Avenue preventing after an accident; Custody Swap Threats: Lancaster County Police Log, June 7, 2021 | Police protocol

Columbia Borough Police


COLUMBIA: Sometime between the morning of May 29 and noon on June 1, an unidentified person left scratch marks on the hood and driver’s side of the vehicle in Block 300 of Poplar Street, police said.

Ephrata Police


EPHRATA: Angela Marie Hornberger, 35, of Denver, was charged with retail theft after leaving a Walmart on 890 East Main Street at 1:45 p.m. on June 5 with more than $ 500 in unpaid goods, the company said Police with.

Lititz District Police


LITITZ: Sean Patrick McDevitt, 27, of Pine Hill, New Jersey, was moved to someone else after an altercation at The Wilbur Lititz on 50 North Broad Street, where he refused to move into someone else’s room at 4:45 a.m. on June abandoned, charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness 5, police said. McDevitt later left the room after the person called the police despite declining offers to provide a private room for the remainder of his stay at the hotel and then removed some of his clothes while speaking to officers, police said .


LITITZ: A resident of the 500 block on Golden Street claimed to have heard a single shot near his home at around 10:20 a.m. on June 3, which he believed was a single shot, police said. The officers examined and searched the area, but did not find any damaged items or injured people, police said.


LITITZ: On June 4, around 1:15 p.m., a small pool was stolen from the 400 block of Hummingbird Drive, the police said. The pool had been delivered to the house, but the resident found the pool was not in front of the door when they went to get it, the police said.

Northern Lancaster County Regional Police


WARWICK TWP .: A disagreement over a child custody swap resulted in threats of yelling and shouting for nearby residents on Weidler Lane on June 3 at 11:46 p.m., police said. Initial reports of the disruption indicated that it may have been a weapon as no weapons were confiscated, police said. No one was injured in the incident, which is still under investigation and charges, police said.

PENN TWP .: A group of 10-12 people started fighting on June 5 at 9:59 p.m. on the street on the 6000 block of Bayberry Avenue, police said. The fight began after a motorcycle hit a parked car, police said. Upon arrival, the officers presented a trail of blood that left the scene, the police said. At least one person was being treated for injuries at the scene, while another person was arrested on unspecified charges and transported to chemical tests, police said.


PENN TWP .: A Dead End Road resident bought a $ 500 gift card from a Target at 960 Lititz Pike and gave the card’s security code to an unknown fraudster who claimed his account was open at 3:05 p.m. on May 28th Clock has been compromised, the police said. The resident realized he was involved in a scam when the scammer called him back to do it again, police said.


CLAY TWP .: A kayak tipped over in the Middle Creek Waterfowl Refuge Impoundment near Mill Stone Road and began drifting towards the dam, with the male kayaker getting out of the boat at 10:36 a.m. on June 5 could get in, said the police. The man was able to reach the bank by clinging to another kayaker who was towing him, police said.

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