeanor offense of Illegally Operating A Motor Vehicle Not Equipped With Ignition Interlock.

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Shippensburg Police received a found PA ID card issued to Yeico COLON-MONTANEZ. If anyone knows how to reach him, he may pick up his ID card at our station, 60 West Burd Street or call 717-532-7361.

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