BURGLARY DISORDERLY CONDUCT DUI CRASH HARASSMENT HIT AND RUN SHOOTING
DRUMORE TWP.: Someone tried to burn items on a man's property on Big Chestnut Island in the Susquehanna River April 26. State police ask anyone with information to call Trooper Kelly Osborne-Filson at 299-7650. Tipsters also may call Lancaster City/County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-322-1913 or anonymously text LANCS plus your message to 847411 (TIP411).
WEST EARL TWP.: A shotgun, laptop and tractor batteries were taken overnight Wednesday from M.M. Weaver & Son in the 100 block of North Groffdale Road.
MANHEIM TWP.: Eric Beezer, 31, of Oregon Road, Lititz, was cited after he allegedly created a disturbance at Lancashire Hall, 2829 Lititz Pike, on Thursday. He felt nursing home personnel had mowed grass on part of his property, which adjoins the nursing home property.
MARIETTA: Valerie J. Weirich, 28, of 17 W. Market St., Marietta, was charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness on Thursday for allegedly yelling obscenities outside her home and disobeying orders to go indoors.
LEOLA: Aaron Taylor Ford, 31, of Lancaster, was charged Tuesday after he struck the rear of a vehicle and collided with a parked vehicle in the first block of West Main Street.
MANOR TWP.: Richard Gould, 56, of Wrightsville, has been charged after crashing his motorcycle March 29 in the 3400 block of River Road.
LANCASTER: Michael Garcia, 24, of 676 Union St., was cited after he twisted a person's arm and slightly injured the person's neck on Wednesday at home.
LANCASTER: Nathan A. Lewis, 23, of the 600 block of St. Joseph Street, was cited after he allegedly spit on a female during a domestic argument and punched her face in the 500 block of South Queen Street on Tuesday.
NEW HOLLAND: A vehicle in the 200 block of East Jackson Street was damaged Thursday when it was struck by another vehicle, which did not stop. Amount of damage is not known.
LANCASTER: A 17-year-old boy walked into Lancaster General Hospital's emergency room with a gunshot wound to his right hand on Wednesday at about 1 p.m., city police reported. He refused to tell medical staff and police what happened and where.